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Checklist for Your Pet's Overnight Stay
Make sure your reservation is complete:
Make online reservation through our website.
Sign waiver of risk and release of liability.*
**Waiver is available through our website or you can fill one out when you check-in at our facility.
Things your pet will need for their stay:
Vaccination records (must be up to date)
Food – Write Dog's name and feeding instructions clearly on food bag / container. (Pack a little more than necessary in case your dog unexpectedly needs to stay longer than anticipated).
Bed or blanket for your dog to sleep on.
Collar and leash.
Collar, leash, and vaccines are the only things necessary for a Daycare stay.
Vaccination records are required before the check-in date or daycare stay to verify that everything is correct and up to date. If you are a new client and book online, vaccination records need to be entered into the online profile as well as sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Facts about Bordetella
* Bordetella, otherwise known as Kennel Cough, is an airborne upper respiratory infection similar to the common cold in humans. There are numerous strains of this disease and due to its airborne qualities, even the most current vaccination does not 100% protect your pet against them all.
Our strict sanitization policy includes daily disinfection of our Daycare areas, playground equipment, and toys with non-toxic and chemical-free disinfectants proven to kill Bordetella.
After each use, our staff washes all blankets and bedding, and kennels are disinfected.
If bordetella is going around in Nelson (like cold season) we will put notices up so you can decide whether or not you want to keep your dog(s) home during that time.
* Puppies may be boarded or participate in daycare following their second Distemper/Parvo vaccination and their Rabies vaccination.