Critter Camp Pet Boarding & Grooming

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What You Need for Critter Camp

Packing for Critter Camp

Critter Camp provides blankets and an abundant assortment of toys for your pet.
We provide all of the amenities for your pet’s comfort and enjoyment.

Things to Bring

Your pet!
Your pet’s food
Any special food and/or treats
Any medication
Proof of Dog / Cat Required Shots
Your Vet’s current info

Things to Leave at Home

Toys
Anything that might be misplaced
Collars and leashes
(they can snag in chain-link fences)
Bedding, blankets and feed dishes
(we cannot guarantee safe return of items from home)
  animals with carrier

Checkin / Checkout

Office Is Closed on Sundays
1:00 pm Checkout unless your pet is getting bathed.
Pets (without bath) will be charged for that day (excluding Mondays)
Campers bathing on departure date will be moved to the “Beauty Parlor” & can be picked up until 6:00 pm.
Pets leaving on Monday are never charged for that day


Flea Control

Please tell us if you believe your pet has fleas or ticks.
Critter Camp does have monthly pest control.
We examine each pet that comes to camp.
We do ask that you let us know if your pet has a pest problem.
If pests are found on your pet, we will dip him and the charge will be added to your bill.
Please call us if you find you arrive home with more critters than you left with us…We will dip your pet for free and give our pest man a call to come and spray our camp.


Clean Camp

We wash all of our bedding daily to insure your pet always has a clean bed.
We wash the feed and water dishes daily.
We keep Critter Camp clean and sanitized.
Our condos are concrete so that if your pet has a problem such as loose stool, blood in the urine, or any other medical problem we will be able to report this to you.
Campers do go outdoors to potty; they are not locked in at night unless we are requested to do so.
While we are constantly cleaning Critter Camp, it is possible for campers to walk through or lay down outside in their own potty.
Sometimes a camper potties inside his pet condo.
            For this reason we suggest that you allow us to bathe your pet just prior returning home.
            This will ensure they return home smelling sweet.
We work hard to keep Critter Camp clean however, due to the social nature of Critter Camp, exposure is possible. Please keep your pet’s shots up to date.


Healthy Camp

Please inform us immediately if you change vets. If we cannot verify current shots, we will take your pet to the vet for innoculation! ($50 transportation charge plus vet charges)
It is your responsibility to keep us informed of innoculation records for your pets!
If our records show your pet’s shots are not current, we will attempt to inform you of this when you make your appointment.
If we must call your vet to verify your pet’s vaccinations there will be a $5.00 charge.
Pet campers are allowed to go outdoors at night to potty; they are not locked in at night unless we are requested to do so.
While we are constantly cleaning Critter Camp, it is possible for campers to walk through or lay down outside in their own potty.
            Sometimes a camper potties inside his pet condo.
            For this reason we suggest that you allow us to bathe your pet just prior to returning home.
            This will insure they return home smelling sweet.

Required Shots

Cats • Rabies
• F.V.R./C.P.
• Feline Leukemia

Dogs • Rabies
• Distemper/Parvo
We strongly recommend a Bordetella vaccination, please consult with your veterinarian on this.
 

Pets on the Lam

At Critter Camp we do everything in our power to keep campers in a safe and secure environment at all times.
Please tell us if your pet might open gates, climb fences, dig out, tear at fences, is fearful of storms or fireworks or has any other habits that could cause him harm.
To discourage climbing and digging, Critter Camp is surrounded by a 6′ chain link fence that is curved-in at the top and set in concrete at the bottom.
We always do everything possible to prevent this. In the unlikely event a pet becomes lost from Critter Camp, as soon as are aware of the situation, we will immediately search for it.
The sheriff’s department will be notified and an ad will be placed in the newspaper to try and locate the pet.
Each day the crew of Critter Camp will be out looking for the pet, placing posters at various locations in the area.
The animal shelters also will be notified.
However, because some pets are prone to escape, we cannot be responsible for any pet that does.