Real World Canine knows that it can be hard to leave our four-legged companions behind when we have to go away. To help alleviate your worries, Real World Canine has tailored our boarding experience to ensure that not only will your furry friend be happy and safe, he/she will be having a vacation too!
With the assistance of our 24/7 onsite staff, during the day, your pup can look forward to doggy pool time, exercise on our custom treadmills, playtime with other dogs, and optional on-site training. After a fun day of play and structured activities, your pup will be served their dinner and spend the remainder of their night resting in a quiet facility. We also want you, the owner, to have the security of knowing your canine companion is safe, well cared for, and living life comfortably while you are away -- for the safety of each Pack member, an RWC Handler is located at the facility overnight to assist with any needs your pup may have. Our facility is specially designed for the safety and ease of any and all canines and we provide overnight services for dogs with special needs, dietary restrictions, and/or medical and physical limitations.
V.I.P. Accommodations Only
*Available for 10 Green Dogs & 3 Yellow Dogs/Night*
Green Dogs staying in VIP accommodations will get to sleep kennel free in a hotel style suite furnished with a California King size bed (which they are welcome to sleep on if you allow dogs on bed), memory foam dog beds, plush blankets, and elevated cots. In addition to these amenities, they also have their own certified RWC handler who stays in the room with them. Each VIP boarding stay comes with daily Day Camp activities, which includes one 30-minute treadmill session, come & go access to our full-size indoor/outdoor pool, socialization with other dogs & RWC handlers, as well as structured indoor & outdoor play time. When your dogs board at RWC, they will never be stuck in a kennel or left unattended at night. We monitor them for behavior changes, dietary changes, etc - each day, we record how much they ate, how they slept, etc.
For safety reasons, Yellow Dogs in boarding may sleep in a crate/kennel appropriate for their size, while participating in day camp during the day.
At the end of each stay, we will provide the Owner with a report on how well their dog ate, how well they slept, how well they interacted with other dogs and the handlers.