Daycare (any time 7am-7pm) $20
Day and Night Boarding $35
(pick up by 11am next day)
Overnight Only Boarding $15
Stop by the Concession Stand to order a bedtime snack for boarding or pick out a treat after a day of daycare. Only $1-$2 ea.
Our lobby is open 7 days a week from 7am-7pm.
Care is provided 24 hours a day.
We offer full day daycare as well as overnight and extended boarding stays. Reservations are required for boarding and strongly recommended for daycare. If you need to cancel, we would appreciate at least 24 hours notice. Holidays fill up fast, so please book early. We do not offer daycare on days surrounding major holidays. Please call to reserve your boarding spot. 865-675-3647
For the safety of our guests and caregivers, doors will remain locked after 7pm. We will reopen every morning at 7am. Please drop off your pets by 4pm to allow time for them to integrate into the group before night time.
Our lobby will only be closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Care for the dogs will be provided 365 days/year.
All new guests must pass a behavior evaluation before they can stay with us. Evaluations are done Monday - Wednesday between 9am and 2pm and must be scheduled in advance.
We do not accept new large breed dogs. If your dog is (or will be when full grown) more than 30" tall at the shoulder and more than 70 pounds we will not be able to enroll him/her.
Dogs older than 10 generally prefer a more traditional kennel environment. Social activity can be overwhelming to an older dog who isn't as interested in playing and doesn't like to be bumped or jostled. As your younger dog ages, our facility may become inappropriate for them. We are not accepting new dog customers over the age of 10.
Please remember to schedule your dog's behavior evaluation before their first day of doggie daycare or boarding visit at our facility.
Reservations are strongly recommended. Holidays fill up fast, so call to schedule your pet's stay today. 865-675-DOGS (3647)
All pets must be 3-4 months old, spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and treated regularly to prevent fleas and ticks.