Lucy's Doggy Daycare is a luxury boarding facility for dogs; also providing grooming/self-serve wash facility in San Antonio since 2005
At Paw In Order we understand that leaving your dog in the care of someone else is difficult, so we make it easy!We are a privately owned residential dog boarding Orange County. We have dog boarding kennels , grooming, training, and dog daycare . Our facility offering 24 hour supervision. Dogs are provided with loving care in a professional, safe, clean and comfortable environment. Our friendly staff has extensive knowledge and experience handling and caring for dogs. We are happy to provide you with a
We do everything humanly possible to maintain a clean, safe facility. Our kennel staff members have strict requirements for disinfection of kennel runs and cages; use anti-bacterial sanitizer; wear gloves when appropriate; conduct quick medical screenings of every boarding pet upon arrival; monitor all boarding pets for obvious symptoms such as a cough, runny nose, runny eyes, lack of appetite and lethargy; sanitize food and water bowls daily; sanitize cleaning equipment daily; sanitize our outdoor turf daily and clean up any pet waste promptly and properly dispose of it. They report all significant symptoms to our medical staff immediately for evaluation on a case-by-case basis. We also require that all boarding dogs have the Bordatella vaccine, the only vaccination available for any of the known bacterial sources that cause a cough.
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We offer climate-controlled pet boarding facilities for both cats and dogs. Your pet is always treated like a member of our own family and provided with all the essentials to keep them happy and healthy until you return.During boarding it is possible that dogs might step in their stools or urine and become dirty. This can happen in the cleanest of facilities. Also, some of the finest disinfectants available for sanitizing are not always the most pleasant smelling, and the odor may cling to your dog’s coat. Bathing or grooming may be a welcome solution. Advise the pet care provider if you want your dog to have a bath on the day he or she goes home. Make certain you understand the rate structure for all services and hours of operation. The fee for boarding includes the care of your pet, as well as the peace of mind that goes with knowing that he or she is safe and with someone you can trust. One standard of measuring the pet care provider’s interest in his profession is his membership in PCSA. You can be certain PCSA members are trying to keep current on the latest developments within the industry and that they truly care. Their membership certificates will be proudly displayed.We have everything on-site to insure the very best care for your pet. Some pet owners assume that boarding their dog or cat with a veterinary clinic is a good idea, because a doctor is nearby. However, so are other sick dogs and cats!We advise pet owners NOT to put your dog or cat in a boarding facility with sick animals unless your pet is already sick and needs the attention of a veterinarian.Dogs should be prepared psychologically for boarding. It’s best, of course, to begin with a puppy as soon as the immunization program is complete. (Puppies usually learn very quickly to enjoy boarding.) Some boarding facilities offer daycare services enabling you to leave your dog for a few hours at a time. This is an excellent way to introduce your dog to boarding. After just a few visits your dog accepts a pet care facility as a normal way of life. The psychological preparation of a dog for boarding—and also for helping to develop a healthy personality—includes getting your dog used to new people and experiences (socialization). This is probably most easily accomplished by taking him or her through obedience classes, spending a few days at a dog daycare, and occasionally boarding him or her. Naturally, a dog that is relaxed about boarding is more likely to board well. (A pet owner sometimes needs reminding that it is not beneficial to lament over the dog in the front office before leaving, nor should the suitcases come out the day before the trip—both of these things cause the dog to be unnecessarily upset.)