Making Every Effort To Protect Our Campers!
Our onsite veterinarian has been monitoring a serious infectious disease that is threatening the health of our dogs around Oregon and the United States. The causative agent has yet to be identified and veterinarians are finding it is difficult to treat. Some dogs are even succumbing to their illness. This pathogen is highly contagious so as a precaution, we are implementing the following steps to assure our campers stay healthy while here at camp.
No dogs will be allowed to stay if they are showing signs of coughing, sneezing, or runny eyes and/or nose with in 2 weeks of their arrival date.
If your dog displays any of the above symptoms, take it to their veterinarian for an examination and diagnostics. If your dog is diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection it must be free of symptoms for 14 days before their stay and given a clean bill of health. If it is within 2 weeks of their stay, please postpone or cancel their reservation. If the veterinarian identifies a non-infectious source of the coughing or sneezing, then please provide documentation of the diagnosis.
Avoid allowing your dog(s) to interact with other dogs outside of your family for 2 weeks prior to their stay here at camp. Avoid dog parks, the groomers, day care or other situations with a high volume of dogs.
Please plan ahead and make sure your camper(s) arrive with all the necessary preventatives by their regular veterinarian to attend our camp. They should be administered at least 72 hours prior to their arrival for boarding.
Please have your veterinarian forward us your pet's records with documentation of their parasite and vaccine preventatives 1 week prior to their stay here at camp.
Below are the preventatives we require here at camp.
Given every 1-3 years
Given every 1-3 years
FeLV and FIP are not required.
To prevent transmission of fleas and ticks, we require that your pet come to camp protected by a reliable form of parasite control.
Please make sure your pet(s) have either a negative fecal test or have been treated with a de-wormer by their veterinarian prior to their stay.
If your pet is already updated on vaccines and preventatives, all we need is a copy of your pets' records from their regular veterinarian. They can mail or email us a copy of their records to the address below.