Let’s Talk About Boarding Your Dog
Visiting our Kennel
First, you will want to pay a visit to Campbell's Kennels. Contact our Kennel to get a tour scheduled. While there, get acquainted with the people who will be caring for your pup. Ask questions; take nothing for granted. Find out if toys or bedding are welcome. Find out about the diet the kennel provides. (If there’s a special diet that you would prefer your dog to follow, most kennels will allow you to provide the food and will see to it that your dog is fed only what you request.) Discuss safety features. Dog boarding requires good security to prevent escapes. Openly discuss any qualms you may have about boarding. The kennel will appreciate your frankness and your interest.
If your pet requires veterinary aid while he is in the kennel, you should be aware that you are financially responsible for such aid. We will contact you prior to taking your dog to the vet. Discuss, before boarding, any medication he might need or any special care.
During boarding, it is possible that dogs sometimes step in their stools or urine and become dirty. This can happen in the cleanest of kennels! Also, some of the finest disinfectants available for sanitizing are not always the most pleasant smelling, and the odor may cling to your dog’s coat. We make every effort to ensure your dog is clean, by checking them every shift. When necessary, we will bathe your dog.
Make certain that you understand the rate structure for all of our services and hours of operation. The fee for boarding includes not only the care of your pup, but also your peace of mind that comes from knowing he is safe and with someone you can trust.