Frequently Asked Questions
In this section you can find all the most common questions and answers about our establishment and its services.
Yes, your dog must be up-to-date on; rabies, DAPP and bordetella
We provide beds, bowls, toys, and blankets, so don’t worry about that. We don’t want upset bellies, so we require you to bring their food in zip lock bags, one per meal. If your dog needs daily meds these will have to be labeled with the vet’s instructions.
The experience of the members of our team allows us to keep everything as safe as possible for everyone, and in case of sickness or injury we have established protocols for them to receive veterinary attention immediately and to promptly inform you.
No, to be able to participate in group activities dogs must meet certain criteria. They should be spayed or neutered, not have or show any aggressive behavior, infection and/or disease that might affect their wellbeing or the wellbeing of other dogs, any type of parasitism and/or other conditions that could have a negative repercussion on them and/or the group.
Your dog will still have lots of fun, but of course, won’t be able to join group activities, he/she will have his/her personal schedule for activities.
Dogs are divided having into consideration their size, personality, energy level, and specific needs.
If you have any other questions, please contact us
Professional Pet Care
Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. We are specialists committed to delivering the very highest of care and affection.