When staying overnight at Paws & Play, your dog will spend all day playing in our numerous play areas. Depending on the needs of each dog, we offer socialization fun time with other boarding/day care dogs (separated by age & size), or relaxing alone in a private patio. When it is time to rest, each dog will be tucked into their own personal suite. We provide Kuranda Beds with a fleece blanket, which is a cot-styled, elevated bed that offers orthopedic support. Expect your dog’s suite to be cleaned daily with the Aqua-Air Wet/Dry vacuum system. We also provide water and food bowls that are cleaned and refreshed daily. Each overnight stay includes access to The Courtyard, The Doggie Den, The Patios, and The Park at Paws & Play.
Make sure to bring:
- leash and collar with I.D. tag
- labeled food bag/container
(Resort Food will be provided, if needed, $2.00/feeding/dog)
Please feel free to bring any:
- or any other items to help your dog feel more at home
- please label all items brought in
|Emerald (small)||4 x 6||$35.00|
|2nd Dog||25% Discount||$61.25|
|3rd Dog||30% Discount||$85.75|
|Sapphire (medium)||5 x 6||$40.00|
|2nd Dog||25% Discount||$70.00|
|3rd Dog||30% Discount||$98.00|
|Diamond (large)||6 x 6||$45.00|
|2nd Dog||25% Discount||$78.75|
|3rd Dog||30% Discount||$110.25|
15% discount on stays more than 10 days, not including the holidays.
Holiday Rates add 10% to one day before, day of, & one day after listed holidays:
New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Day
Texas Spring Break
Fourth of July
All pets must be current on all required vaccines listed here.
Must be in the original container with veterinarian prescription label that includes:
- owner’s name
- pet’s name
- name of medication
- route of administration, if other than by mouth
Medications must be recorded in pet’s online profile, click here to make sure!
May bring over the counter medications, please label with above information.
Medication fee is $1.00/administration
Diabetic care is $3.00/administration
Make sure to bring:
- insulin, always double check unit dose is correctly labeled
- syringes or needles
- can food, in case pet does not eat dry food