Things to bring
It is our pleasure to provide bedding for all of our canine guests, so you may leave your pet’s bed at home. Please let us know if your pet is prone to chewing.
Please bring your pet’s food for them to enjoy during their stay with us – and to ease any tummy troubles from new food while they are here. Please package dry food in a resealable container with your dog’s name on them.
Absolutely bring treats that your pet is accustomed to getting. Please do not bring treats and foods that your pet has never had before. An upset tummy is no way to spend a vacation. We Do Not administer Raw Hide treats.
Please remember to bring your pet’s medications. Medication that is packaged in a daily pill planner with day and am/pm designations are simpler to administer and provide the bests care for fur baby.
Medication, vitamins, supplements incur a $1.00 fee, per pet, per day. Do not place the medications mixed with your dogs food as medication administration may not be properly given in that manner. Bring the pill bottle and we will divide the pills in a daily planner.
Topical medications including ear and eye medicines, as well as medications that require additional handling, will incur nominal fees. Please do not ask us to begin a new medication routine. Allergic reactions or resistance to topical applications should be discovered at home. Here is an example of the pill planner/organizer.
Fleas & Ticks
Please make sure that your pet’s flea & tick treatment is current. You do not want to be responsible for other guests getting bugs. And importantly, with a current flea & tick treatment you can rest easy that your baby will not pick up one of those pesky little varmints. We recommend the Frontline brand of treatment.
All pets over the age of five (8) months must be spayed or neutered for group play. We will not accept any aggressive dogs. If you have a bully breed dog, please make sure to bring them as a puppy so they can develop proper socialization skills.
Dogs that go into heat while staying at Smith Farms Boarding Kennels will have to be picked up the same day they are notified during hours of operation. Any dog that is in heat that isn’t picked up will be charged an additional $75 a day until the dog is picked up. Smith Farms Boarding kennels reserves the right to make alternate arrangements at a vet or alternate boarding facility. Transport fees and additional boarding cost will apply.
Dogs that are brought in a disheveled manner will be required to be bathed and may be required to be de-shed if they will be boarded with us. Our current rates for those services will be added to your bill. This allows for the standard of cleanliness to be upheld and ensure that other vacationing pets aren’t exposed to grime.
First-time boarders are suggested to arrive between 7:30 am and 11:00 am. This early arrival for long first day helps your pet to settle in and get acquainted with their doggie vacation environment.
Pet Parents and dogs may check-out during business hours Monday through Saturday. Check out time is 12:00 noon. Pets picked up by noon will not be charged for that day. (Please see our Hours and Directions). Sunday check-out hours are only between 4-6pm.
Making a Reservation
Reservations are required for your pet’s vacation, so before confirming your own travel plans, please make sure your pet has a suite reserved. Please note that reservations for the summer time and holidays will likely need to be made weeks in advance.
Reservations can be made by calling 770-918-9808 or by filling out the online form here. If you request a reservation using our online form, we will send you a confirmation email. If for some reason you do not receive a confirmation email within 48 hours of submitting the form, please contact us to confirm the reservation. A credit card is required to hold a reservation.
Canceling a Reservation
A 72-hour notice is required when canceling a non-holiday reservation. Canceling within 72 hours will incur a cancellation fee.
A minimum of 7 days’ notice is required when canceling any holiday reservations, including spring break.
All pets must have current vaccinations, including Rabies, DHPP yearly, and either Bordetella or Intertrac yearly for Canine Cough. Canine Influenza is recommended. Please fax a copy of your pet’s current vaccination history to 770-679-9359 or ask your Vet to provide these records to email@example.com.