require written proof from your veterinarian for the following Vaccines:
Along with a copy of the Rabies Certificate.
(it is a state requirement
that we have a copy for your pet to be boarded)
Cats are not required to be vaccinated
for feline leukemia, but it is recommended
We accept either the 3 year DHLPP
vaccine, or the annual DHLPP vaccine.
Whichever your vet reccommends.
The Bordetella (Canine Cough) vaccine is not given unless you specifically
request it. Please check with your
vet to make sure your dog has had it.
It is usually given as a nasal
spray, and needs to be given at least 3 days before your dog comes to be
boarded. Ideally a week or two is best.
an annual vaccine, so only needs to be given once a year.
Please do not get the
vaccines the day your pet is scheduled to come to the kennel -
we will not accept
your pet for boarding
if it is
We strongly recommend your pet be treated with Frontline or Advantage flea
control before coming to the kennel.
(Or the new gray flea and tick collars)
Other flea treatments, such as a generic flea collar or other generic topical treatments are not
as effective for flea control and may not take care of the flea infestation on
your pet for more than a week, or if they get wet.
collars can also cause an allergic reaction to some members of our staff and
will not be permitted to be worn while your pet is here. We've also seen
pets with hair loss around their necks due to a reaction to the flea collar.
If your pet arrives with a flea infestation, it
will be treated with Frontline at the owner's expense.