If you’re a dog owner in Chapel Hill or Durham and you’re looking for a clean, safe, and pleasant place to board your dog, you’ve come to the right place. Your dog will love our small, intimate facility and caring staff.
You’ll love the fact that we’re conveniently located just off I-40. We are 15 minutes from the ballpark in Durham and less than 20 minutes from downtown Chapel Hill.
We have a state of the art kennel and five beautiful acres located on New Hope Creek. We have several separate exercise and play areas scattered around our campus.
We are the only Triangle kennel that specializes in boarding for multi-dog families.
We are dedicated to providing a clean, safe, and fun place for caring pet owners to leave their dogs when boarding is required. Additionally, we have designed our kennel and our policies so that the stress from being boarded is kept to a minimum. Many of our customers comment on how relaxed and “normal” their dogs are after staying with us.
Each guest is taken outside for a “potty break” 4 times per day. Meals are included, or if you prefer, you can bring your own food. There is no extra charge for giving medications.
Our price structure is very easy to understand. Simply stated, we charge by the night. Pick up your dog at 8 am or 5 pm — your cost remains the same.
This daily price includes two 10 minute, one on one play sessions with our caring staff each day. (These special times are in addition to the normal potty breaks that each guest gets.)
|$55 per night|
|Second or third dog in the same run
For multiple dog families, we’re happy to offer a discounted rate for the second and even the third dog, as long as they are boarded in the same run.
|$45 per night|
|Baths||$15 to $50|
|Monday – Friday
8am – 12pm and 4pm – 6pm
8am to 10am and 4pm – 6pm (Open for pick ups and drop offs only)
4pm to 6pm (Open for pick ups and drop offs only)
Closed On Federal Holidays
All guests must be up to date on all of their inoculations. This includes DHLP-P, Bordetella and Rabies. Guests must provide written veterinary records on or before their first visit.
If you bring your dogs own food, you must package the food in portioned zip lock baggies. Each baggie should contain one day’s worth of food. We will divide each baggie into a morning and afternoon meal. Your dog’s name and your last name should be clearly marked on each bag.