Pets are family, it is as simple as that. Here at Man's Best Friend we want your furry friend to get excited as you pull into our parking lot. We offer spacious runs, that have free access to indoor and outdoor areas. Our indoor area is temperature controlled for all season comfort! We offer over 2 acres of fenced in area for play time too! From group play to one on one time there is something for everyone. Prefer felines to K9's? We offer cat boarding as well with individual multi-tiered cat condos in a quiet room with plenty of windows.
Do you work all day? Does your K9 companion get bored at home? Then Doggy Daycare might be right for you! We offer dog care in a group play setting to help use up some of that energy. We have two rooms with connecting yards to help find the right group of friends for your pet. So while you're busy at the office or having work done at the house, your four legged friend can be running, playing, or lounging with all of his/her friends!
Is Scruffy living up to his name? Is there a little too much fluff on Fluffy? Our groomer Stephanie is here 6 days a week to pamper your beloved pup!
What is with this weather? This constant change between the single digits to almost 60° is enough to make you sick, literally! Including our furry friends, even Fido and Miss Kitty can get the sniffles. The Staff at Man’s Best Friend Pet Resort wants to remind you help keep everyone healthy this winter. If your pet is experiencing any lethargy, appetite loss, vomiting, diarrhea, sneezing, coughing, and/or eye/nasal discharge please keep your pet away from other dogs and cats until symptoms resolve or you consult your vet on the best plan of action, this includes dog parks, boarding, daycare, even walks. I know Fluffy may give you dirty looks from the couch for missing dog park day or not going on his usual walk because he isn’t feeling well, but it could help prevent a pet who is older or immunosuppressed from developing a serious illness.
Canine Influenza (CIV) is making its rounds out there, there are now two strands of CIV H3N8 and H3N2. The newer one has even been documented in our feline friends. We do not require this vaccine at our facility, however you may want to discuss with your veterinarian your risk factors and decide what is best for you and your pet. Here is a link to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) pet owner’s guys to the Canine Influenza.
As a reminder we require current Rabies, Distemper and 6 month Bordetella. Please make sure you check your records as many vets have the Bordetella reminder set to a year, but in an effort to try and keep everyone healthy and safe we require it every 6 months. Many vets can switch your reminders to the 6 month mark if you ask so there is one less thing to remember.