Daycare and Boarding Information
The purpose of The Doggy Depot is to provide a safe, fun and stimulating social environment for dogs. Experienced staff will be interacting and encouraging safe, appropriate interaction and play. Crates are available to provide a quiet rest time for all pets needing a break. Most dogs do well in this environment learning safe play, basic obedience and good doggy manners using positive motivation. The Doggy Depot staff will give owners a report of their pets at the end of their fun day. To ensure the safety and health of your pet and our other guests, we require all guests to comply with the following rules and regulations.
Health: All dogs must be in good health. Owners will certify their dog(s) are in good health and have not been ill with a communicable condition. Upon admission, all dogs must be free from any condition which could potentially jeopardize other guests. Dogs that have been ill with a communicable condition in the last 30 days will require veterinarian certification of health to be admitted or readmitted. Any dogs with coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge or eye discharge will need to be symptom free for 3 days before returning to daycare and boarding.
A waiting period of 2 days is required after a Bordatella vaccine is given, before the dog(s) can attend daycare or boards overnight.
Boarding Fees: Daycare rate of $19.00 plus an additional $9.00 per night. Each additional dog is $14.00 which includes daycare access plus $9.00 for over night. If your dogs are from the same family and can share the same kennel then the family share-plan rate is $41.00 per day for two dogs, each additional dog would be $14 to share the same kennel. If you drop off after 4p it is a $10.00 fee per dog.
- Dog Collars: All daycare dogs and boarding dogs must have an "ID" tag on their collar. We also require all dogs to have a Break- Away collar. This is for the safety of all dogs. We do sell these collars here at Doggy Depot. All daycare dogs and boarding dogs must have an "ID" tag on their collar. Boarding dogs will need to bring their own food.