For the safety of all our guests, WTPR does not accept blind or deaf dogs.
While this can happen for a number of medical reasons, Wagging Tails Pet Resort requires all dogs over the age of six (6) months to be spayed or neutered.
No matter how much a dog loves playing with other dogs, sometimes dogs just don’t get along. That’s why we take our role supervising dog interactions at WTPR very seriously. Instead of reacting to conflicts between dogs, we focus on…
When a dog starts to show signs they are not feeling well, we keep a close eye on their symptoms. If we decide your dog requires vet attention, we will try to reach you before we go any further. When…
Just like humans, dogs can get sick sometimes. To keep your dog as healthy as possible during their visits, we have several strict policies in place. First, all guests must be up to date on their vaccinations, including Bordetella for…
No! All of our Overnight guests enjoy the same play times as the Playday dogs; this is included in our Overnight rate.
Bordatella is similar to the common cold/flu in humans. In order to prevent spreading of this airborne virus, we require all dogs to be current on this vaccination.
For the safety of all guests in the Resort, we require all dogs to be spayed or neutered by the age of six (6) months.
Yes! Our staff is trained to administer most medications, but not insulin, so please call to check. Pack medications separately from food If you use pill pockets or special treats to administer meds, please include
No – we do not turn away any dogs based on their breed or size. All dogs must pass a Temperament Assessment and Evaluation to attend Playdays or Overnights at Wagging Tails Pet Resort.