How does boarding at Indian Peaks work?
Please call ahead to make a reservation for your pet’s stay. Keep in mind that reservations go quickly for holidays. Please plan ahead. Also, if you have never boarded with us before, please plan on spending some time with our receptionist so we can get all of your information.
- We require your pet to be current on all vaccinations. We do make exceptions for pets with certain medical conditions. Please call and discuss this with our staff.
- Cats need to have current rabies and distemper (FVRCP) vaccines.
- Dogs need to have current rabies, distemper (DAPP or DHPP-C), and bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines.
- Updated vaccines are required for the safety of all of our boarding animals.
What should I bring for my pet?
You many bring your pet’s own food, toys, and treats. We provide bedding, bowls, leashes and collars. If you do not wish to bring your pet’s own food, we feed Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low Fat dog food for our canine friends and Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Moderate Calorie cat food for our feline friends.
Is your kennel indoor/outdoor?
Our kennel is completely indoor. It is heated in the winter and air conditioned in the summer. Our kennel staff comes in three times a day, every day to clean, walk, feed, and love the animals.
Do the animals get play time with each one another?
Every animal enjoys their own individual space. Due to safety reasons, family members are unable to stay in the same space together. Every cat is given time out of their kennel every day and may interact only with their cat family members. We do not allow interactive group play time because of liability issues.
Can I have my pet groomed while they are there?
We currently do not have a groomer at our facility.
Can I have my pet’s vaccinations updated while they are boarding?
For the protection of all of our boarding patients, vaccines need to be updated at least 48 hours prior to boarding.