We are usually asked about:
Unfortunately, no. It’s our policy to charge daycare on a daily basis to avoid making you pay for daycare you may or may not use in the future.
Yes, of course! We give tours any day of the week. The best times for a tour are between 10am and 3pm.
Yes, of course! If your dog just needs a bath and brush, tell us when you drop him off for the day and let us know when you’ll be picking him up. We’ll make sure he gets plenty of playtime and a bath right before he goes home!
If something happens and you’re unable to pick up your dog before we close at 6pm, your dog is more than welcome to stay the night with us. You can pick him up when we open the next day or let him stay for another day of play! Here are our boarding rates.
Yes! Daycare on Saturday is no different than regular business days. We’re open from 7am to 6pm, feel free to drop-off and pick-up anytime between then.
Yes! Check out our Kitty Daycare here
Of course! Bring the medication in the original container with dosage instructions and we’ll be sure to administer it accordingly!
Of course! Bring in a zip-lock bag of food and let us know what time he normally eats and we’ll feed him using our own stainless steel bowls.
Nope! No reservation needed for daycare, we always have room! Bring your dog in for temperament testing today!!
Updated vaccination records (we require your dog to be fully vaccinated for daycare.
Anytime between 7am and 6pm. To ensure that your dog gets the maximum amount of playtime, drop off before 9am and pick up after 4pm.
Nope! You can carry your cat in if you prefer.
Unfortunately, yes. Even though we take every precaution to protect your pet from being exposed to disease while staying at Applewood Pet Resort, it is possible for them to contract an airborne illness from another pet. This is why current vaccinations are mandatory- it is for the health of your pet! To further reduce the risk, we use stainless steel food and water bowls, which are sanitized between each use, and our housekeeping sanitation measures are similar to those in human hospitals. Think of sending a child to school: the parent may have seen to it that his/her son or daughter received that season’s flu vaccine, taken their vitamins and had proper nutrition and rest. Yet, despite their best efforts, s/he still may contract a cold or flu, possibly a strain that was not included in the vaccine.
Of course! All required medications will be administered for a small fee. We request that all medications be labeled with your pet’s first and last name and in their original container. We will also want to know about any special health concerns about your pet.