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Lodging

Dogwoods Lodge dog boarding entrance.Give your dog the vacation of a lifetime at our all-inclusive pet lodge! Check out our list of great options:


lobby-7Dog lodging CHALETS include:

  • Log beds with plush bedding
  • Spacious rooms (up to 170 sq ft)
  • 7 outings every day (equals 1-1.5 hrs outside/day)
  • TV’s for entertainment/background noise
  • Window views of the hallways

Some also include:

  • Window views of the yards
  • Outdoor covered patios

lodgingCABINS include:

  • Comfy cot beds
  • Various room sizes (up to 90 sq ft)
  • 7 outings every day
  • TV’s for entertainment/background noise
  • Window views of the hallways

Some also include:

  • Outdoor covered patios

*Large pack? No problem. If one of our large Chalets isn’t big enough, we have Chalets and Cabins with adjoining doors—creating double the space for your canine family (up to 120 sq ft of space!)


What to pack for your dog:

  • Proof of Vaccinations (if not up to date in our system)
  • Pre-measured meals separated into individual baggies. *Although this is not mandatory, it ensures that you have brought enough food for your dog’s stay, and gives you the confidence that your dog is being fed the correct amount each meal.
  • Leash/collar
  • Meds (if needed)

Optional items:

  • Bed or blanket that is familiar to them (note: we DO provide beds for all dogs)
  • Chew toys – limit 3 (must be non-destructable chew toys such as Nylabones)

Do NOT Bring:

  • Soft toys (choking hazard and easy to lose)
  • Rawhides or other edible chew items* (choking hazard)

*Note: we have approved bones and other items for sale at the store to keep your chewer busy and happy.


Recommendations

In order to make your dog’s stay as stress-free as possible, we highly recommend getting your dog acclimated to Dogwoods prior to their stay. They will be much more at ease staying in a familiar place that they enjoy. The best way to do this is by taking them to Daycamp two or more times prior to their stay. If they are not very social dogs, try Day-boarding, a training class or just visiting our lobby a couple of times. The more familiar they are with the Lodge, the more they will relax and enjoy their stay!