What to bring...

Pack your dog’s bag like your own. Everything your dog will need is listed below. Please follow country club rules and regulations for your dog’s safety and well being.

KISS: Keep It Super Simple

We will accommodate your dog's needs within our guidelines. We feed two times a day... morning and evening. We do not charge for oral medications or injections but please provided detailed instructions. Vaccination records must be sent at least 5 days before visit. For sanitary reasons, we do not accept beds, blankets or other materials from your home. We have Kuranda beds and fleeces for our downstairs suites and the dogs love them! Even if you have completed all your paperwork, you can review our rules and regulations on the client waiver.

What to bring:

  • Pill Box: Labeled with your dog's name and correct sdosage for each day/night
  • Zip Lock Baggies: Food portioned for each feeding, labeled with dog's name, date, AM or PM
  • Leash: With your dog's name on it
  • Harness: With your dog's name on it
  • Treats: In 1 zip lock baggie with your dog's name on it
  • Collar: Please remove any vaccination tags

What NOT to bring:

  • No Bowls: We sanitize ours everyday. Please let us know if you need an Slow Feed bowl
  • No KONGS: Available for purchase (see amenities)
  • No Ice Cream: Available for purchase (see amenities)
  • No choke chains
  • No electrical items
  • No rawhide bones

Rules and Regulations:

  • Breed restrictions apply
  • Must be 6 months or older for day care and overnight stays
  • Required shots: Bordatella every 6 months, Current Rabies, Current Distemper
  • Recommended shots: Canine Influenza
  • All dogs must be spayed or neutered by 8 months of age
  • All dogs must be clean upon arrival (or order a Splash n’ Dash)
  • All dogs nails must be trimmed (Available thru OCCC)
  • All dogs must have a harness (Available for purchase at OCCC)
  • All dogs must have a local emergency contact other than the dog's owner
“OCCC really cares about the dogs they care for--very thorough, very professional!”— Natasha O.