General Requirements

  • All canine and feline campers must have current Rabies and Distemper vaccinations*.
  • All canine campers must also have an annual Bordetella (Kennel Cough) Vaccination*.
  • All canine campers must have an annual Canine Influenza vaccine. Dogs who are getting this vaccine for the first time must have the initial vaccine AND the booster 3-4 weeks after before they can be admitted to Adventure camp or stay in our Pet Lodge.
  • All canine campers must be free of all internal and external parasites and have passed an internal parasite screen within the last six months*.
  • Documentation must be provided at (or prior to) check-in. For campers who are patients of Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital, the documentation does not need to be provided separately. In all other cases, it is the owner’s responsibility to contact their veterinarian and obtain the necessary documentation.
  • Any camper that does not provide documentation of required vaccinations at (or prior to) check-in will have a physical examination by our veterinary staff at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital and have their vaccinations updated at the owner’s expense. For campers who are patients of Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital, the physical examination will be waived if the camper has been seen by our veterinary staff for a complete exam within the last five (5) months.*Canine campers under 6 months of age (PUPPIES, our favorite!) are subject to a different set of requirements because of their young age and developing immune systems. Please call for information.
  • Any camper that does not provide documentation of required internal parasite screen at (or prior to) check-in will have one performed by our veterinary staff at Mountain Parks Veterinary Hospital at the owner’s expense.
  • Any camper that does not provide documentation of required vaccinations or negative fecal test will be placed in isolation until our veterinary staff is able to work that pet into their daily schedule.
  • Any pet that requires veterinary attention while at our facility will receive it at the discretion of the veterinarian on duty and at the owner’s expense.

Group Play Requirements

  • Campers enrolled in group activities must meet our behavioral requirements and be able to socialize and interact with other dogs without aggression. All campers will go through a Pre-Camp Interview prior to their first day of camp.
  • Campers in group activities must be 4 months of age or older and must be spayed or neutered by 6 months of age

Additional Requirements

  • All campers must be checked in and out on a leash or in a carrier.
  • Any medications or supplements to be administered to campers during their stay must be provided in their original container with the prescribing veterinarian’s instructions.
  • Campers currently requiring medical care during their stay for an illness or concern being treated by another veterinarian may be evaluated by our veterinary staff to ensure we can provide the best care. Additional fees may apply.
  • Any food provided for campers must be in a resealable hard-sided plastic container, even if the manufacturer packaging includes a resealable close zipper. Additional fees will apply for owner provided diets that are not in proper packaging (this includes food provided in Ziploc bags) or require special handling.
  • We do not accept any pet that is aggressive towards humans.
  • Senior Boarders or Campers age 14 or older must be approved by our veterinarian or provide a letter from a licensed veterinarian stating that the pet does not have any medical issues that would be detrimental while boarding.