THE KENNEL

The Kennel
Overnight Boarding

A Day In The Life...

Our overnight guests are boarded in our control kennels, where they eat and sleep. The majority of the day is spent out with other friendly dogs and warm and caring people.

Because dogs are happiest with a routine, our schedule seldom varies more than thirty minutes either way. 

A typical day looks like this:

7 AM     Rise and shine! Outside for potty and playtime.
9 AM     Breakfast and a short nap.
10 AM   Out to the yard for play, play, play!
1 PM     Back inside for nap time for the tired dogs. Just more playtime, or perhaps a snooze in the sun for the rest. 
5 PM     Dinnertime! Yum! Full tummies need another nap.
10 PM   Back outside for another potty and some more play time.
11 PM   Bedtime cookies and then Lights Out!

Vaccination Requirements

On your first visit to Many Paws, you will need to bring written proof from your veterinarian. 
We require Rabies, Distemper-Parvo, and Bordatella.

Rates

$32 per night
2nd dog in same run...$26
3rd dog in same run...$23

No hidden fees!
Visa and Mastercard Accepted

*We charge an additional $1.00/day for providing kennel food


A few important things to remember:
  • We encourage our clients to bring the dog's regular food, if possible. It is stressful enough to be boarding, without adding a food change in as well. We do, however, use a quality chicken based dry kibble. You do not need to provide bowls, we use stainless steel.
  • You may bring a bed or blanket is you wish, or we can provide bedding. It is good for the dog to have something that smells like home, so if you do not wish to bring a bed, please consider bringing an article of clothing, such as an old t-shirt, that has been worn but not washed, especially if this is your dog's first visit to a kennel.
  • We recommend that you do NOT bring your dog's favorite toy, as we cannot guarantee that it will go home in the same condition that it arrived! We don't allow personal toys out in the play yard, but every once in a while one gets by us, and then it is fair game!
  • Don't forget the evidence of vaccinations.
  • We ask that all dogs be on an approved flea treatment such as Frontline, Advantage, Sentinal, etc.  Flea collars do not constitute adequate flea control, { except for Seresto}
  • All dogs must wear a soft collar, nylon or leather, buckle or quick release, with an identification tag.  No slip collars or prong collars beyond the office. If two dogs get tangled during play, a quick release collar makes everything so much easier.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Weekends
8:00 AM - 5:00

*No drop off or pick up on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
*If you arrive late to pick up your dog, you will be charged an additional night's stay.

Reservations Required - Boarding Dogs do not need an evaluation


Download Boarding Contract Here
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