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We know leaving your pup isn't easy, so when you choose to leave your pup with us at Camp Happy Tails we take that responsibility seriously. We make it our goal to have pups get comfortable and enjoy their stay with us.

Boarding dog sleeping

We offer indoor, climate controlled boarding for your dog. Our dog boarding offers several options for you to choose from to help ensure your pup is comfortable. Choose between three boarding options: a bungalow, cabin or a bunk. All dogs that stay with us participate in day camp play time. At Camp Happy Tails, we want make sure your dog has a vacation as great as yours! 


Sleepover rates start at $50 per night per dog.

Checkout time is 10 am.

Check out after 10 am is $15.

*Prices Subject to Change
What to Bring:
Food - Please include instructions of how much to feed and how often. Because the pups are playing the majority of the day, you may consider increasing their daily feeding amount a bit. The food should be stored in a zip lock bag or airtight container, labeled with your dog's first and last name. 

Bedding - You may bring your pup's dog bed or blanket. We just ask that it is washable.

Treats - Treats are allowed. We usually hand them out at feeding time. No raw hides are allowed because they can be a choking hazard.
Medications and Supplements:

Camp Happy Tails' Counselors will give your dog medication and supplements according to your detailed instructions. We must know the name of the medication and the reason they are taking the medication.
1. Dogs must be social with other dogs.

2. Dogs must be 3 months or older.

3. All dogs must be on flea and tick preventative.

4. All dogs visiting Camp Happy Tails must be current on age appropriate vaccinations: DAP (Distemper/Parvo Combo), Rabies and Bordetella (Kennel Cough) vaccines. If this is the first time your dog is receiving one of these vaccines or if your dog was more than 30 days overdue for this vaccine at the time it was given, you must wait one week before bringing your dog to Camp Happy Tails. This will allow his immune system the time needed to respond to the vaccination. Proof is required from your veterinary clinic. Thank you! 

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