Visiting Go Doggie
Every new Doggie and their family is invited to schedule a free Farm Tour so that they can come see our facility and learn just what we are all about here at Go Doggie. This tour will only take about 20 minutes of your time, and we will walk you through and show your where your dog will be staying and playing while you are away.
Please Contact Us to schedule your free Go Doggie Farm Tour!
Proof of Vaccinations is needed for your dog to be on the Go Doggie Property. The required vaccinations are:
You can bring a copy of the records to us during your farm tour, or have you vet email us at:
Monday - Sunday
24 Hours a Day
7 Days a Week
365 Days a Year
Monday - Saturday
$50 charge for SCHEDULED boarding pickup.
7 AM - 9 AM
~* Quiet Time *~
4 PM - 6 PM
Please note that there is a $20.00 fee for pre-arranged off-hour pick ups and drop offs.
We are CLOSED for pick ups/drop offs on Major Holidays such as:
New Year's Day
What to pack for your Doggie:
Soft toys (choking hazard and easy to lose)
Rawhides or other edible chew items* (choking hazard)
Bedding (choking hazard, easy to destroy!)
What NOT to pack:
Updated Medical Records (can be sent through email)
Pre-measured meals separated into individual baggies. *Although this is not mandatory, it ensures that you have brought enough food for your dog’s stay, and gives you the confidence that your dog is being fed the correct amount each meal.
Medications/Supplements (in separate bag from food)
Contact Information for while the human is away
When you book a reservation with us, we want to have a way to contact you while you travel, so we ask you to provide a cell phone or other number where you can be reached in an emergency.
Have your vet verified proof of vaccinations ready to see before your pet is allowed out of the car. Please arrive with your pet on a leash.
Thank you for helping to keep Go Doggie safe for all pets.
Due to insurance restrictions, Go Doggie cannot admit Pit Bulls or Staffordshire Terriers for any services. This includes breeds mixed predominantly with these bloodlines.
Please understand this is not a reflection of how Go Doggie and
Go Doggie’s staff feel about these breeds.
We apologize for any inconvenience.