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Boarding

The Best for Our Guest

Our dedicated staff works hard to make sure your pet feels comfortable and relaxed. Whether it’s their first Boarding experience, or they are seasoned regulars, their well-being is central to everything we do. Here is the Checklist of what you need for your furry family member to be prepared for his or her stay with Pawtopia Pet Resort & Club. You can never be too prepared! Please read our detailed boarding checklist so your four-legged family member can have a seamless stress-free stay with us.

 

VACCINATIONS WE REQUIRE TO BOARD YOUR DOG: 

Rabies, DHPP or DAPP (Distemper, Hepatitis/Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza)

We also require Bordetella (Kennel Cough) and this is a yearly vaccination. 

 

Your Pet Boarding Checklist

  • Pet vaccine certificates

  • Pet medication with detailed instructions on dosing frequency 

  • Pet food if you are supplying your own 

  • Pet treats

  • Toys

  • Blankets

  • Pillows

  • Emergency contacts

  • Bringing Your Own Pet Food (Raw Food and/or Homecooked Diets are Welcomed)

Please label your dog’s food with your dog’s name, your last name and clear feeding instructions. We also ask that you please let our office staff know what food you feed your dog, that way if the food runs out, we can buy extra food of the same brand to prevent an upset stomach. The extra food is at the cost of the owners and will be added to the bill. If you have more than one dog staying in the same room, as precautionary measures we ask that you supply extra food for each dog staying in the same suite. If your dog is signed up for the activity or exercise plan, please supply a minimum of ½ cup of extra food per meal per day for your dog. At Pawtopia Pet Resort, our guests receive a lot of exercise and tend to be more active and playful when they are around other dogs; we ask that you bring extra food to prevent weight loss. If your dog is not signed up for the activity and/or exercise plan, we still recommend that you supply extra food. From animals flipping over food trays to soaking their food with water dishes, accidents do happen and extra food always comes in handy. For those who feed raw food or homecooked meals diets, we have a refrigerator and a freezer on our property. We ask that you supply an extra cup of food daily and clearly label the food bags or containers.

Administering Medication, Vitamins and Supplements to Your Pet

For all types of medication, vitamins or supplements we ask that you provide detailed dosing instructions, detailed notes on dose frequency, the name of the medication, the vet clinic that prescribed the medication and the reason why your dog needs the medication. If Your Dog Needs Medication, Vitamins or Supplements, Please bring extra medication in case something is damaged or soiled, with contents in original packaging; Label all packaging with dosages, frequency and medication name; Provide dosage instructions; Mark all syringes.

At Pawtopia Pet Resort, we can administer all medication (including insulin injections), vitamins and supplements to dogs. Our fees for medication administration are as follows:

  • $1.50 per dose

  • $15.00 per dose after hours 

  • $3.00 per insulin dose

  • $15.00 per insulin dose after hours

Please keep in mind:

*Our resort and staff assume no responsibility for any health issues, illnesses or fatality when medicating your pet(s). We only medicate your pet upon your request. If you have any questions on our how we administer medication, vitamins and supplements, give us a call. We are happy to answer any of your questions.

**When bringing personal belongings, we ask that you clearly label the toy, treats, food or medication with your pet’s name. Also, you are welcome to bring any sort of bedding or pillows for your pets at your own discretion, but please note that there is a possibility for them to be destroyed.

***We do not require tick and flea prevention, but we do STRONGLY recommend it as Pawtopia Pet Resort is located in a rural area that is very wooded. It is not uncommon for ticks and fleas to be on/around our walking path, and there is no way that we are able to keep them away, but we can prevent spreading if all dogs have prevention.