Are you searching for some good dog kennels in Oregon?
Below are 10 dog boarding providers you should take a look at.
Fletcher’s Kennels was founded in 1932 by a dog loving woman Vicki who boarded various pets in areas such as Gresham, SE Portland and surrounding cities for more than 30 years. There are multiple facilities you can avail at this organization.
Services: Fletcher’s Kennels provides outdoor and indoor runs, commercial chained link fences, dog walking and various socialization activities. They also provide long term, short term and daycare pet setting services for both cats and dogs. Dogs are fed Nutra-Nuggets lamb and rice dog food, and receive a milk treat every morning. Dogs can freely move in and out of the run, and play whenever they want. Total freedom!
Location: Fletcher’s Kennels are located in Portland, at a 15 minute drive from the Portland Airport, making it easier for you to drop off your pets before exploring the city. The good news is that they also provide transportation to and from the airport for a small cost, saving you the hassle of actually driving to the kennel itself.
Requirements: There are no breed restrictions, but your dogs are required the following shots for their safety, which are DHLPP, Bordetella, and Rabies.
Prices: The rate is $21 a day, which works around a daily cycle. If you come and pick your dog up after 12AM, you’ll be charged a full day. Walks cost at $3 for one 15 minute walk, where the caretaker walks the dog in a 1/4 acre of 6 foot fenced area. Toys, beds, and medicine are all separately charged, and depend on what you want.
If you want to give this Kennel a go, you can easily register on their website’s contact us page here for a reservation, or simply call them at (503) 761-2091.
Located in Eugene, Oregon, this daycare and boarding center has a lot of facilities for your dogs. Let’s look at each aspect in detail.
Services: They provide indoor only runs, dog walking and other activities. Short Term and long term services are also available for dogs.
Location: Dog Paw Daycare and Boarding are located at 89674 Armitage Rd. Eugene, Oregon 97408.
Requirements: Requirements include vaccinated dogs which have been vaccinated from DHPP, Rabies and Bordetella. Also, they accept all breeds of dogs except for Pit bulls and their mixed breeds. The reason for this decision is not known. Dogs must be friendly and get along with other breeds so that there won’t be any commotion in the boarding center.
Prices: Their overnight rates are $35. However, if you have multiple dogs, each will be taken for $15 only.
Sounds good to you? You can contact them by visiting their website here or calling them at (541) 912 – 1719.
This particular place isn’t a boarding center, it’s an entire pet hotel! It features boarding services for dogs, cats, birds and other small animals like hamsters and rats, but we’ll be focusing on the dogs section this time.
Services: The services they provide depend on the package you choose. There are different sized cages, from a Small Cubby to a Jumbo Suite, and if you think your dog is the best dog in the world and you can afford it, you can go with a Country Club. The difference between suites and clubs is that the dogs get access to an outdoor run directly through their cage in the club.
Location: Albany Pet Hotel is primarily situated in 615 Madison Street SE, Albany, Oregon 97321.
Requirements: No breed restrictions, but like any other kennel, they require proof of vaccination from Rabies, Bordetella and DHPP.
Prices: Prices depend on the size of the cage you are taking. From $22 per night for a Small cubby to $35 for a Platinum Country Club. Food costs $2 per meal, but you can provide your own food so that the cost of that is refunded. Medicines can be administered for $0.75 to $1 per dosage.
If you want to give this pet hotel a go, you can visit their website and book a reservation here or call them at 541-926-9351.
Rock Creek Kennels has been operating for over 30 years and is owned by Debbie Schappert and Tanya Triplet.
Services: Each dog has its own private room with 24/7 music and anything you request. Music, play areas and a lot of other services can be arranged for your dog with no extra cost. However, medicines and administrative doses cost a little bit.
Location: Rock Creek Kennels are located in Portland, at 9735 NW Old Cornelius Pass Road, Hillsboro.
Requirements: There are no breed restrictions, but they require proof of vaccination from Canine Influenza, Rabies, Bordetella, and DHPP. The proof must be a written documentation from a veterinarian.
Prices: Prices are the same regardless of the amount of services you want for your dog. Rates start from $39 per day, with medicinal services adding to the cost. The price is pretty average as compared to other kennels here in this list, so you might want to give it a try.
If these rates and services sound compelling, you can contact Rock Creek Kennels at their website contact page here or call them at 503-645-2912.
Their website doesn’t give that much information, but the reviews there are amazing, so you may want to check up on their location in person to see to whom you are giving your dog to.
Services: The official website doesn’t state any services, and is merely just a boarding center with different sized kennels and even a private luxury suite.
Location: Central Bark Dog Boarding is mainly situated in 367 Sisters Park Drive, Sisters OR 97759.
Requirements: No breed restrictions, but they require proof of vaccination from Canine Influenza, Rabies, Bordetella, and DHPP. The proof must be a written documentation from a veterinarian.
Prices: Prices start from $24 per day for a kennel, going all the way up to $36 per day for a private luxury suite for your favorite pet. Daycare is also available for $16 per day on weekdays, and grooming can be bought separately at an additional charge.
