Boarding

 

  • Boarding packages:

    We are proud to offer a wide variety of packages for cat and dog boarding in Great Falls, MT that will fit every need and budget.

    • Cat & Dog Boarding packages Great Falls, MT

      VIP (Very Important Pet):

      This is our most popular package! Pets can enjoy time in our “spoiled and pampered” section and receive lots of TLC. This offers spacious, home-like rooms with custom beds and allows pets to play in the yard four or five times per day with their friends.

    • VIP+ (Very Important Pet Plus):

      This package offers all of the benefits of VIP, plus the ability to play all day with the whole day care group.

    • Deluxe Plus:

       With this package, pets receive lots of love and attention. They stay in spacious, climate-controlled rooms with custom bedding, and receive one full hour of supervised playtime with their friends. Morning and evening leg stretch and potty break time takes place in our large outdoor run.

    • Deluxe:

      Ideal for one- or two-night stays and the budget-conscious, this package allows pets to stay in spacious, climate-controlled rooms with custom bedding, and receive lots of love and attention. Pets can also enjoy morning and evening leg stretch and potty break time in our large outdoor run.

Fourth Of July Pet Concerns
If you have questions or need solutions to keep your pet calm during the 4th of July celebrations, stop in and talk to us!
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Tip #4 for keeping your pup safe and calm during the 4th: Stay calm for your dog’s sake.
Your dog freaking out about the sound of fireworks may make you feel unsettled, but it’s important to keep your emotions in check. If you’re nervous about your dog’s reaction, your dog will be nervous even before he hears the fireworks and sense your anxiety. Speak to him in a happy, upbeat tone and be confident. Your pet picks up on your emotional cues, so maintaining a “chill” demeanor is your best bet if you want him to follow suit.
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Tip #3 for keeping your pup safe during the 4th: Take your dog for a nice, long walk before the festivities start.
A tired dog is a more relaxed dog - The more exercise your four-legged pal gets before the party starts, the more sleepy he’ll be, meaning he’d rather lie down in a comfy spot in the living room than pace anxiously by the door. Walk your pup in an area he’s used to and seems to enjoy.
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Tip #2 for keeping your dog happy and safe during the 4th of July week is to provide them with an established safe place. Dogs can be startled by the loud noise of fireworks. Once the festivities begin, keep your pet in a safe room where he can feel comfortable. If he is crate trained, put him in his crate covered with a blanket to make him feel secure. ...

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This week, we'll focus on keeping your pet happy, safe, and home over the 4th of July with a new tip each day. We know that it is still a couple of weeks away, but it will give you ample time to prepare for guests and fireworks being set off before the 4th.

Tip 1) Provide Distraction - Block outside sights and sounds by lowering the blinds and turning on the television.
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