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Vaccinations or Titre Tests (Mandatory)

Proof of vaccinations or Titre test, administered by your Veterinarian, must be provided for all dogs that board with us. Owners are required to show proof annually to ensure all dogs that board with us have sufficient immunity levels.

Bordetella Bronchiseptica Vaccine - Mandatory
(commonly known as kennel cough vaccine)

All dogs must have this vaccine done annually. If a client chooses to have Titres tests done, please note, this vaccine must still be given because Titre tests cannot measure the level of immunity.

Please discuss with your Veterinarian to determine the best option for your pet.

During the peak flea/tick/worm season, your pet must be flea/tick/worm free when boarding with us. Please contact your Vet to discuss the best prevention method for your pet. We reserve the right to refuse services or admittance of any pet that does not meet these requirements

New Clients

Please call and make an appointment to bring their pet for a visit prior to boarding. During the visit, we can take a tour of the facilities and I can answer any questions or discuss any special care that you may have.

Visitor Hours:

Monday to Friday - 10:00 AM to 4 PM
Weekend and Holidays - By Appointment Only

Comforts From Home

We encourage you to bring items from home. When your pet is surrounded by familiar items and scents, it can help to lessen anxieties caused by being "home sick" and help your friend to settle more quickly.

Tips to Help Your Dog Enjoy Their Time With Us:

  • List of activities your pet likes it will help me to plan and make the time we spend together more interactive, and most importantly, more fun!
  • Favourite toys bringing along favourite toys can make playtime more familiar
  • Treats biscuits are provided free of charge (owner permission granted) but you are encouraged to bring your pet's favourite treats
  • Diet please bring along your pet's food. Sudden change in diet can be stressful for your dog's digestive system.

We would also like to hear back from you. Nobody knows your pet better than you. The more we know about your pet, the better we can plan to meet all their needs, taking into account whenever possible, their likes and dislikes.