The best slumber party ever!

A stay at All Paws is like a mini vacation for your pup! Upon check-in, they’ll get some extra special love from their favorite staff members on their way to see their best friends. They’ll spend the remainder of the day rolling around until dinner time calls. They’ll get to enjoy their feast the way they like it, hang out with their friends for a final sniff. Then off to snooze with some classical music, comfy cots and lights out. Don’t forget lots of snuggles, treats, and photo ops to cap off the day! 

We care about your pet and we understand they may have anxiety when you’re gone, so we do a few things differently. Our kennels are made to reduce fear. The colors were chosen as it is recommended by Fear Free pets to reduce stress and anxiety. Kennels face away from each other, but they can still see out. It’s kind of like pups looking out the window of a car; if they look out and see a dog, they may lose their mind, but if they can look out without distractions, they are happy as can be.

Daycare is included in all boarding prices. Dogs must participate in daycare in order to board with us. All pups will be out of their kennels socializing from open to close. We have hemp treats & CBD oil on-site (used only with permission), essential oils and music used to help reduce anxiety. Safety and cleanliness are our number one priority! From the chemicals we use to the kennels and flooring – it’s all done with pups in mind. When you give us a visit, we will tell you all about this on our tour!

We know it’s incredibly hard to leave your pup(s) for a night, let alone a few days. We want to make you as comfortable as we know your pups are by providing you insight to your pups day. We offer webcam services while at daycare, photo and video updates daily, feeding and medicine logs, and direct texting capabilities.  

Boarding Options

From Chihuahas to Great Danes, we have the perfect size room to make sure your up has a comfortable stay!

Boarding Add-ons*

*Not all options shown. Options with training may require a consultation before booking. 

Boarding Add-ons*

*Not all options shown. Options with training may require a consultation before booking. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

YES! Please bring everything you feed and administer at home with your pup to boarding. We do not want to mess up their schedules or their tummies. The more we can keep consistent, the better your pup will be mentally, emotionally and physically. 

*Please do not bring bowls of any kind. We have pill cutters, can lids, scoops, etc. Leave these at home to ensure we do not lose them. 

While we will take your pup’s food in anyway you bring it, the easiest option for the staff is to pre-portion every meal into individualized bags. If you are not able to do this, no worries! The staff will do so for you upon check-in. 

DO NOT BRING anything your pup can chew, choke on or destroy! If it’s already half chewed, fluff sticking out, or a choking hazard waiting to happen, DO NOT BRING IT. If you know your fur-kid is prone to chewing up blankets and beds, ask us to provide your pup with a cot instead. 

DO NOT BRING any toys that squeak, as we do not want to disrupt the peace and add a layer of anxiety to the other boarders. 

DO NOT BRING bowls of any type. We have a hard time getting these back to you. For that reason, we do have puzzle feeders, licki-matts, and kongs of our own to help with feeding. 

FOOD: Please bring all food that your pup eats while at home. Do not change their diet just for boarding. Do you feed raw? That’s okay. We just ask that you bring detailed instructions, so we know exactly what to feed and when. 

MEDICINE: Please bring all of your pup’s medication. We can administer as needed. Keep our hours of operations in mind. If you pup needs medicine throughout the night, consider boarding at a vet or with an in-home sitter. We are able to administer insulin shots, if needed. 

CBD OR OTHER CALMING MEDICINE: If you know your pup will have a hard time being away from you, feel free to bring them with CBD or other calming medicine to help them sleep at night and reduce their overall anxiousness. 

KENNEL ITEMS: Please bring anything that will help them find comfort during their stay. Blankets, appropriately sized toys, long lasting chew toys, beds that are fully intact. 

Make Sure Your Fur-baby Is Qualified To Attend:

  • All fur-kids must be 4 months or older OR 3-months and up-to-date on all required vaccinations for their age. 
  • They must be spayed or neutered if 7-months of age or older. We do make some special exceptions, but it’s at the dicretion of the management team.  
  • All pups must be both human and dog friendly to join in on the fun.

