OVERNIGHT

WHAT TO EXPECT

 At Stone Dog Inn & Spaw, we believe your dog deserves a vacation too! After a fun day of complimentary day camp with their friends, your dog enjoys their specially prepared dinner before hunkering down for the night. We offer individual suites, large crates with comfortable beds, and a common area with plush dog beds to curl up with a new friend. Throughout our Inn, you will hear the comforting sounds of Animal Planet or DogTV playing on the flat-screen TV to make sure your dog feels right at home. In every room, you will find essential oil diffusers with calming non-toxic fragrances such as chamomile, lavender, or frankincense. Each room has peaceful music and a Himalayan salt lamp providing a calm and relaxing atmosphere for your four-legged baby. 
 

WHAT TO BRING

Below is a list of items to send with your dog for their overnight stay.

 

  • Food - We ask that all of the meals be divided into individual servings prior to dropping off, in Ziploc or eco-friendly bags. With two additional meals added. We no longer accept bulk bags or containers of food.

  • Treats

  • Any special clothing your dog typically wears

  • Pee pads, if needed

  • Medications, if needed. Please bring medications in the original bottle and clearly labeled. 

OUR ACCOMMODATIONS
REQUIREMENTS

We require every guest to pass a trial before being accepted into the Stone Dog Inn pack. This allows us to assess each dog’s personality and ensure that they are the perfect fit for our Inn. Our guest's safety and happiness is our top priority. Parents can rest easy knowing their dog is in the best hands! 
 

Vaccinations

 

Our Inn requires a veterinarian certificate indicating proof of vaccines for distemper, rabies & bordetella for at least 7 days prior to stay.

 

*A clean fecal analysis is also required and must have been performed in the past 12 months.

 

*Titer protection may be substituted for core vaccines.

 

*If your dog has a medical condition that put them at risk for receiving certain vaccinations, please let us know, and we are happy to speak with your veterinarian.