Boarding your Dog with RW Canine Retreat

Where the Care of your Canine is Our Top Priority

We thank you for trusting RW Canine Retreat to take care of your pet while you are away. We take our job very seriously so that you can rest assured your pet is in good hands during your absence.

In order to provide your pet with a safe boarding environment, we require that every boarded pet be healthy, have a current Rabies vaccination, plus a yearly DHPPv. A Kennel Cough (Bordetella) vaccination within the past 12 months is also required. Proof of these vaccinations from a licensed veterinarian will be required. Each pet must also be free of internal and external parasites. If a boarded pet is found to have internal or external parasites, we will treat the pet at the owner’s expense. For your pet’s safety we do not recommend that you board multiple pets in the same cage or run.

In the event your pet becomes ill or is injured, we will initiate contact with you and your vet, however, if you cannot be reached our preferred veterinarian will be contacted. The pet’s owner will be responsible for all charges that result from treatments provided. All items left with your pet including special bedding, toys, leashes, collars, etc. are left at your own risk.

Should you have any questions please contact us at (936)-569-3783.

We want your canine friend to enjoy their stay at our facility.

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  • Daily Rate
  • $23.00

    If there are complicated or injectable medications that need to be administered, additional charges MAY apply,

  • Quantity Discounts
  • There is no discount for multiple pets in a single cage or run.

    There is a 20% discount on families of 3 dogs or more boarding.

Boarding Checklist

Vaccination Records

  • DHLPP (Annual 7-1)
  • Rabies
  • Negative Fecal Test
  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough) every 6 months
  • BiValent H3N8 & H3N2 Combo (Canine Influenza)

Food / Medicine

  • Dog Food (Please provide food in a Ziploc baggy for each meal.  This is to ensure your furbaby is getting exactly what you want them to have a feeding time.  Example:  If you feed twice per day you should have two baggies of food;  one for the morning and one for the evening feeding.)
  • Any current medicine your fur baby is taking along with detailed instructions of prescription.

Comfort Needs (Reduce Stress)

  • Bed
  • Toys
  • Well worn, unwashed t-shirt or something with your smell on it, this makes the dog less stressed during their stay.