For Daycare you do not need food for your pet. Daycare is designed for your furry loved one to play, socialize and come home tired.
For boarding, yes, we recommend that you do bring your furry loved ones food so that we can keep them on their particular diet and not cause them to have tummy upset! However, if you are traveling we do have a pet store where you can add food, treats, toys etc. too!
We happily and helpfully assist in maintaining your pet’s health. Our trained professional caregivers follow your pet’s prescribed care from your vet. We can administer topical ointments, oral medications, and/or insulin.
Yes. Due to having a limited amount of lodges and on-site caregivers available, we require reservations to ensure we aren’t overcrowded during busier times. You can easily make a reservation online!Make a Reservation
Are you new to us? It is as easy as filling out your pet profile by following this link.Make a Reservation
We love to have guests to our facility, however; to minimize the stress on our guests we do not allow tours in the kennel portion of our facility. This also allows us to mitigate germs and illness to achieve the highest standard of care which has garnered the approval of numerous veterinarians across the region. We are happy to provide a real time camera system in our lobby for you to view our happy guests in action.
Absolutely! We offer very affordable cat boarding. We welcome you to learn more about our Cat Boarding service.Learn More about Cat Boarding
Northwest Pet Resort includes complimentary Doggy Daycare with each night spent at our resort.Discover Dog Boarding
We welcome your pet’s personal effects with a couple exceptions for safety. We recommend you contact us on a case-by-case basis to ensure your pet’s favorite artifacts are OK. Ask for a Petcationers guide to see what to bring and what to expect during your pets stay.Contact Us
Most of our services are flat-rate. Some service prices may vary. We are transparent with our prices, and you can find out more by discovering our services pages.Discover our Services
It is common for pets that struggle with separation anxiety to stop eating. We keep a continuous eye on your pet to ensure they eat. If they haven’t eaten within the 1st day of boarding, we will give you a call to update you — and proceed with different foods, wet foods, and/or treats, depending on your pet’s diet. We recommend you reach out to us with any questions you may have.Contact Us
Our caregivers do our best to keep your pet on their normal feeding schedule. We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to our guests. For any concerns, we recommend you contact us! We’re happy to answer any questions you may have.Contact Us
To be a guest in our facility, we require our furry friends to have the following vaccines:
Dogs: Bordatella, DHPP (or equal), Rabies.
Cats: FVRCPC, FelV and Rabies
All vaccines must be current and up-to-date with valid certificates from your personal vet when to be a guest.Contact Us
Absolutely! We welcome you to call or email us anytime for updates! We also offer the ability to message us in real time on our Facebook page @nwpetresort or using our chat widget on either of our websites.
You will receive a refund minus the first night of boarding with a minimum of 48 hour notice. This allows us to ensure someone on a waiting list has enough time to occupy the room that you had booked.
We do highly recommend that you are at least choosing a topical treatment that wards against fleas, ticks and chewing lice. This is to ensure that all of the furry loved ones are happy and bug free while they are playing or staying with us.
There are no requirements with regards to spaying or neutering your furry loved ones at NWPR.
No, we do not take a dog or cat in heat as it posses stress to all of the animals in the facility, including altering behavior of male dogs in play groups, and will leave dogs unsettled in the boarding environment and often times lead to male dogs trying to escape their room to seek out the animal in heat.
In the circumstance of aggressive behavior that results in a bite to one of the employees or excessive aggression towards any dogs in the facility, we reserve the right to bypass the 3 Strike Policy and not allow a dog to return to Daycare or Boarding. We love all furry loved ones, however; not all dogs are a good fit at Northwest Pet Resort. We appreciate your understanding and thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Is there a second chance? If your dog is given 3 strikes and asked to leave, you have the option to seek behavioral training. We may consider a new trial for your dog in Daycare if the owner provides proof of behavioral correction.