Sam & Danni's
"Like it or not, they may
  not want to come home."

Tips for Boarding Your Pet

All bedding brought for your dogs or cats needs to be washable. Please, No extra capacity items. We provide bedding for your pets.

It is recommended that you bring your pets usual food to avoid any tummy troubles from switching foods.  Please refrain from bringing a 50# bag for a couple day stay.  Instead, please use an ice cream pail, baggies, Tupperware, etc. (an ice cream pail will hold enough food for an average dog for 4-5 days.)

Toys & bones are OK. Bones should not be sharp and should not have to be refrigerated. Please keep toys and bones to a minimum. Small rawhides, small chew sticks, and bone pieces can be choking hazards and we would prefer that you keep those at home.

Medications for your pet should be in a container with your pet's name on it. Be sure to bring extra meds in case you are unable to pick up your pet when you had planned to.

Please fill out the form below. One of our staff will call you to confirm reservation. We accept Discover, MasterCard and Visa Credit Cards.

Please keep all your pets under control, on a leash, or in a crate, while on the premises, for safety reasons.

Thank you for choosing Sam and Danni's!

Our Hours

Mon-Fri 7 AM - 6 PM | Sat 8 AM - 12 PM
Sun 10 AM-12 PM & 6-7 PM
*Holidays 5-6 PM only*

All drop offs Mon-Sat should be here 1 hour before close. Pick up anytime during regular hours but by 11am for no charge. Ask about our after-hours pick up for daycare!!!

Testimonials

We boarded our lab and husky there and much to our surprise when we went to get them, they DID NOT want to leave.. Sam and Danni's is AWESOME!!!!

Teresa Ondarko

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