DOGS:

  1. Rabies vaccine

  2. Distemper and Parvovirus (listed as DHLP or DHLPP on your dog’s vaccination record). In lieu of vaccinations, we will accept a titer test administered by a licensed veterinarian in the past 60 days stating that your dog has sufficient immunity to these diseases. Or, for older dogs, you may submit a letter from your veterinarian stating that your pet is in compliance with his or her vaccine protocols.

  3. Bordatella vaccine administered within the last six months. You will need to double check this one as many vets list a one-year due date instead of a six-month due date. Bordatella protects against kennel cough. Due to the daycare environment and higher risk of exposure, it is necessary to keep this strong in your dog’s system. Having a current Bordatella vaccine does not entirely prevent your dog from contracting this virus, but if they do, it will be a much milder case than if they are not vaccinated. Bordatella is much like the flu in us humans and the strains change constantly. The vaccine only covers a few of the most prominent strains at that time.

CATS:

  1. Rabies vaccine

  2. PRC vaccine. In lieu of vaccination, we will accept a titer test administered by your veterinarian in the past 60 days stating that your cat has sufficient immunity to these illnesses. Or, for older cats, you may submit a letter from your veterinarian stating that your pet is in compliance with his or her vaccine protocols.