DOG BOARDING IN OUR HOME
In-Home Dog Boarding is a pleasant and affordable alternative to kennels and standard boarding facilities and without the use of cages. We welcome your dog into our home, and care for them as if they were our own. While some dog boarding facilities offer similar amenities to private home boarding, few, if any, can match the amount of one-on-one attention that our personal in home dog boarding service offers.
Schedule a tour of our property for you and your dog. Once we’ve met we will take you inside to meet some or all of the dogs that we have on-site, and to get to know you and your dog. This allows us both to evaluate your dogs comfort level in a cage free environment. At that time, you will be able to see all of the areas where your dogs would eat, sleep, and play.
24 HOUR CARE
While in our home, your pet enjoys constant companionship with us, someone is always home. We limit the dog capacity to 8, the weight limit to 40lbs ensuring a low key and safe enviroment. Dogs are free to roam the house. We allow some of the dogs to sleep in bed with us (with your approval). Outdoors they can bask in the sun and play in our fully secure and fenced yard. Dogs are walked in our neighborhood several times during the day, always on leash and never more than two at a time. We follow your instructions regarding your pet’s feeding, medications and appropriate behavior. To ensure that food does not become the source of defensiveness or negative interaction we feed the dogs separately.
WHAT TO BRING
Typically, all that you need to provide in order for your dog to have a great stay with us is a leash and dog food along with appropriate forms and vet records. For your dogs safety and comfort we ask that you do not bring personal possessions like toys and beds which may become damaged, forgotten, or possibly become the source of defensiveness or possessiveness. Our first priority is alway your dogs comfort and safety. Please check out of boarding policies from below.
- $40 one dog
- $70 two dogs (same household)