Check our schedule and opening hours to plan your arrival and departure. Advance reservations are required for boarding services. It is also possible to schedule a procedure during boarding, such as a pedicure, or even tests as recommended by your veterinarian.
We have plenty of blankets and provide food and water bowls. You can also bring your pet's favourite toys and treats to make their stay even more enjoyable! As well, please bring your pet's leash, harness, carrier or any other useful personal items.
We recommend that you bring enough food for your pet to cover the entire boarding period, to avoid unsettling them too much with a change of food. If this is not possible, you can also buy a bag of food from the store on arrival at the kennel. We can also provide some.
Medication and special needs
Don't forget to bring your pet's medication. Ideally, bring their original, well-identified containers. Also, don't hesitate to tell us about your pet's special needs. Contact your veterinarian in advance if you know your pet is experiencing stress, so they can help you reduce your pet's stress!
There are contagion risks in veterinary facilities, and we strive to protect your pet. That's why it's important to protect your pet against certain diseases. Contact us to find out about your pet's vaccination status in anticipation of boarding. Here are the related requirements and recommendations:
The Basic vaccine (DA2PPV) and an up-to-date Kennel Cough vaccine (Bordetella) are required for boarding. If they are not up to date, make an appointment 7 to 14 days before boarding to have your dog vaccinated. Other vaccines are recommended but not mandatory, such as Rabies, Lyme disease and Leptospirosis.
An up-to-date basic vaccination (FVRCP) is required for boarding. If they are not up to date, make an appointment 7 to 14 days before boarding to have your cat vaccinated. Other vaccines are recommended but not mandatory, such as Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Rabies.