Dogs: DHLPP, Rabies,Bordetella & flea free. H3N2 Canine Influenza is recommended, but not required.
Cats: FVRCP, FELV (if indoor cat, must bring letter from vet stating FELV is not necessary) and Rabies
Please call to schedule your dog’s first day with us. Evaluations for daycare should arrive no later than 9:00am on their first day and must plan on staying a minimum of 4 hours, but as long as possible is preferred.
For pups 6 months and older, need to be spayed or neutered before able to do a daycare evaluation/play in daycare
No. Once your dog has passed the evaluation, an appointment is not necessary for daycare. We are open Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm. Sunday daycare 10:00am – 6:00pm.
Yes. Suggested tour times are Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 5:00 pm.
Yes. For the health of our resort guests, we have changed our policy on providing food. The Pet Spot (TPS) strongly recommends all customers bring their own food from home to keep their pet’s diet consistent. TPS management made this new policy because a change in diet may cause digestive difficulties, upset stomach and allergic reactions. We do recommend splitting each individual meal by portion in separate zip lock bags.
Yes, you may bring your dog’s bed or blanket for boarding as long as it is machine washable.
Your dog will go outside 3 times a day: morning, noon, and night. We have options for additional relief breaks and playtimes as well.
We administer any oral or topical medications according to your veterinarian's instructions. We do not do injections.
Yes, we will feed your dogs separately according to your instructions
If veterinary attention is required we will use one of our partnering veterinary offices. This will be determined at our discretion based on the seriousness of the issue, proximity of your veterinarian, and appointment availability. The Pet Spot does not have a veterinarian on staff.