All boarding and daycare dogs require a negative fecal test prior to boarding or entering daycare.
For the protection of your pet, proof of the following vaccinations administered in a veterinary facility in the last 12 months are required prior to admittance for boarding and day care. If your pet is past due for vaccinations, we can update them during your pet’s stay. Vaccination records may be faxed to 316-218-1317, presented at check-in, or we will be happy to call your veterinary facility provided they will release the information to us.
- Adult Cats: Feline Distemper (FVRCP) and Rabies (male cats must be neutered to board)
- Kittens: Must be at least 12 weeks old, and had two sets of Feline Distemper, the last set given at least 1 week prior to admittance
- Adult Dogs: Distemper, Parvo (DHPP), Rabies and Bordetella (kennel cough)
- Puppies: Must be at least 12 weeks old, and had two sets of Distemper, Parvo, and Bordetella vaccinations. The last must have been given at least 1 week prior to admittance.
Additional Requirements for Doggy Daycare
Since dogs in daycare have full contact with other dogs, puppies must be at least 16 weeks old and had two sets of Distemper, Parvo, and Bordetella vaccinations given at least 2 weeks prior to admittance. Adult dog requirements are the same as for boarding.
A Note About Boarding Your Pet
Please be aware that your pet’s diet (unless own food is provided) and activity level may vary while away from home. They may experience anxiety, be very vocal, or the temperature and humidity may be different from your home. On rare occasions, this can create sore throats, increased water consumption, diarrhea or fatigue. We seek to prevent such problems, but you should be aware that these situations can develop. If treatment and/or medication is needed for reasons that are not directly under our control, appropriate fees will be charged.