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Pet Boarding For Evacuees

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Most recent update August 24, 2023

Calgary

Country Club Pet Resort  Phone: (403) 936.5660 Requirements: Rabies; DHHP; bordetella; pp,  On a call basis, largest facility in Canada  35% Discount  Spaces Available

Pup City Doggy Daycare Phone: (403) 880-5557 Daycare and boarding. Requirements: All dogs must submit proof of up to date vaccine records for Bordatella, DA2PP and Rabies. Dogs must be spayed/neutered. 20% discount for evacuees. 

Sleep Rover Phone: 403-454-7833 Currently at capacity, but can help with transport/food

Petropolitan (2 locations)   Phone: (587) 779-8900  Spaces Available for healthy dogs and cats after September long weekend. Not able to accommodate pets with medical conditions.

Springbank Pet Resort  Phone: (403) 217-7387    Requirements: Proof of vaccinations  Full but daycare available

Red Deer

Waggles Academy   Phone: 403.505.6617  Requirements: Contact for vaccination requirement  Spaces Available For Dogs Only

Michael's Academy for Dogs   Phone: (403) 505-6617 Contact For Current Availability

Edmonton

Creekside Pet Boarding Facility   Phone: 587-879-2879  Requirements: Dogs only, first time dogs to under go a sociability assessment. Vaccinations: Rabies, Bordetella, Distemper/Parvo. We also require a veterinarian prescribed flea & lice treatment monthly Booked until Sept. 5th

All Around Hound Dog Services. Phone: 780-893-DOGS (3647)

The Urban Dog Daycare - Phone: 780-489-7297. Daycare only.

Other

Big Rock Pet Boarding Kennels (Nampa) - Phone: (780) 322-2189

Gray Family Pet Services (Grande Prairie) - Phone: (587) 601-0803. Daycare only.

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