What to bring
You must supply your Camper’s food (and please include enough for a few extra days in case you need to extend your trip) and advise us of any food allergies (we provide snacks for Campers). If your dog requires lunch (in addition to breakfast and dinner), please advise us. Please make sure any supplements or medications are clearly marked with your dog’s name and that you communicate complete dosage instructions. We will want to know what the medications and/or supplements are for, how to administer them (with food, peanut butter, pill pockets, etc.), and who we can contact should we run out. We provide stainless steel bowls for mealtimes so no need to bring your own. Mealtimes are morning and evening.
If you bring your own snacks, please do not include rawhide or real meat bones.
We have plenty of toys at the Lodge so we would prefer that you do not bring your own (unless you are willing to share! But please be aware that we cannot be held responsible for toys that you bring).
We supply bedding for all Campers, but you are welcome to bring your own.
Campers must be crate-trained for naps and meals.
Campers should wear buckle collars and arrive on a regular 4′ or 6′ leash; no flexi-leads please!! Choke chains and pinch collars are not acceptable and are not allowed on our premises. Harnesses are fine.
Download Day and Overnight Campers’ Application