701 SCOTT AVENUE, ROULEAU  SK  306-541-7440

what to bring

We supply everything but your dog's regular food.
We are happy to supply sanitized kennels, bowls, and bedding; outdoor toys; and treats. If you would like to include an item that smells like home, please send something that is easily laundered and stuffing-free. For safety, we do not use any beds or blankets with stuffing.
We are familiar and comfortable with feeding raw, canned, dehydrated, kibble, or whatever your dog normally eats.

If you would like to include more than one non-veterinarian prescribed supplement, please measure them into individual baggies or containers for each meal.


We reserve the right to refuse care to guests who have chronic health issues.
While we have basic first aid training for emergency situations, we are not trained as veterinarians or vet techs. If your pet has a serious health issue, please consider having them stay at your vet clinic or in their own home for their own safety. We do our best to provide a stress-free environment, but being in a new place, enjoying more activity than normal, and being switched to our routine may cause health issues to flare up.


Vaccines must be current

We require current vaccines* for rabies, parvovirus, and distemper, with no vaccines given, for any reason, in the TWO WEEKS prior to your pet's stay. It is the owner's responsibility to keep their dog's vaccinations current. Although we keep track of vaccination expiration dates, we are too busy caring for our guests to send out notices that a vaccination is about to lapse. We reserve the right to cancel a reservation, without notice, if a vaccination has lapsed at time of check in.
*We also accept titre counts or a veterinarian's letter of exemption. For more information, please contact us.
How do I know if my dog's vaccines are current?

guests must be comfortable sleeping in a crate/kennEl

We are not a conventional kennel with indoor/outdoor chain link runs.
Our canine guests enjoy ample outside time during the day, either in small groups or individually, and at night, each dog is kenneled separately, to ensure they don't get into mischief or have a misunderstanding with another guest. Dogs who are unfamiliar with sleeping in a kennel may become very stressed and anxious when required to do so in a new environment, which isn't fun for the dog, the other guests, or us.

If you are not sure if your dog meets this requirement, please contact us for more information.

dogs must be reasonably human-friendly

We are happy to work with dogs and their families to ensure their special handling needs are met.
We are skilled in handling dogs who may be anxious or stressed in a new environment or have special behavioural concerns. We use low-stress techniques to move dogs in and outside, safely handle their full food bowls, and administer medications; however, dogs who have a history of being human aggressive may not be a good fit for us.

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