BOARDING

BOARDING FEES: 
$28.00 per dog per night. 
Family Discount - additional dogs receive a 10% discount.


Can I make online reservations?
YES! Please follow the link below to set up your customer portal. Once you have created your account, you will be able to upload all of your vaccine records and a cute photo of your pup, sign all of our paperwork ahead of time, and request reservations for boarding or bathing services.

RESERVATIONS: https://petvacations.gingrapp.com/front_end/login/email


COVERED Indoor/Outdoor runs 
4 feet wide by 16 feet long total. 4X6 inside, 4x10 outside

Swamp cooled and heated


What to bring/not bring

YES! 
Please bring these items:
  • Vaccine records-Rabies, DA2PP, Canine Influenza or upload them through our customer portal https://petvacations.gingrapp.com/front_end/login/email
  • Medications with written instructions
  • Food-Please bring your food in a plastic container with a lid (Not a zip-lock bag)
  • Bed/Crate-We suggest you make it an old one just in case your dog decides to play with it while they are here. Dogs sometimes do naughty things here that they don't do at home! Please label it if you can. 
  • Toys-Please label these too if possible.
NO!
Please do not bring these items:
  • Zip lock bags of food
  • Food Bowls
  • Priceless/irreplaceable items

How Pet Owners can reduce stress for their holidaying pets:

Allow plenty of time to deliver your pet to the kennel so you are not in a last minute panic and pushed for time. Otherwise, your stress will be communicated to your pet and it is better if he leaves you when you are relaxed and happy.


  1. Take a written or typed list of your pet's ailments, medications, food intake and other special requirements. Or you can upload the information once you have created your account in our customer portalhttps://petvacations.gingrapp.com/front_end/login/email
  2. Be sure your pets are up to date on all vaccinations. Last minute vet trips can only add stress to your pet.
  3. Take a few extra days supply of your pet's normal food, together with your pet's own bedding(unwashed), favorite toy, chews and treats.
  4. Take something that smells like home. This will help them settle in.
  5. When you leave, try to be happy and matter of fact, rather than consoling, so your dog knows there is nothing to worry about.
  6. A young dog may benefit from a few days in a kennel every so often early in life so they get used to the experience and find it easier to cope with a longer stay.