Dog Boarding Health & Safety

What you need to know.
To safeguard the health and well-being of all Pet Campers, every camper must have current vaccinations, so here’s what you need to do before checking in:

  • Dog campers must have current vaccinations against:
    • Rabies
    • DHLPP
    • Bordetella

Because the City experiences a high rate of canine cough, bordetella vaccinations are strongly recommended every six months, but we will defer to individual veterinarians who use a once yearly protocol. Immunization should be completed at least five days before your pet's arrival at camp.

We need to see written proof of vaccinations before your camper's first visit. We recommend faxing them to us ahead of time at 415.282.1192

We also recommend that you double-check all shot records in advance, since we must regrettably turn away any camper without up-to-date vaccinations. It's for the safety of every camper.

Your pet’s health is our greatest concern. If your pet should become ill during the stay, we will consult with your veterinarian. To safeguard the health of every camper, any pet who becomes ill is transferred to an isolation room until a veterinarian can see them. Each isolation room is equipped with its own air supply and drainage system to ensure the safety of all pets.