Are you a dog owner who lives in Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Carson City, Sparks or another city in Nevada?
Are you looking for providers of overnight boarding for dogs?
Below you’ll find 14 top dog kennels in Nevada.
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In operation since 1958, and under current ownership since 1974, this dog boarding facility is fully licensed and inspected and has a veterinarian on call. They are located just 1 mile west of the strip at 3460 West Oquendo Road. Owners vacationing in Las Vegas can visit their pet during office hours and take them for walks at the nearby park. Dog runs are separated by a privacy wall, enclosed with chain link fencing, and climate controlled with a mist system on the outside. Fresh water is available to visiting canines at all times. A play program is available for boarders and your pet will enjoy individual play in the ½ acre fenced grassy area which is shaded with plenty of trees. Prices are $20 for small dogs, $22 for medium dogs, and $23 for large dogs. They can be contacted at 702-736-0036, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, vaccination records can be sent to email@example.com.
Pre-Requirements: If bringing your own food, bring it pre-portioned, marked, sealed containers or baggies. Visiting pups should have current vaccinations for Parvovirus, Distemper, Rabies and Bordetella. If vaccinations are not current they should be obtained 3 days prior to admission, 1 month prior for Bordetella.
Located at 5175 S Valley View Boulevard, Camp Bow Wow has been in operation since 2000. At Camp Bow Wow, your dog will enjoy all day play in a group setting in communal play yards and an individual cabin with a cot and fleece blanket for sleeping and rests. Your pup will even get a campfire treat at night! The focus is on fun. Canine campers get lots of activity and attention. You can check on how your dog is doing by using their live web cams. Handlers are Pet First Aid and CPR certified, and provide lots or TLC. Prices start at $48 per camper and include doggie daycare. Additional dogs from the same home can stay at a reduced price. Contact them at https://www.campbowwow.com/las-vegas/about-us/contact-us/ for more details or call 702-255-2267. To make a reservation check out the following link https://www.campbowwow.com/las-vegas/make-a-reservation/.
Pre-Requirements: All dogs participating in overnight boarding programs must participate in a free assessment prior to their first day of visit. Pups must be friendly with other dogs and people. Your dog will require a quick release collar, must be in good health, free of open wounds or stitches, fleas and ticks. Visiting pooches must be at least 4 months of age and spayed or neutered by 6 months of age. Proof of current Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella vaccine is required. All breeds are accepted providing they pass the behavioral assessment.
The Dog Park provides all day play to overnight boarders, and private accommodations at night to rest. Your dog will be situated in a kennel next to a favorite playmate as dogs are pack animals and enjoy being able to see and hear their buddies. This facility caters to medium and large dogs, and does not accept small dogs under 25 pounds as small dogs need their own separate play area. Dogs are slowly introduced into group play from a separate holding area, and allowed to introduce themselves to the “pack” at their own pace. Their play surface is decomposed granite which is safe for joints and encourages “potty manners”. Free baths are offered after 5 day stays, or if your dog gets dirty during their stay. Take a virtual tour of the facility from their website. They are located at 15 Trinity Lane in Reno Nevada behind the Shop N Go on S Virginia Street. You are encouraged to bring your own food, toys and blanket for your dog’s comfort. Prices start at $30 per night and there is no charge for play, medications, special dietary requests, and loving. Contact them at 775-453-2667.
Pre-Requirements: All boarders must have been Nevada state residents for at least 4 weeks. Your pup must pass an introduction process and have no history of aggression with other pups or people. Proof of current Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Bordetella, and Canine Influenza vaccines is required. Dogs should be spayed or neutered by 12 months of age, (call to discuss special circumstances).
This pet boarding facility provides luxurious accommodations for your furry friend while you are away. They offer doggie daycare, overnight boarding, training, grooming, and chauffeur services. They are located at 1450 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson, Nevada. Their establishment has indoor K9 grass which is hygienic and safe, and 8500 square feet of space with large play yards. Pups are kept indoors for safety and comfort. The facility is climate controlled, has security systems, air ventilation systems ,and 24-hour on site staff. Staff are pet First Aid and CPR trained. Webcams are available so you can watch the fun your pup is having. Luxurious suites feature high quality, comfy beds, and TVs. Day camp activities are available for overnight guests. Contact them for pricing at 702-847-5858 or check out their contact info at https://www.hendersonpetresort.com/contact-us/. You can also book online at the following link, https://www.hendersonpetresort.com/reservation.
Pre-Requirements: Dogs must be vaccinated for Rabies, Bordetella, DAPP, and Canine Influenza.
