Rates & Requirements - Chapin Pet Lodge

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Dogs

Up Front Special Suites

$25 for 2nd Pet Same Run

(2) walks and (1) playtime
each day, each pet.


Up to 25lbs

26lbs to 50lbs

51lbs to 90lbs

91lbs and above

$55.00 Big One
$45.00 Medium
$35.00 Small



$16.00 per day
$17.00 per day

$18.00 per day

$19.00 per day

Cats

Garden Apartments

Kitty Condo

$13.00 per day

$12.00 per day

Dogs Playtime
15 to 20 minutes each
up to (3) three times per day


$4.00 each

Dogs Walks
5 to 10 minutes each
up to (3) times per day



$2.00 each

Cat Playtime
15 to 20 minutes each
up to (3) times per day


$3.00 each

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

As of January 15th, 2018, all rates will go up $1.00, including walks and playtimes (excluding the Suites).  Thank you!

2nd Pet in same run $1.00 off the normal rate.

All military $1.00 off the normal rate.

(2) Two Day Minimum Year Round (all year)

Five Day Minimum during the weeks of July 4th, Thanksgiving & Christmas

The First Day checked in we charge no matter what time check in was.

The Last Day if your pet is picked up before 12:00 PM (Noon), no additional charge.

The Last Day if your pet is picked up after 12:00 (Noon) there will be an additional day charge.

48 Hour Reservation Notice for cancellation or changes or you will be charged.

We are CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year's Day
We will close at 3:00PM on Christmas Eve & New Year's Day

NO SHOWS - not showing up for a reservation, you will be charged for the time reserved!
No new reservation will be allowed until those charges have been paid.

On Sunday we will only be open from 1:00PM until 6:00PM.
We will close on Christmas Eve at 3:00PM.
All Sunday pickups are charged for the day.


REQUIREMENTS

All Vaccines must be current & should be done 10 - 14 days prior to boarding.

Bordetella vaccines need to be renewed every (6) six months.

Please bring your pet's vaccination records. Thank you.

What types of shots are required?

Dogs: DHLP, Rabies, Bordetella, & Flu

Cats: Felines Distemper, Rabies, and Feline Leukemia


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