Puppies and Kittens
Animals must be at least 4 months of age to board at our pet resort, since they cannot be fully vaccinated until this age. Once at least 4 months old, we'd love your little one to come and stay with us! Boarding young pets is a great way to accustom them to a variety of sights, sounds and experiences and will make their future pet boarding experience much more familiar and enjoyable.
We do not place an upper age limit on boarding pets, but we ask that you consider your geriatric pet’s unique personality and special needs. Some geriatric pets have a more difficult time being away from their family. We discourage boarding large dogs over the age of 12 and small dogs and cats over the age of 14. However, if you do need to board your geriatric pet, Second Home Pet Resort's spacious suites could be a great fit for pets who might become unduly stressed in a cage-like enclosure that is common in most veterinary clinics.
Certain breeds of dogs have been bred with heightened protection instincts and are generally suspicious and not tolerant of strangers or new environments. We will typically not board the following dogs, except in limited circumstances where the dog has been exceptionally well-socialized throughout their life. Please ask for our manager or owner if you wish to board one of the following breeds; a pre-boarding assessment will be required:
- Presa Canario
- Cane Corso
- Professionally protection-trained dogs