Frequently asked questions
What is Kennel Cough?
Kennel Cough is an upper respiratory infection. Although it is not fatal, it does produce a dry, hacking cough, sometimes followed by vomiting, gagging as the dog tries to clear its throat. Your dog can get this at the dog park, daycare, a casual encounter while walking around the neighborhood and even at the veterinarian’s office. All dogs are susceptiable, but at Dogtown we try to minimize the possibility. It is important to know that even if your dog has the bordatella vaccine, it is still possible for your pet to contract kennel cough.
What do I need to do before my dog can come to daycare/boarding?
Just follow these simple steps!
Register on our "Register" tab
Call and make an appointment for a 2 hour evaluation ($20.00)
Bring a printed copy of your up-dated shot records to the evaluation appointment
Show up to your evaluation, call if you cannot make it!
What do I need to bring if my dog is boarding?
You will need to bring:
What are the age requirements to attend daycare?
Dogs need to meet one of these conditions to attend daycare:
What does my dog do all day?
Play! At Dogtown we try to expend your dogs energy through a unique stimulating social experience. The only time your dog will be put up into a kennel is if your dog is eating or if they are playing too rough and need a timeout.
Do you allow pit bulls?
Yes, of course. We do not discriminate against any dog breeds. However, we will not tolerate aggressive behavior. We define aggressive behavior as “the desire or intent to do physical damage to another dog or a human.”
What are the vaccinations requirements to attend daycare?
When are the temperament evaluation times?
We do temperament evaluations weekdays 8:30, 10:30, 12:30 and weekends 10:30, 12:30 and 2:30.