This highly rated boarding kennel is located at 1040 Mallory Way. Check out their website for lots of great pictures of their facilities, which feature kennels where dogs are protected from the sides but can see out the front. They are located at 1040 Mallory Way in Carson City, Nevada. You can get a quote on their reasonable rates from https://carson-tahoe-kennels.business.site/#details or contact them at 775-671-7941. More contact info is available at https://carson-tahoe-kennels.business.site/#details. Check with them directly for pre-requirements before visiting with your pup for boarding services.
The Bark House is located at 860 E Greg Street, and is a family owned, dog boarding and daycare facility. They provide play space, private runs, and complimentary doggy treats to their canine guests. Runs are enclosed with glass front doors so your dog can see out and does not feel closed off. Check out their great facility at https://www.thebarkhouse.us/tour. Prices start at $30 per night with discounts for multi-dog families and multi-night stays. Check out detailed pricing at https://cdn.websites.hibu.com/8b8fb0e1033d4ae3ba5fffe422bbedeb/files/uploaded/the-bark-house-boarding-new.pdf. Contact them at https://www.thebarkhouse.us/contact. Bring your own food and toys and bedding if you wish so your dog feels at home.
Pre-Requirements: A record of your dog’s shots must be provided along with completed forms. Vaccinations required include Bordetella, Distemper, Parvovirus, Rabies and K-9 influenza, which is a 2-shot series, both shots must be received prior to admission.
Got a water loving pooch? Dakota’s Doggy Den has an in ground heated swimming pool your pet will be thrilled about! Other features include homemade doggy treats, 24/7 supervision and care by a Pet CPR and First Aid trained handler, a fenced grassy outdoor play yard, DOGTV for less active pups, and filtered drinking water. There is even a smaller doggy pool for quieter, little dogs. They provide a crate free environment, although you are welcome to bring a crate if that is what your dog is comfortable with. You can bring your own food or choose there on site chow, which consists of dry Halo brand and Weruva canned food. Pet shuttle service is available if required. Dakota’s Doggy Den is located at 28 Shoreview Drive in Henderson, Nevada. Prices start at $35 per night, check out detailed pricing at http://dakotasdoggyden.com/rates-and-fees/. Contact information is available at http://dakotasdoggyden.com/contact-us/.
Pre-Requirements: Complete the following forms prior to admission, http://dakotasdoggyden.com/wp-content/uploads/DDD-CLIENT-INFORMATION.pdf and
http://dakotasdoggyden.com/wp-content/uploads/DDD-BOARDING-AGREEMENT.pdf. A copy of vaccination records which should include DAPP, Rabies, and Bordetella is also required.
Established in 1979 and located in North Las Vegas, Nevada, at 2105 E Alexander Road, this facility offers dog boarding, grooming, and training services. There is someone on site 24 hours a day. Dogs are housed in contained 4 by 4-foot climate controlled indoor spaces with a bed and constant access to water. Runs have a doggie door providing access to a 4 x 12-foot covered patio. They pride themselves on providing a clean environment. You can bring your pups own toys and bedding if you would like. The animal spa also has 6 large doggie playgrounds where well socialized pups can play with similar sized and tempered furry friends, or you can arrange for your pooch to play alone if that is preferable. Contact them for prices and pre-requirements at 702-649-6383 or at http://www.chaparralanimalspa.com/contact-us/. Their online reservation form is located at http://www.chaparralanimalspa.com/online-reservation/.
This Boulder City kennel was established in 2009 by an experienced pet groomer. The facility provides boarding and grooming services. They are located at 707 Canyon Road, Suite 105A, in Boulder City, Nevada, near Lake Mead, and have 1800 square feet of climate controlled space. They have six, 4×8 foot runs, three, 4 x 6 foot runs, and eight, 4 x 4 foot runs for various sized dogs. Prices range from $20 to $35 per night depending on the size of your dog. Kennels have removable plastic flooring to elevate pups off the concrete floor, and provide drainage in case of an accident. Visiting pups receive two walks per day, and there is an indoor potty run for small dogs. The radio is left on at all times to provide relaxing music. Please make an appointment ahead of time as walk ins cannot always be accommodated. It is recommended that you bring your own food and toys and blankets, no feather filled bedding that cannot easily be washed, to make your dog more comfortable. Reverse osmosis water is provided at all times for drinking. They can be contacted at https://professionalpetroomandgroom.com/contact/ and their form can be downloaded from https://professionalpetroomandgroom.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/PPRG-PetcareAgreement-2018.pdf.
Pre-Requirements: Food must be brought in sealed containers and can be pre-portioned in zip lock bags. Visiting pups must be vaccinated for Rabies, Bordetella, and DHPP.
