For the dogs - We offer boarding to meet all needs, From smaller basic accommodations to larger Deluxe Suites.

For the kitties - We offer Kitty Condo's up to a huge Kitty Castle

Do you have a bird, bunny, reptile or even a micro pig? We board them also! Give us a call, we will happily discuss your pet's boarding needs!

Doggy Daycare

We offer daycare Monday - Friday from 6:30 am - 6:00 pm.

  • *Immunizations- We do require the following vaccinations for boarding & daycare:
  • Dogs - Rabies, Parvo/ Distemper, Bordatella, and Canine Influenza
  • Cats - Rabies, Feline Distemper, (And Feline Leukemia for cats using the play area)


We have an experienced certified groomer on staff to make your pet beautiful! Appointments are required and book up quickly.

Bath package - includes a nail trim, ear cleaning, brush and bath

Full Grooming package - includes the Bath package plus anal expression and haircut.

*Immunizations- We do require proof of the following vaccinations for grooming:

  • Dogs - Rabies, Parvo/ Distemper & Bordatella
  • Cats - Rabies, Feline Distemper

Veterinary Services- Are available during your pet's stay. From routine vaccinations to dental care, check-ups, and surgery.

Enhanced Services

We have a few policies in place with the interest of you and your pets health and happiness in mind. Some of these do involve a minimal fee.

Pet Warranty - Any pets between the ages of 1 year and 10 years will be covered by our Pet Warranty. This is similar to a pet health insurance. This helps defray the cost, up to $300 should you pet get sick or injured while here and up to three days after going home. *Restrictions do apply

Clean-Up - If your dog is here 3 nights or less, we will thoroughly brush him/her down and clean his/her tummy and paws. $10 (Required)

Bath - Our bath includes a thorough brush, bath, nail trim, and ear cleaning. Cost is dependent upon size of pet and coat condition. A bath is required if your pet is here 4 nights or longer. If you pet is here for an extended stay (10 or more nights) the bath will be complimentary.

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