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Frequently Asked Questions

The Answers You Need

If there is a question you have that isn't addressed below please contact us.


How can I check on my dog during their stay?

If you leave us an email address and a phone number,

we can send you daily pictures and updates..

Toy Poodle

What do you supply for overnight boarding?

Byrd's Dawg Boarding provides indoor/outdoor kennels to allow your dog to get fresh air and sunshine during the day. We provide a bed, blanket and water. We ask that you bring the food they are used to from home because it is easier on their stomachs. Twice daily, weather permitting, we offer time in the yard to stretch their legs and run. If they get along well with other dogs, we offer group play-time outside. If they are extremely gentle and very friendly, we can bring them in the office with us for some play time and socialization. 

Hungry Dog

My dog has a special diet. Can their needs be accomodated?

We ask that you bring their food from home and write out in detail, on a piece of paper or index card, their feeding schedule with amounts and any other instructions. However, if there needs to be a late-night feeding, we  request a change in their schedule to accommodate our staff hours. For specific health reasons we will make and exception for an additional fee. 

Milo, such a sweet boy!

What age do you start accepting dogs?

We recently changed our policy on this after questioning some people in the industry that we trust and doing a lot of research on our own. We now accept dogs starting at 4 months old, as long as, they have all of their vaccintaions and have received their first rabies vaccine. We want you to know that we value your puppy and will keep him/her in a small kennel in the office away from other dogs to ensure their safety and their socialization. If other puppers are staying at the same time and are approximately the same size we will allow them to spend some time playing togther. Also, know that we love puppers as much as anybody and our staff will be happy to spend a lot of one-on-one time with your new family member.

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