To be accepted into our Day Camp program, each Day Camp guest must meet the following requirements:
1. Be Friendly.
Day Camp is a cage-free service designed for social dogs to play and have fun. Safety is our primary goal, therefore, Day Camp is not for every dog. It is not a place for aggressive dogs to learn how to be social. Each camper must enjoy being around other dogs and humans.
2. Be of Age.
Each camper must be at least 12 weeks of age and have completed their first two series of vaccinations, including the Bordetella vaccine and a fecal exam.
3. Be Properly Vaccinated.
4. Be Spayed or Neutered.
Rabies: Current in the last year for puppies; last 3 years for adults.
Bordetella*: Current in the last 6 months.
DHPP: Current in the last year for puppies; last 3 years for adults.
Lepto: Highly recommended, but not required.
CIV: Highly recommended, but not required.
Fecal: Current in the last year.
Titers: Valid for 14 days with proper documentation.
Flea/Tick: Required to be current.
Each camper over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered.
5. Complete an Application & Agreement.
Each camper must have its own application and agreement completed and signed. Complete a Day Camp Application/Agreement here.
6. Pass an Evaluation Day.
Once all requirements above have been satisfied, each camper must attend a Day Camp Evaluation day (single-day fee applies) and be deemed “safe for play.” What is a Day Camp Evaluation Day?
Overnight guests wishing to attend Day Camp must be “accepted” prior to first day of stay.