Country Club for Pets has been offering boarding services for over 25 years in London Ontario and has built a reputation on making your dogs happy.
We offer standard indoor suites and in addition each guest is given a minimum four outdoor play times per day in our secure outdoor exercise areas. The length of time outside is based on the weather conditions and the enjoyment of the dogs being outside. If it is too hot or too cold, the dogs will be let out more frequently for shorter periods of time.
Boarding rates are as follows;
$25.00 Per night
25% off the second dog staying in the same suite. Must be owned by the same family and be able to be fed without separation needed.
Long Term Boarding Discounts;
21 days or more 20% off
14 days or more 10% off
(please note that there is a 5 night minimum charge from Dec 24-Dec 27, and a 3 night minimum charge from Dec 31-Jan 2 )
Please note that there is a $16.75 late pick up fee if you pick up your dog up in the afternoon.
For your dog's comfort, we are heated in the winter and air conditioned in the summer.
Boarding rates are charged the same as a hotel. Rate is per night regardless of drop off time. One night runs until 11 am ( 12 noon on Weekends and Stat Holidays ) the following day. If there is an afternoon pick up required, an additional late pick-up fee will be added of $16.75. This will give your dog 4 play times and two feedings on pick up day.
*At Country Club for Pets your dogs safety is of utmost importance. All outdoor play is Individual play. Group play is allowed when an individual dog has been approved by a Manager to display social and friendly behavior to all dogs and people. We reserve the right to decide if individual play or group play is appropriate for your dog. This is based on over 25 years of professional experience with dog behavior. We are dog owners and dog lovers, we always put safety first.
Things to Bring :
Food: bring your dogs' own food. It is best to keep your dog on his or her regular diet. We also recommend that you not over treat or give more or richer food ( ex. bring canned food as a treat he or she is not used to) than you would normally feed. This leads to upset tummys.
Bowls and Dishes: At Country Club for Pets we pick up and wash all the dishes and bowls twice a day in disinfectant. We provide all bowls for this reason.
Vaccination Records: At Country Club for Pets we require that all our guests are protected with up to date annual vaccines. We also require they have all had Bordetella for "Canine Cough" . All vaccines must be current during your dogs stay. If the Bordetella is not up to date, it must be done a minimum of 48 hours before arrival.
Bedding and Toys: We want your pet to feel at home while staying with us. You can bring bedding for your dog, however for the safety of the dogs in our care the entire blanket or bed must be machine washable, stuffing and foam free (see examples below). Foam filled beds pose a safety issue if ingested. We want your dogs to be comfortable and safe. We reserve the right to refuse any bedding if we feel there is a safety concern. Also if a Bed can't fit into our wash, we will not take it. We welcome you to bring safe toys and bones for your dog. We are not responsible for lost or damaged toys or bedding. If a toy or bone is not safe, will will not leave it in with your dog.
Have more energy to burn? Let us give your dog some extra attention! If walking is your dog's favorite activity, ball, or just cuddles, let our dedicated staff pamper your pet with additional one-on-one time.
* We take all measures to prevent and control Canine Cough on a daily basis, we are not responsible if your dog contracts this virus during a kennel stay. It is a highly contagious, airborne Cold virus which is transmitted by dogs who have no symptoms until three to four days after they have been contagious. This virus can be picked up anywhere other dogs exist, on the sidewalk, at the pet store, in your back yard, at the off leash park, on your hands from petting someone else's dog, at the vets or at the kennel. There are certain times of year that this virus is more prevalent ( winter and early spring). If you have any concerns or questions regarding Canine Cough, please discuss them with your Vet.