All dogs must stay up to date on their vaccines and provide us with a copy as needed. Listed below are the vaccines we require:
- Bordetella: Should be done every 6 months to a year.
- Rabies and Distemper/Parvo: Should be every 1-3 years
- Flea and tick regimen are highly advised
All dogs going into group play should be spayed or neutered by 1 year and have completed the Meet & Greet evaluation. If we have not seen your dog in over 6 months another Meet & Greet may be required.
Owners understand that in supervised off-leash socialization and interaction dogs do play with their paws and mouths. Although we make every effort for this not to happen, a scratch or a puncture can happen. Owners assume all risks and vet visits.
Please be advised that coughs and colds can be picked up anywhere: at a play date with neighboring dogs, a walk on the greenbelt, or a visit to the dog park and dog daycare. If your dog is exhibiting any symptoms of a cold, such as goopy eyes, snotty nose, coughing or a slight hack as if something is in his/her throat, or has diarrhea, please keep them at home. Just like kids at school, it can be passed around and we want to keep a clean healthy environment for all the dogs that come to play. Although we make every effort to remove any dogs with questionable symptoms, your dog could catch a cold even if vaccinated and you assume all risks associated with group play.
While we make every effort to trim nails or give baths at your request, the safety of our team is a priority. Some dogs become anxious and overly agitated during nail trims and/or baths, and we will not be able to perform these services if we feel that the dog’s health or a team member’s safety will be jeopardized.
We are able to give your dog medications during his/her stay at no charge, unless it’s difficult then a small fee per day will be added to their stay. Providing pill pockets, cheese or any other fun item is extremely helpful.