Keeping your pup entertained while you are at work or an appointment can be challenging. Letting your pet come to doggy day care at the Oasis can be just the ticket to preventing boredom. Our staff will keep a watchful eye on your pet, offer meals if needed, make sure they have fresh water, and give plenty of potty breaks throughout the day.
If your pet enjoys a lot of exercise you can even add on a one-on-one play time for them during their daycare or boarding stay.
Some pets enjoy coming for daycare prior to their first boarding stay so they can get used to their new environment before staying overnight.
All Fluffed Up!
We are also happy to provide discounted bathing services to all our overnight Oasis Resort and Spa guests! Set up a “spa visit” for your pet on his or her last day of boarding so you both can enjoy some quality snuggle time, not bath time, when you get home!
Keep Calm & Carry On
If your pet tends to be nervous when they visit new places we recommend you set up an appointment to discuss the use of stress reducing aids such as Thundershirts, Adaptil Collars, or in some cases for pets who have a higher level of anxiety, oral anxiety medication, with one of our doctors.
Feathery & Scaly Friends
While the majority of our guests are cats and dogs, we also care for reptiles, small mammals, and birds. If you have a pocket pet, reptile, or bird who needs care while you are away, please make sure you speak to one of our Oasis managers about what supplies you should bring with your unique pet!
Keeping Everyone Healthy
We make sure all pets are up-to-date on vaccinations and parasite control to help all our Oasis guests stay healthy during their visit.
Our vaccine requirements for dogs (must be performed by a veterinarian once yearly): DHPPV, rabies, leptospirosis, bordetella, veterinary administered deworming or negative intestinal parasite screening, and no evidence of external parasites.
Our vaccine requirements for cats (must be performed by a veterinarian once yearly): FVRCCP, rabies, bordetella, deworming or negative intestinal parasite screening, and no evidence of external parasites.