dog boarding

Going on vacation? Drop your dog off at VIP for a fun vacation of their own! At VIP, each canine guest gets their own private and comfortable suite to spend the night in and you can choose from a variety of “Boarding Packages” to enrich their stay!

To ensure each guest’s safety and comfortability, they must pass our Evaluation process and follow VIP’s policies.

how to prepare

Vaccinations: All dogs must be in good health and current on all vaccinations.

    • Rabies, Canine Distemper, and Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
    • Negative Fecal Test (Required Yearly)
    • Influenza (Recommended)
    • Yearly heartworm and flea/tick preventative (Recommended)

Food & Bowls: We provide standard metal food and water bowls, but if your dog uses a specialized bowl, please bring that with. We suggest you bring your dog’s regular food from home and pack enough for their entire stay. However, we can provide food for $5/meal.

Feeding: Dogs who are boarding in the same run must be able to eat together. If they are not or you request them to be fed separately, a charge of $3/meal will be added to your invoice.

If a client’s dog requires extensive meal preparation while staying at VIP, there will be an additional charge of $5/meal.

Bed/Blanket: We provide a raised and blanket for each guest, so please do not bring your own.

Toys:  We ask that you do not bring any bones, rawhides, chews, or toys that are easily destructible.

A La Carte: We offer a variety of a la carte options to enrich your dog’s boarding stay. A la carte items will only be performed on arrival days if your dog is checked in before 12:00pm. A la carte items will not be performed on departure days.

Medication: Bring any necessary medication for the entire duration of your dog’s stay. Please bring in original prescription bottle/package if possible. Medication is priced per day; difficult to medicate dogs may be charged an additional fee.

    • Ora/Topical: $5