Ask Your Vet For Updated Records

To participate in our services, pups must be up-to-date on all their shots including:

  • Bordetella (otherwise known as Canine Cough)
  • Canine Influenza (both strains) – If you only have the first round, that’s okay. Ensure you get the second round prior to boarding.
  • DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, ParaInfluenza, Parvo)
  • Rabies (Pup’s older 4-months and older)
  • They MUST also be on flea and tick medicine.  

All boarding candidates must be okay in a kennel when left alone and suffer from minimal separation anxiety. 

Lights out is typically around 8:30pm during the week 9:00pm on the weekend. Doggos are let out in the morning around 6:00am during the week and 7:00am during the weekend. 

We do not currently have a person on-site overnight. Once our lights are out, the pups are passed out sound asleep. We want to ensure they get the best rest possible, making sure they are undisturbed. Don’t worry, though. We have surveillance cameras watching their every move along with a best in-class alarm system loaded with smoke detectors & CO2 detectors. We are located only a few blocks away from the nearest fire station.  

All Paws was created to fuse the best quality care for our fur-babies while providing the best quality customer service for our hooman members. With this, we have created a transparent environment that let’s you, the pet pawrent, check-in on your pups via our webcams, receive sharable photo updates each day, text messaging that reaches the front desk at any given point and access to the best customer service in the business! We also provide a one-stop-shop, so members have access to not only daycare, but boarding, grooming, training, enrichment, our shop and more!

Check-in is anytime during business hours on the day of drop-off. During the week, we are open 7am-7pm, Saturdays 8am-5pm, & Sundays 8am-4pm.

Check-out is before 12pm. Pick-ups after this time will be charged for daycare i.e. $18 for up to 5 hours and $28 thereafter. If you cannot pick-up by the time we close that day, you will be charged for an extra night.

We begin feeding our doggos after they are let out, pottied, watered and decompressed. We begin on week days around 6:15am and 7:15am on weekends. We complete breakfast about an hour later. 

We will administer lunches for those doggos that need it around 11am. If pups decide to skip breakfast, they will be fed again at lunch. 

Dinner is fed once pups are put in their kennels after the daycare closes. This is typically around 6:30/7pm. If pups do not eat dinner, we will attempt to get them to eat and leave it overnight if necessary.

The short answer is, yes. Pups are out and about while daycare is in session, however, if they are cranky, acting sore, or not taking the time to rest, we will give them kennel breaks throughout the day or even give them a day off to fully rest. 

There is a 50% deposit required for all boarding reservations. All boarding reservations must be cancelled no less than 72 hours prior to the scheduled reservation start time and date. Any cancellations after this time will result in a forfeit of the entire deposit. No changes can be made after 72 hours. You’ll be required to pay the full original reservation amount upon check-out. 

YES! Please bring everything you feed and administer at home with your pup to boarding. We do not want to mess up their schedules or their tummies. The more we can keep consistent, the better your pup will be mentally, emotionally and physically.

*Please do not bring bowls of any kind. We have pill cutters, can lids, scoops, etc. Leave these at home to ensure we do not lose them.

While we will take your pup’s food in anyway you bring it, the easiest option for the staff is to pre-portion every meal into individualized bags. If you are not able to do this, no worries! The staff will do so for you upon check-in.

DO NOT BRING anything your pup can chew, choke on or destroy! If it’s already half chewed, fluff sticking out, or a choking hazard waiting to happen, DO NOT BRING IT. If you know your fur-kid is prone to chewing up blankets and beds, ask us to provide your pup with a cot instead.

DO NOT BRING any toys that squeak, as we do not want to disrupt the peace and add a layer of anxiety to the other boarders.

DO NOT BRING bowls of any type. We have a hard time getting these back to you. For that reason, we do have puzzle feeders, licki-matts, and kongs of our own to help with feeding.