If you want to give this fine boarding center a chance, you can contact them at 541-549-BARK (2275).
Being the quietest in Monmouth, this kennel has been operational since 1989, with a clear priority of providing a peaceful boarding experience for you and your dog. It has a 24 hour staff, and offers a lot of services.
Services: Services include music, indoor and outdoor runs, private runs and social activities with other dogs and staff members. All of these are free of cost, and come with the general kennel rent.
Location: Located in 6820 S Pacific Hwy W, Monmouth.
Requirements: Your dog must not be aggressive, and should have the required vaccinations 10 days prior to boarding. Those vaccinations include DHLPP, Rabies and Bordetella. Proof of vaccinations must be provided.
Prices: Prices are consistent as there aren’t any kennel sizes for different dog weights, and start from $16 per day for dogs and $18 per day for cats. Medicines and vaccination administration is also provided, although for an additional cost. Payment methods include cash, Debit Card, VISA/Mastercard and personal cheque.
If you want to try this boarding center, feel free to contact them on their website here or their number at 503-838-6286
Founded by George Murphy and Kathie in 1971, this boarding center was previously located in Alaska. Now, being shifted to Oregon in 1991, the re-established business is booming there! Having over 60+ kennels on a 120+ acre ranch, your dogs will love the countryside vibes!
Services: The kennel provides everything from bedding, food, bowls to their toys. However, if you want some specifics for your dog, you can always give them your own stuff! However, if your pet is under 1 year or 10 years or older, you may want to get your own food, as diet changes can upset their stomach.
Location: North Pole Kennels are primarily based in 2868 North Valley View Road, Ashland.
Requirements: Again, no breed restrictions since they’re professionals, but they require proof of vaccinations of Bordetella, Rabies and DHLPP.
Prices: Their prices start from $15 per dog, and $17 per intact males and in-season females. However, if you have two or more dogs, the price falls down to $28 for two dogs, which isn’t much, but it still matters. They mainly accept cash.
If you want to give it a go, you can contact them on their website here or call them at 541-482-7015. Keep in mind that you will most likely get a voicemail since the staff will be with the dogs, but they’ll return your call shortly.
Founded in 2000 by Marline, this Canine Country Club provides daycare, overnight boarding and boarding training for both dogs and cats. Let’s look in detail at what it offers you for your money!
Services: Services include clean guest quarters, with air purified kennels and a comfy pet bed with covers. Not only that, they also give your dog frequent walks and allow him/her to play with other dogs in closed environments so that boredom is avoided. You can provide the center with your own toys, or they can play with theirs.
Location: They are situated in Ivy’s Canine Country Club, 493 Corvallis Ave, Roseburg.
Requirements: No breed restrictions, but proof of vaccinations for Rabies, Bordetella and DHLPP. They also require vaccination prescriptions from your veterinarian.
Prices: Prices start from $28 per dog, with a small discount added to each additional dog. Checkout time is 11:00 to 11:30AM, and if you are late, you will be charged an afternoon day-care fee of $12.
Want to give Canine Country Club a go? Just visit their website and reserve a booking or call them at 541-673-2272.
This boarding center and resort is one of a kind. Located over 50 acres of grassy fields, the boarding center has an open roof and is perfect for dogs that love nature walks, swimming, playing and exercising!
Services: This organization provides tons of services, but each comes with a separate cost that add to the bill. They provide swimming, nature walks, vaccines, brushing, nail trimming, medications, baths and community playtimes with other boarded dogs.
Location: Ankeny Hill Resort and Boarding is located in 889 Ankeny Hill Road SE, Jefferson.
Requirements: They have no breed restrictions, neither do they ask for any vaccination claims. This is especially great if you are in a hurry and can’t waste time getting your vaccination documents and prescriptions.
Prices: Prices start from $22 for a single dog, with $15 for each additional dog. Swimming costs $10, walks cost $10, playtime with other dogs cost $18, brushing costs $8, vaccines cost $25, nail trimming costs $10, and bathing costs $25 to $45 depending on the size and weight of the dog.
Give this resort a try by calling them at 503-400-1886 or visiting their website and filling their form here.
Although the website of Mountain View Kennels looks outdated, it does have many positive reviews, so you might want to check out their facilities in person.
Services: They provide individual kennels for each dog, regardless of how many you are giving them to board. Each kennel is closed, with a path to an outdoor run. Surrounded by large 6 ft fences, the grass play areas are perfect for dogs that love to sniff and play.
Location: Mountain View Kennels are primarily situated in 24809 SE Rugg Rd, Gresham.
Requirements: No breed restrictions. They do, however, ask for proof of vaccinations 10 days prior to the time of boarding.
Prices: Prices start at $24 to $25 for each dog depending on their weight, and they ask for no extra charges for medications, special diets or additional playtime in the grass play yards!
Want to give Mountain View Kennels a go? You can call them at (503)-666-8118.
Do you know of any other dog kennels in Oregon? Please tell us about them in the comments box below!