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Yes, we offer transportation both to and from either terminal. You’ll be given a phone number to call for transport details (when and where to meet the shuttle).

We will gladly administer non-injectable medications and supplements to your pet that do not require use of an inhaler. Please list the name of medications or supplements (i.e., vitamins, fish oil, etc.) that your pet is taking, the amount, and when meds should be administered. Example: Rimadyl, 1 pill, with morning meal. If your pet is not taking medications, please enter "No medications." Please note that your pet must be accepting of medication orally or with food. We won't use force or restraint to administer your pet's medication.

Yes. For dogs, the vaccine requirements are rabies, distemper, parvovirus and bordetella (either intranasal or injectable). If your vet uses the intranasal bordetella vaccine, it must be given at least 48 hours before check in; injectable bordetella vaccines must be given 14 days before check in. Also, dogs must be on a flea and tick preventative treatment (flea collars are not allowed).

Cats and ferrets must be vaccinated against rabies and distemper.

Yes, provided the diabetes is well-controlled through diet and digestible medication. However, we cannot offer boarding for animals requiring injections.

We do require a $25 deposit for all boarding reservations including Short Spell.  For Holiday reservations (see Holiday FAQ) we require a 14-day notice and for non-Holiday reservations we require a 7-day notice.  If you keep your reservation, we'll apply the $25 deposit to your final bill. If you cancel your reservation with notice less than the required period, your deposit will be forfeited.

Phone and Fax

  Phone: 612.454.4850
  Fax: 612.455.0408

 

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