Single Suite: $53Additional Dog (Same Suite): $45
Bring your pup (or pups!) for a sleepover at The Pack for a couple nights, or stay for awhile and have a slumber party! We offer boarding for a single night or multiple. Check out our specialty package for some great deals!
Our pup guests enjoy a cozy climate-controlled suite large enough to comfortably stretch out in. 6ft long by 4ft wide, tile flooring, separating walls, feeding dish and water bowl, calming sleep music, and a comfy bed and blankets for your pup to feel comfortable.
Overnight dogs enjoy a similar schedule as a dog here for dayplay. In the morning your dog enjoys a potty break as soon as our staff arrives (~6:45am), has breakfast in their personal suite, then rests and digests their food for about 20 minutes until they're let out to potty a second time. Afterwards they are let into our large or small playroom depending on size, age, and energy levels to get some individual playtime before the dayplay dogs arrive. The rest of the day they are enjoying a day of play, rest, mental stimulation and one-on-one time. They are rotated outside in groups of 2 or less to go potty for about 10 minutes at a time once an hour. There is supervision inside and out all day every day! In the evening, after all have gone, they are provided an end-of-day potty break, they are then tucked in to their comfy bed with a fresh drink of water and a bowl of dinner. After supper they will be let out one last time before our staff leaves for the night (~7:30pm). They fall asleep to ambient lighting and some calming sleep music that is left on for their comfort all night. By day’s end they are well exercised and ready for a good night’s sleep.
We know that there is no place like home, but we try to take special care to make sure your dog is as comfortable as possible. For dogs staying for an extended period of time, dogs that are new to boarding, or any dogs that just need that extra touch, we have lots of ways to make them feel comfortable during their stay.
We will meet any special needs that your dog may have. If it has specific nap times, feeding times, medication schedules — just let us know what they are and we are happy to accommodate. We do not charge additional fees to provide the services that your dog receives on a daily basis and is accustomed to. We want all of our pups to feel as at home as we can possibly make it!
We ask that you supply your pup’s regular food in order to avoid unnecessary tummy upsets and to help make your dog more comfortable while away from home. We do provide a bag of house food at an additional cost for those who may have forgotten their meals. You are also welcome to send along some personal items from home; although, we ask that you do not bring any bowls or an excessive amount of toys and chews. We have a fridge and sink and can easily accommodate any feeding requirements at no extra charge.
If your dog receives medications and/or supplements, please bring those items with detailed instructions for administering. Administering medications and supplements are included in the cost of care.
We take your dog’s care and safety VERY seriously. Pack does not provide overnight staffing, but we have taken all aspects of securing our facilities into consideration and have implemented multiple safeguards so that your dog sleeps safe and comfortably through the night.
Our staff leaves shortly after the dogs last post-dinner potty break (~7:30pm), at that time all pups are placed securely in their private den. We employ remotely-monitored cameras and sensors. All access points and any movement is continuously monitored. The manager is minutes away from the facility and available to any alert 24/7. The Fire Department is less than a mile away. Additionally, we have a complete emergency preparedness plan and management and employees are well-versed in their responsibilities.
After-hours the facility is very calm and quiet. Soft dog-preferred sleep music is kept on and we promise after playing all day and with a full tummy, your baby is exhausted and drifts off to sleep dreaming about their new playmates.