Before your pet comes to stay:
We are glad you have chosen Cape Cod Pet Resort as your pet(s) destination while you are away. To ensure the safety and comfort of all our guests, Cape Cod Pet Resort has a few simple requirements for our boarders. Please review our requirements and if you have questions call Cape Cod Pet Resort at 508-564-4088.
We must have proof of the following vaccinations prior to boarding. Your veterinarian my fax the records to us at 508.564.4757.
- Rabies – Current within 1-3 years
- Bordetella – Current within 1 year (required every 6 months for daycare)
- DHLPP – Current within 2 years (distemper)
- Canine influenza – Presently not required but strongly recommended
- FVRCP – Current within 2 years (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia)
- Rabies – Current within 1-2 years
We prefer that all pets have their required vaccinations 5 days prior to entry, however, if that is not possible the Falmouth Animal Hospital will be able to update the required vaccination on entry at the owner’s expense.
Fleas & Ticks
Cape Cod has a heavy population of both fleas and ticks, therefore we require that your pets are on a veterinarian recognized product for flea and tick protection in order to protect our resort from any infection and thus, protect all of the pets. If your pets are found to have external parasites, they will be treated and your account will be charged accordingly.
All dogs must be heartworm negative and be on monthly veterinarian approved heartworm preventive medication.
Our meal plans use only premium diets and are ideal in a boarding environment. If you choose to bring your own food, please prepare each meal serving size in a separate baggie with your name on it.
Do not bring toys that are valuable or irreplaceable (all toys should be clearly marked with your pets name). Cape Cod Pet Resort is not responsible for loss or damage to any personal item of toy left with your pet.