Canine Retreat vaccine requirements Pet
Canine Retreat dog boarding goes above and beyond to ensure your pup enjoys the best possible night stay when you have to be away. Yes, dogs quickly start to understand what it means when you’re packing your luggage, but they also quickly start to understand how fun it is to stay at our facility! When boarding at Canine Retreat, dogs get to play all day and then curl up with all their best friends for a night of restful sleep.
If you don’t put your dog in a cage when you go to sleep at home, why would you do that when you go away? At Canine Retreat, we believe the dogs tell you how they feel and it’s clear the dogs are telling their owners they can’t get enough of our dog daycare and dog boarding areas by the way they sprint in through the front door!
Separation anxiety? Forget about it! Come visit our affordable, yet state-of-the-art dog boarding facility and see for yourself all the steps we’ve taken to ensure a fun and restful boarding experience and what all the rave reviews are about!
Dog boarding guests must go through the same easy steps as our dog daycare guests to register. This means we require a completed registration form, vaccination history (including current Bordetella) and a successful social evaluation (at least 4 hours). This helps ensure a cohesive boarding dynamic with low anxiety levels.
Feeding is included, but we require you drop off an adequate supply of your dogs food (a small fee will be charged for feeding ‘house’ food). Dogs must be dropped off by 2:00pm on the first day of their stay (they can arrive as early as opening time) to ensure they have had enough time to burn off their energy so they can fully relax at night. Dogs that don’t fully relax will be moved to an individual suite. Your dog’s health, enjoyment and emotional well-being are our top priorities.