Although most people wish their canine companion could travel with them everywhere, that’s often not the case. When it’s time for the annual family vacation or have to leave for an emergency business trip, you’ll want to know your dog is in good hands. At Cozy Canine Camp, we offer comprehensive dog boarding facilities so that you can travel with a little peace of mind.
Dog Boarding Amenities
At Cozy Canine Camp, we want our overnight canine campers to feel as safe and comfortable as possible. That’s why we offer a variety of amenities to make our dog boarding facility their home away from home.
No matter how long your pet stays at Cozy Canine Camp, you can rest assured he will receive individual, loving care. Our camper’s accommodations include:
- Individual bunks in climate controlled room
- Kuranda bed with clean soft bedding
- Fresh water (indoors and out)
- Breakfast, dinner, and mid day snack
- Medications and/or supplements administered and provided by pet parent (additional charge over 3) (no injectable medications)
- Individual snuggle and petting time with Camp Counselor
- Complimentary busy bone with each stay
- Minimum of 3 exercise sessions per day
- Complimentary playgroup per day
- Complimentary walk in park or late night potty break include first day
- 19 play yards with playground available, 3 inclosed and heated for winter, 1 indoor, and a variety of large yards in mulch, gravel, or turf to suit the individual camper!
Additionally, every canine camper is under the loving care of our camp counselors. Our counselors learn the names and needs of every dog staying at the facility, so you can be sure that your pet will be receiving the love and attention they need.
Safety and Security
On top of wanting your companion to be comfortable during their stay, we know you also want them to be safe. Our dog boarding facility takes many measures to ensure the safety of our campers, including:
- On-site camp counselor at all times
- Nighttime safety checks by camp counselor
- “Play groups” organized by the dogs’ sizes and temperaments
- Generator in the event of a power outage
- Name collars provided by CCC for all campers
We also ask that pet parents don’t bring hard bones, hooves, or rawhide treats. Additionally, all campers must be up-to-date on vaccinations, including:
- Parvo/Distemper Combo
- Rabies (per Anne Arundel County Animal Control Regulation)
We will accept current titers testing for parvo/distemper if your pet is elderly or under alternative pet care. We also recommend that every camper is on a flea preventative plan prescribed by their veterinarian. In the event that we find a camper with fleas, they’ll either receive Capstar (an oral medication which kills all fleas on the pet) or a pyrethrin based flea shampoo bath.