What to Bring
The Department of Agriculture requires that personal food to be in a sealed container.
We are happy to feed breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We can also accommodate different feeding times based on your pet's personal needs. Please let our office staff know how we can better cater to your pet.
We offer Purina EN, a gastro sensitive food, at no additional charge. We also offer limited ingredient, high protein, grain free Natural Balance in both chicken and fish flavors to accommodate allergies. Please let our office staff know if your pet has any allergies or food preferences. We want all our furry friends to be well fed (and spoiled).
Bedding, Toys, & Treats
You are welcome to bring any of these to help make your fur-babies' time with us feel more like home. We often suggest bringing something that smells like home, such as a t-shirt, pillow case, or towel to help our furry friends her feel more comfortable. We advise caution with bringing any special items that may get lost or damaged during their stay. Dogs may decide to chew up things because they miss you so much. We have bedding and toys of our own that we are more than happy to provide to all of our guests.
Please let us spoil your fur babies rotten while you are away. We offer extra services such as Meadow Walks, Yappy Hours, Pupsicles, baths, nail trims, bully sticks, dental treats. Talk to our office staff and we can schedule any extra services to make sure your pet gets the most out of their stay.
We can also try and make your dog or cat famous. If you would like to see pictures of your pet on Instagram and Facebook, just let us know and we will get the best pictures possible (photo quality may vary from a frame worthy photo to a happy fluffy blur racing by).
Proof of Vaccination
CIV (Must include both H3N8 and H3N2)
Bordetella (we require every 6 months)
FVRCP (feline distemper)