Pet Play House owners established their first facility in 2000 and have been voted Best Dog Boarding kennel for the past 8 years in the Reno News and Reviews “Best of Northern Nevada contest. They were also selected as “Best Place to Board Your Pet” by Reno Magazine. They are located at 2403 E 4th Street in Reno, Nevada. Pet Play House provides several luxurious accommodation options for your canine companion. You can choose the dog slumber party at $35 per night where your dog sleeps in a group with well socialized furry friends in a supervised setting. If your pup is not so comfortable with other dogs, select a doggie condo which provides your dog with their own K9 grass “yard”, TV, music, furnishings, and a 160-sq. ft., home like decorated room, for $39 per night. Suites area available for $37 per night and are 80 square foot rooms with TVs, DVDs and comfy raised beds. Apartments are like a doggie hotel room and many have windows for your pup to see out. The cost of a dog apartment is $35 per night. All overnight boarding dogs that are able to socialize and pass a trial daycare session with other dogs participate in the doggie daycare activities., and there is 24 hour, on site supervision for all guests. Call 775-324-0202 to make a reservation. The following links provide more contact info and required forms, http://www.petplayhouse.biz/contact-us/ and http://www.petplayhouse.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Boarding-Form.pdf.
Pre-Requirements: Proof of Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Bordetella, and Canine Influenza vaccines. Dogs patriating in play groups must be neutered or spayed at 6 months of age. Bully breeds and mixes cannot participate in group play, but other options for boarding and activity are accommodated. You must bring your own food, portioned and sealed in zip lock bags. A behavioral trial for pups participating in the daycare and slumber party activities is required.
This kennel has a 19500-square foot outdoor area with a bone shaped splash pool and K-9 grass. Additionally, there is 5151 square foot indoor space with safe play equipment and an mat surface. Pets are supervised and there are web cams so you can check out how much fun your dog is having. Private suite kennels and cage free boarding groups are available depending on your dog’s preference. Calming music and treats are also provided. Your dog will enjoy spending most of the day in the large back yard in groups with similar energy canine buddies. The price is $25 per night. Check out their facility at their virtual tour link https://www.booboosbuddies.com/virtual-tour/. Contact them at https://www.booboosbuddies.com/#contact and register thru their portal at https://www.booboosbuddies.com/customer-portal/.
Pre-Requirements: All dogs must pass a socialization interview and have K9 flu shots, Bordetella, DHPP, and Rabies vaccinations at least 2 weeks prior to their stay.
Providing overnight boarding and grooming services, this Minden, Nevada, kennel is located at 3140 U.S. 395. They provide a safe environment with indoor/outdoor runs so your pup can choose to stay inside or enjoy their own personal outdoor space at will. The price for overnight boarding is $18 per night, with walks or play time available at $5 for 15 minutes. Provide your own food, or choose from the diet provided at $1 per meal. Contact them at 775-267-2251 or check out their link at http://www.countryinnkennel.com/contact.html.
Pre-Requirements: All visiting dogs must be vaccinated for Bordetella and Canine Influenza as well as Rabies and DHLP-PV.
Serving the South Tahoe area, you can find this Stateline Nevada boarding and doggie daycare facility at 290 Kingsbury Grade Road. The facility has 1500 square feet of indoor play space with agility features and lofts with comfy beds for your pet to play or rest during the day. Personal canine cabins are available for overnight stays. Included in the price of boarding are outdoor walks. Other options can be added to your pups stay to make your dog’s visit fun and comfortable. Overnight care is provided in the Wag-A-Lot Lodge with private cabins. Bring your pups own food, collar, and bedding from home. Webcams are available to look in on how your pup is doing. Call for pricing at 775-580-7121 or click https://tahoetailsandtrails.org/contact/.
Pre-Requirements: A behavioral exam is required prior to stay and the application form must be completed. Dogs visiting must be flea free and vaccinated for Bordetella, DHPP&L and Rabies.
The Sparks location is situated at 875 Greg Street and there is also a Reno location available. On Command Boarders have access to training and grooming services for an additional fee. If your pup passes the daycare evaluation, daycare activities, socialization and play with other visiting groups is provided at no extra charge. All dogs are taken for multiple walks per day, every 2-3 hours, with the first walk at 5:30 AM, and the last at 9:30 PM, so your pooch has lots of potty opportunities. Walks take place on-leash in the fenced outdoor area. The price is $40 per night with discounts for additional dogs staying in the same suite. Contact them at 775-825-3647 or use the following link https://www.oncommanddogs.com/contact.html. Enroll at https://oncommandboarding.gingrapp.com/front_end/new_customer.
Pre-Requirements: All dogs must be vaccinated for Distemper/Parvo, Rabies and Bordetella. Be sure to bring enough food for your dog’s stay and a little extra in case of delays.
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Laurie Haggart is a freelance writer living on a farm west of Edmonton, Alberta. She has previously worked as a veterinary assistant and currently writes pet-based web content. She enjoys rural life with her husband, grown children, dogs, cats, horses, beef cattle and one geriatric bunny rabbit!