Extraordinary Boarding!

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It’s NOT a kennel…it’s DOGTOWN!


NO-KENNEL boarding is for your pets while you travel and you need to leave your dog overnight.  Your dogs will always be in the company of humans and in a social environment–even while sleeping! Pets will never be cooped up in individual kennels or apartments.


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Kennel-free boarding is a unique service that we offer to our clients.  Dogs stay in group rooms with a human, so they never have to feel lonely, and it’s reminiscent of home, complete with furniture, tvs, a person to snuggle with.

Click the “Webcams” button at the top of this website to check out what’s going on at Dogtown right now.

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Enroll

Ready to enroll?  Your dog will require an evaluation (4-12 hours long) before you board your dog for multiple days.  Depending on how your dog does, and depending on your dog’s experience with dog daycare, we may require some additional sessions for acclimation purposes before any lengthy boarding experience.  That’s how we make sure your dog will do well in the group!  Just click the “Enroll Now” button and follow the steps to get enrolled!

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Scheduling Boarding

We prefer that you schedule daycare and boarding online using the schedule services button at the top of this page.  If you do not have a customer login yet, please contact a supervisor or manager at Dogtown.  When scheduling your dog for services, you can input any meals or medicine that your dog will get, as well as give us an idea of about what times you are coming.  Last minute boarding may be accommodated, but please give us a call first or log into your account and schedule a boarding stay.  Dogs who are not yet evaluated will not be able to be boarded in last minute situations.

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Boarding Tips

TIP #1

All you need to bring is your dog and his/her food! We prefer that you portion the meals out into individual baggies with exact amounts. Treats are also allowed! Dogs play a lot, here, and burn a lot of calories, so it’s a good idea to bring extra food and/or treats for a long boarding stay.

TIP #2

Please do not bring blankets or other personal items because they could get messed up by the group of dogs!  We have plenty of blankets here!

TIP #3

You are welcome to bring meals for your pet during daycare based on our routine as follows:  We feed and give dogs medicine on a schedule.  You choose the combination that works for you: breakfast (abt. 5:30AM), lunch (abt. 11:30AM), or dinner (abt. 4:30PM). Unfortunately, we CANNOT give your dog medicine or food and other times that are outside of our routine.  Dogs who are “grazers” will be offered food at all 3 meals.

TIP #4

Sometimes dogs are excited or nervous and it’s not uncommon for dogs to refuse to eat the first day or two while boarding.  This is normal, but please feel free to bring something (such as peanut butter or canned food) that we can add to your dogs food to help him/her eat better (this is optional).  Dogs will eventually adjust and start eating but we will call you if your dog has refused food for an excessive amount of time. We will not add anything to your dog’s food without your permission. If your dog isn’t eating for an concerning long period of time, we will contact you to ask about additives.

 

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