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What to Bring

IDENTIFICATION
Always have current identification and collar and/or harness on your pet. A microchip is great, but an ID tag is faster!

VACCINATION RECORDS
Bring copies of current vaccinations whether you plan to board your pet or not; put a copy of the vaccinations in your glove compartment of the vehicle you are traveling in.

FOOD & TREATS
Bring your pet’s regular food and favorite treats and chews… if possible, bring extras of everything.

BEDDING & FAVORITE TOY
Bring your pet’s bed, pad and/or familiar towel or toy to help make your pet feel at home.

COLLAR, HARNESS, LEASH
Also bring an extra collar/harness and leash.

MEDICATIONS
Bring medications and full instructions on how to feed and medicate your pet. If your pet uses more than 2 pills a day, consider putting them in a daily pill container.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONCERNS
Make note of any allergies and/or medical concerns. Also include an emergency contact name/number should something happen to you or your family.

CRATE OR HARNESS FOR TRAVELING TO DOG TIRED PET SERVICES
Invest in and use a crate and/or harness for the safety of your pet and family when traveling.

Tip: Pack all of your dog’s belongings, including medicine, food, blanket, toys and instructions, in a duffle bag with your dog’s name attached.
Please note that you may not get a toy or blanket back if your pet stays with us.

Dog Tired is keeping up to date on all laws and regulations to keep our clients and staff safe during this time of uncertainty. To keep health and safety in mind we are implementing a few temporary policy changes. Click here to learn more.