Our Boarding Philosophy
Boarding at Harlem Doggie Day Spa is a unique experience. Unlike a traditional kennel, dogs at our facility have a more home-like experience. We do not crate pups only if requested, or if we’re concerned about them chewing or eating things they shouldn’t during the night. A typical evening includes dinner, several trips outside, some cuddling while watching TV. Boarding is by reservation.
Boarding is open to non-aggressive small dogs, elderly dogs, animals with special medical needs. Please remember: your pet will be spending time with other pets and the safety and health of all animals is our main concern.
Boarding Pass Program
Small Dogs – $43 per 24 hours under plus tax (40lbs)
Large Dogs – $53 per 24 hours plus tax (41lbs and up)
We are required by the City of New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Office of Veterinary Public Health Services to have on file for all dogs who stay at our facility (grooming,boarding and daycare facility) proof of current vaccination against ALL of the following:
Within the last three (3) years:
Canine Para influenza
Within the last six (6) months:
Bordetella (during previous 6 months )
Vaccinations must be administered at least 48 hours prior to arrival under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian. All pets should be flea and tick free. Canine guests with signs of fleas and/or ticks will be treated at the Harlem Doggie Day Spa Grooming Salon at the Pet Parent’s expense prior to check-in.
Behavior – All dogs are required to have an evaluation in order to be accepted into our daycare and boarding. Owners will certify their dog have not harmed or shown any aggression or threatening behavior toward any person or any other dogs.
Reservation– Reservation is required for our boarding services.
Cancellation Policy– All cancellation must be made 24 hours in advance; otherwise you will be subject to a 1 night boarding charge.
Holiday- Harlem Doggie Day Spa observes the following Holiday
– Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s
A $5.00 charge per dog exist for each Holiday Boarding
Administering medication $10
What to bring:
•Your dog’s normal food in air-tight containers (required). Please do not bring your dog’s dishes; we have plenty available here.
•Comfort items such as a blanket or bed (optional). We don’t recommend bringing toys because they can be damaged by the other dogs.
•Medications if applicable