We do not allow dogs that are human aggressive or have a bite history nor do we accept dogs who are not neutered or spayed for daycare or boarding. We do allow intact dogs if they are under the age of 6 months. After 6 months, they must be spayed or neutered in order to stay here. Intact dogs are allowed in for grooming unless it is a female in heat. For the sake of their safety and compromised immune system, Dog Holliday’s Pet Resort does not accept dogs under 4 months of age. All dogs must be current on their Rabies, Bordetella and DAP vaccines.

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New dogs are recommended to come in for daycare before boarding.

This allows us to get to know your dog and evaluate if they will be a good fit for boarding. This also allows your dog to become familiar with their new surroundings & our wranglers. We hope that they will understand that their just here to play and be spoiled.


Daycare and boarding situations can be overwhelming to some dogs; they are busy places with new people and many other dogs, and they may spend some time alone in a kennel.

Dogs that are suited for daycare are playful, friendly, and tolerant of others. We can accommodate different personalities by finding the right play group, but that is no guarantee they will be happy here if your dog is not very social or needs more space. Dogs that are unsure of new situations but warm up quickly can do very well in daycare, though they might need some time to adjust. Daycare can help a lot for dogs with separation anxiety.

If a dog does not do well with other dogs, we can still care for them, but they will need to be comfortable being left alone at times.

Dogs suited for boarding are quiet when left alone, calm, and able to settle well. We offer Kongs and puzzle toys and give them lots of exercise to make settling easier, but dogs with severe separation anxiety may still have trouble adapting. We can do a lot to keep your dog happy, even if they are anxious. Consider your dog and their needs before boarding them. If they cannot be left alone for even a short time, they may not do well in a boarding situation.

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us today at (970) 930-6292.