Boarding at Wil-A-Lo

Requirements

All dogs and cats staying at Wil-A-Lo must be spayed or neutered.

All dogs must be up to date on Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella vaccines.

All cats must be up to date on Rabies and Feline Distemper (FVRCP) vaccines.

The only exceptions to any of these requirements are if a dog or cat is too young to receive spay/neuter/vaccines.


Our Rooms

At Wil-A-Lo we offer three styles of rooms, for every style of dog. 

Our Suites are spacious and located in a calm and relaxed area of the facility. 

Our Runs are also spacious and are equipped with guillotine-style doors with attached outdoor runs.

Our Pop-ups are spacious enough for large dogs, but are used for our tiny guests, who prefer cozier sleeping quarters.

All rooms (besides Pop-ups) include a large cot with bedding, bowls provided, and toys (if requested).

All rooms are priced at the same rate.

Add-Ons

Add-ons at Wil-A-Lo are the cherry on top of your dogs' stay. 

We offer Nature Walks, Play Sessions, Lunch Treats, Add-on Daycare, Baths, and Nail Trims.

Nature Walks, Play Sessions, Lunch Treats, and Daycare are amazing ways to keep your pet busy, exercised, and to feel more at home.

We offer Baths and Nail Trims for dogs of all sizes, and baths are discounted if our guests' stay is longer than two days.

What to Bring

Food and Medicine

We recommend that you bring your pets' regular food for easy digestion, but we also offer an easily digestible kennel food at no extra cost. Treats are also great for rewarding good behavior, to keep them busy, or to give medicine in. We can administer only oral and topical medications.

Bedding or Smells from Home

If your pet has a favorite bed, blanket, shirt, etc. we are more than happy to keep those items with them for comfort. Otherwise, we have cozy bedding for everyone.

Toys and Chews

Toys and chews are a great way to combat boredom and keep your pet amused. Toys and chews to keep at home: rawhides (except granulated), raw food, treats, or bones, plush toys with stuffing (if your pet shreds them), hooves, ears, or bully sticks, and dental chews that are too hard for a person to break. 

New Client Boarding Paperwork

If you want to get a jump start on getting your pet ready for boarding, these our our New Client Forms.

New Client Form (docx)

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Medical and Photo Authorization (docx)

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Boarding Group Outings Liability Form (pdf)

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