North Carolina State Law requires all dogs over 16 weeks old be current on Rabies Vaccinations. We require every pet in our facility to be current on their Rabies vaccine. We do however recommend your pet be up to date on DHLPP and Bordetella vaccines. We do ask that you bring a copy of your vaccination records upon your first visit with us. If you do not have access to these records we will be more than happy to contact your veterinarian for verification.
What should I bring?
Enough food for their stay. Changing your pups food abruptly can cause some tummy troubles, because of this we ask that you bring enough food for their entire visit. Some owners like to bring a little extra just incase your plans happen to change. If your pet is not eating well we may contact you and offer alternative options for their visit.
Blankets/ Beds. We provide comfortable beds and plenty of blankets for your pets visit. If your pet has a special blanket, or toy you would like to leave with them you are welcome to. Sometimes items may get lost or damaged in the laundry, we are not to be held responsible for damaged or lost items.
Medication: We are happy to administer medication while your pet is visiting with us. All medications must be in their original container. We do ask that you provide us detailed instructions on how the medication should be administered.
Required Vaccinations for Boarding/ Daycare
We want all of the pets in our care to be safe and healthy. We do require that all dogs be current on Rabies, DHPP, and Bordatella. We ask that provide copies of your pets vaccination records prior to your scheduled visit. If you do not have access to your records we are more than happy to contact your veterinarian for date verification.
Does my dog need to be spayed/ neutered?
For dogs to be interactive with each other in the day care setting they must be spayed or neutered. If your dog is not altered they can still stay but will not be allowed to interact with other dogs.