Windmill Lane Boarding is a safe and secure place for your pet to stay while you are on vacation or at times when you may not be able to have your pet with you. One of the best benefits of having your pet in our care as opposed to leaving your pet with family and friends is that you know your pet will be kept safe, secure and well looked after by the kennel owners and staff. The best boarding kennels fill up quickly over the holidays and at favorite vacationing times. If you intend to go away at this time, make sure that you book your pet into the facility as early as possible.
Putting your dog into a boarding kennel will provide you with the peace of mind that you need in order to enjoy your vacation. A professional facility will provide around the clock care of your pet. We are trained and have experience in detecting the signs of distress or illness in your pet. We have a vet on call.
We can provide you with a tour of the facility and provide information about the care of your pet including the type of food it will be given and how often it will be exercised.
We can provide special needs such as giving medication to your pet. Our facility is well ventilated, clean and comfortable for your pet. Your visit and tour of our boarding facility will help ease your mind as you can meet the people who will be taking care of your pet. This is a great time to ask any questions and express any concerns that you have about leaving your pet.
We require that you bring proof of your pet’s immunization history and have your pet come to the facility free of fleas and ticks. This is in the best interest of both you and your pet as you will know that the other pets in the facility are clean and free of parasites and disease.
Prices for boarding are quite reasonable and start at $20 per day. Discounts are applied for roomates sharing the same accommodations and for long term stays. See our complete Rates and Guidelines.
When leaving your pet with us, it is a good idea to make your farewell quick and formal. This will reduce the amount of stress that your pet will suffer after you leave.