top of page
Boarding guide header

Help your furry friend have a pawsome vacation.

Boarding Guide

Follow the preparedness guide below so we can make sure your dog (or cat) stays healthy and happy. Help us let your pup have a great stay at the resort!



Pet icon

Regular Play

Special Play





Dogs that are sprayed/neutered, and play well within a group.

For puppies, intact dogs (not sprayed or neutered), those requiring medical attention or private play.

Pick Up &
Drop Off Time

Monday through Sunday

8:00 - 10:00 a.m.

4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

8:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Pet guide icon

Forms & Vaccines


1. We will need the Release and Cancellation forms on file before boarding your pet. Per Michigan law, we will need to see a current rabies record. For dogs under six months, we require a negative fecal test result to rule out Coccidia and Giardia and intestinal parasites.

 2. DO NOT get a Bordatella vaccine within 7 days of drop-off. Your dog may be contagious during that time. We do not require your dog to have the Bordatella vaccine.

3. Make sure your dog is up-to-date on flea

& tick prevention year round. Please let us know what brand/product you are using. We welcome holistic prevention methods, but please do not use unapproved old-style flea collars or Frontline flea/tick preventatives (the ingredient Fipronil is no longer effective).


4. We accept vet exceptions for the Rabies vaccine, and we also accept titers. 

Food icon



We have two feeding times per day at 7:15 AM and 6:00 PM. Let us know if you would like a lunchtime feeding as well.

Please package each meal into an individual baggie or container so that any staff member can quickly and correctly feed all of the hungry pups after a long day of playing.

If your dog is a free feeder, provide one large bag/container that we can place in their kennel overnight. Do not send more than you think he/she will eat during their stay as we have limited storage space.


If you want your bags/containers returned to you, please let us know and label them accordingly. We will make every effort to ensure they are returned!

Keep in mind the dogs are more active at the resort and may require a bit more food than usual! However, many dogs do not like changes in their routine and may eat less when staying away from home. Don't be alarmed, this is normal!

Meds icon


Owners are responsible for providing Pill Pockets, or a similar brand, for all medications. This is the safest, and most sanitary way for us to ensure dogs get their pills on time. We do not allow cheese, peanut butter, or others.


Pill Pockets, or a similar brand, can be purchased at any pet store or pet section at the grocery store.

Toy icon

Personal Belongings


Please only bring the necessities. Towels, blankets, and clothing are okay!

We supply beds, bowls, blankets, cots, pads, etc. so there is no chance that a naughty neighbor will accidentally ruin your dog's things.



Bring These

  • Meds, with Pill Pockets or similar brand (if needed)

  • Blanket

  • Towel

  • Clothing Item

We are not responsible for any lost or damaged items


Leave These at Home

  • Bowls

  • Beds

  • Rawhides

  • Pig ears

  • Squeaky toys

  • Any toys or chews that could be a choking hazard

Holistic Care Icon

Holistic Care

Holistic care

It's important to us to care for your pet as a whole, making sure they are happy and healthy both physically and mentally. We take a holistic approach to wellness with plenty of exercise, and lots of attention based on your pet's individual needs.


Interested in holistic care?

We love raw feeding and holistic flea/tick prevention and have resources if you would like to know more.

bottom of page