Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the vaccination requirements for pets?
We mandate that pets have current Rabies, Distemper, Lepto, and Bordetella vaccinations. Additionally, we require a negative stool sample every six months to ensure the health and safety of all our guests.
Can my pet board if they are not sociable?
Our facility encourages social interaction through our cage-free daycare environment during the day. However, we understand that not all pets are sociable. We conduct an assessment to determine if your pet is well-suited for this environment. If your pet is not compatible, we offer luxury suites as an alternative. These suites come with several daily walks, a memory foam mattress for comfort, and a 9-10 pm ‘Tuck Inn’ service for a peaceful night’s rest.
How do we start working with Wag-On-Inn?
To start you may contact us through our website, send us an email, or give us a call. We will first arrange an assessment for your pet. If your pet passes the assessment, we then schedule a daycare trial from 7:30-11:30 am. Following the trial, we organize 3-4 probationary visits to confirm that your pet is adjusting well to our environment.
How far in advance should I arrange for boarding?
If you’re a new client, we advise you to book 2-3 months ahead. This allows us to guarantee availability and provides sufficient time to complete our assessment process.
What range of grooming services do you provide?
We pride ourselves on offering comprehensive grooming services. We specialize in cage-free grooming, focusing on one pet at a time for a stress-free experience. Our appointments typically last between 1.5 to 3 hours, providing a more efficient solution than spending the entire day at other grooming facilities.
What is the recommended frequency for bringing my dog to daycare?
We suggest establishing a consistent weekly schedule, whether that be once or 2-3 times per week. This consistency helps your dog get used to the routine and fosters friendships with other dogs on their daycare days.