What To Bring for your Pet’s Vacation
Now that you have a reservation for your pet’s vacation, it’s time to pack! The following “packing list”, will help ensure you don’t forget anything important.
Vaccination Records – Be sure your pet’s vaccinations are up-to-date. Your vet can provide you with a copy of your pet’s record, which you can give us at check-in. (Or, have your vet’s office fax it to us in advance!)
Special Food – If your pet is on a special diet, we will be happy to prepare his regular food. Be sure to pack enough individual servings for your entire visit – plus a little extra. Let us know if you have special instructions, such as heating the food before serving.
Medication – If your pet needs medication, bring that along as well, with written instructions for administration. We can administer oral medications for you, but we do not administer any injectable medications, so please plan your schedule of visits so you can handle those yourself.
Collar and leash – Please be sure your pet is wearing a collar and leash, or is in a carrier when you arrive. You will need these at arrival and departure.
Toys – You may bring up to two toys from home, or you can purchase them in the lobby. Please be aware that toys can get lost; make sure items are clearly marked or we are happy to mark them at check in.
Treats – You may bring treats from home or you can purchase special treats, like doggy ice cream from us. If you bring treats, be sure the container is clearly marked with your name and feeding instructions
What NOT To Bring
Bedding -- We provide comfortable bedding for every suite; please do not bring beds or blankets.
Bowls -- We have hygienic stainless steel food and water bowls in several sizes and provide them for every pet. Bowls are cleaned in our restaurant-grade dishwasher daily. Please do not bring bowls from home — they can get lost or broken.
Other questions? Please call one of our customer service representatives at 877-493-9738 with any questions or concerns about your pet’s stay.