For everyone's health and safety, 

the K-9 influenza vaccine is now required for boarding  


Boarding: One of the perks of the dogs attending the socials and hikes is the familiarity they already have with our surroundings and the routine when it comes time for boarding. We want all our dogs to be stress-free when they stay and to feel like our home is their second home. That is very important to us and something we strive to achieve.  

Our location has a large secure backyard with wall to wall grass (not turf), and a large covered patio offering plenty of shade. All the dogs are supervised while outside and are welcome inside if they prefer. If you'd like, we will gladly text you photos and videos so you can see a view prior to your visit.


For new dogs, an assessment is conducted on our premises to determine whether your dog and our set-up is a good fit. We prefer scheduli​ng on a Saturday or Sunday when possible. The assessment usually runs around 30-60 minutes (sometimes longer) and provides an opportunity for your dog to familiarize itself to us and our surroundings, and to answer any questions you may have.


We prefer all dogs 7 months or older be neutered and spayed.

TV Time: This is when the dogs settle down for the evening after a long day at Camp. Falling asleep in the living room until 10-11PM, they get one last potty break before going to bed for the night. During the night they all sleep in the same room but in individual areas so everyone gets adequate sleep. Our days at Camp are packed full of fun so we make sure everyone gets enough rest. 😴