Boarding FAQs

Nothing is more important to us than the safety, health, and happiness of your dog. Everything we do at Pawsense revolves around the well-being of our PawCrew and we do everything possible to ensure your confidence in our premier dog care services. Below you’ll find detailed answers to our most frequently asked questions regarding our dog daycare services.

What do the dogs do all day?

All our dogs get the chance to play in spacious play yards, where they can socialize and romp around with other dogs. We DO NOT separate our enrollees by activity level, temperament, and size.

Do you provide outdoor play areas?

Nearly all of our locations have both indoor and outdoor play areas.

Do you walk the dogs while they’re at Pawsense?

No, because your furry family member will be playing all day, a walk will be the last thing on their mind. Pawsense ensures all our pups get the daily exercise they need in our spacious play areas.

Can you administer my dog's medications? Is there a charge?

We are happy to administer your dog’s medication, free of charge, including injectable medications. For the safety of your pet, we ask that the medication must be in its original bottle with a current prescription.

Does someone stay with the dogs overnight?

Yes. Pawsense is 24/7 monitored for temperature control, fire, and security alarms. Getting a good night’s rest after a busy day of play is critical for the health and well-being of your pet.

What do you supply for overnight boarding?

We will provide the lodging, toys, a calming treat, and soothing music for your pup. We request that you bring their food and any bedding, blanket,  or comfort item to make their stay more like home.

How can I check on my pet during their stay?

During their stay at Pawsense, we will send out report cards during the week and we also have an Instagram page where we post a lot of photos and videos.

What do you do in case of illness or injury?

All Pawsense Staff are certified in pet CPR and first aid. You can trust us to take excellent care of your dog at all times. In the event of an injury or illness, we will quickly assess the situation to determine the best plan of action to take. If this ever occurs, you will be contacted immediately.

Can any dog come in for dog daycare or boarding?

In order to maintain our incredibly high standards and satisfaction ratings, your pup must be:

  • Able to pass the Meet-and-Greet and trial day

  • Wearing a quick-release collar

  • Free of open wounds or stitches of any kind

  • Free of ticks and fleas

  • In good overall health

  • At least four months old

  • Current on Rabies, Distemper, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Bordetella vaccines

  • Oral Bordetella accepted if given within the last six months. Injectable or intra-nasal accepted if given within the last twelve months

2021 Holiday Schedule

Friday, January 1 (CLOSED for check-in/out) 

Monday, January 18 

Wednesday, January 20 

Monday, February 15 

Monday, May 31 (weekend)

Monday, July 5 

Monday, September 6 

Monday, October 11 

Thursday, November 11 

Thursday, November 25 (CLOSED for check-in/out) 

Friday, December 24 (CLOSED for check-in/out) 

 

Unless specified, the Holiday rate applies to all boardings OVER the holiday.