FOOD: Please bring all food that your pup eats while at home. Do not change their diet just for boarding. Do you feed raw? That’s okay. We just ask that you bring detailed instructions, so we know exactly what to feed and when.

MEDICINE: Please bring all of your pup’s medication. We can administer as needed. Keep our hours of operations in mind. If you pup needs medicine throughout the night, consider boarding at a vet or with an in-home sitter. We are able to administer insulin shots, if needed.

CBD OR OTHER CALMING MEDICINE: If you know your pup will have a hard time being away from you, feel free to bring them with CBD or other calming medicine to help them sleep at night and reduce their overall anxiousness.

KENNEL ITEMS: Please bring anything that will help them find comfort during their stay. Blankets, appropriately sized toys, long lasting chew toys, beds that are fully intact.

Make Sure Your Fur-baby Is Qualified To Attend:

  • All fur-kids must be 4 months or older OR 3-months and up-to-date on all required vaccinations for their age. 
  • They must be spayed or neutered if 7-months of age or older. We do make some special exceptions, but it’s at the discretion of the management team.  
  • All pups must be both human and dog friendly to join in on the fun.

Ask Your Vet For Updated Records

To participate in our services, pups must be up-to-date on all their shots including:

  • Bordetella (otherwise known as Canine Cough)
  • Canine Influenza (both strains) – If you only have the first round, that’s okay. Ensure you get the second round prior to boarding.
  • DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, ParaInfluenza, Parvo)
  • Rabies (Pup’s older 4-months and older)
  • They MUST also be on flea and tick medicine.  

All boarding candidates must be okay in a kennel when left alone and suffer from minimal separation anxiety. 

Lights out is typically around 8:30pm during the week 9:00pm on the weekend. Doggos are let out in the morning around 6:00am during the week and 7:00am during the weekend. 

We do not currently have a person on-site overnight. Once our lights are out, the pups are passed out sound asleep. We want to ensure they get the best rest possible, making sure they are undisturbed. Don’t worry, though. We have surveillance cameras watching their every move along with a best in-class alarm system loaded with smoke detectors & CO2 detectors. We are located only a few blocks away from the nearest fire station.  

All Paws was created to fuse the best quality care for our fur-babies while providing the best quality customer service for our hooman members. With this, we have created a transparent environment that let’s you, the pet pawrent, check-in on your pups via our webcams, receive sharable photo updates each day, text messaging that reaches the front desk at any given point and access to the best customer service in the business! We also provide a one-stop-shop, so members have access to not only daycare, but boarding, grooming, training, enrichment, our shop and more!

Check-in is anytime during business hours on the day of drop-off. During the week, we are open 7am-7pm, Saturdays 8am-5pm, & Sundays 8am-4pm.

Check-out is before 12pm. Pick-ups after this time will be charged for daycare i.e. $18 for up to 5 hours and $28 thereafter. If you cannot pick-up by the time we close that day, you will be charged for an extra night.

We begin feeding our doggos after they are let out, pottied, watered and decompressed. We begin on week days around 6:15am and 7:15am on weekends. We complete breakfast about an hour later. 

We will administer lunches for those doggos that need it around 11am. If pups decide to skip breakfast, they will be fed again at lunch. 

Dinner is fed once pups are put in their kennels after the daycare closes. This is typically around 6:30/7pm. If pups do not eat dinner, we will attempt to get them to eat and leave it overnight if necessary.

The short answer is, yes. Pups are out and about while daycare is in session, however, if they are cranky, acting sore, or not taking the time to rest, we will give them kennel breaks throughout the day or even give them a day off to fully rest. 

There is a 50% deposit required for all boarding reservations. All boarding reservations must be cancelled no less than 72 hours prior to the scheduled reservation start time and date. Any cancellations after this time will result in a forfeit of the entire deposit. No changes can be made after 72 hours. You’ll be required to pay the full original reservation amount upon check-out.