BOARDING

We offer safe, affordable, top-quality overnight boarding and care for your dog, 365 days a year.

While staying at Peanut’s Place, your dog will enjoy cageless, community playtime all day and a quiet, private place to rest at night. Staff will arrive at 6 AM to let the dogs outside and feed them breakfast. Dogs will then have the day to run around and play with friends before the last potty break and bedtime at 8 PM.

PRICING

$38.00 per night
$34.00 each additional dog per household

HOURS

Dogs must be dropped off no later than 3pm.
To avoid additional charges, they must picked up by 10am the next morning.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Dog must be non-aggressive and socialized
  • Be current on Distemper, Rabies & Bordetella
    (proof required)
  • Be spayed or neutered if over 6 months of age

FORMS

Below are links to download the required forms you’ll need to bring with you when you bring her pup for the first time. Please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to meeting you and your dog!

Owner Release Contract
Dog Questionnaire
Reservation Sheet

BOARDING FAQs

You MUST bring their food in individual Ziploc bags measured out for each meal. You may also bring up to one piece of bedding and one toy.
You MUST bring their food in individual Ziploc bags measured out for each meal. You may also bring up to one piece of bedding and one toy.
Your dog will be in his/her own place for bedtime, from 8pm to 6am. Starting at 6am, your dog will be in one of our play areas socializing with other dogs and getting lots of TLC from Peanut’s Place staff.
Once the dogs are all nice and cozy in their own private place (right around 8pm), our staff leaves for the night, returning at 6am the next morning.
We try to stay on top of any possible illness and take necessary precautions. However, just like with kids at school or daycare, viruses may be passed between dogs. If your dog comes down with anything contagious, he/she must stay home until your vet says it’s okay to return.
If it’s an emergency we will transport him/her to the nearest vet immediately and then call you and/or your emergency contact. If it is a non-emergency, we will try to reach you or your emergency contact first to see how you would like us to handle it.