Pre-Care Procedures

Prior to any care beginning:

We’ll need to obtain all complete and updated vaccine records. Please be sure to email your vet the below so they know exactly what is required. 

Proof of vaccines may include, but are not limited to, (A) a receipt from a veterinary office for vaccines provided, (B) a summary of a veterinary visit prepared by the veterinary office indicating such vaccines were administered. The accepted proof will be maintained on our premises for at least one year and provided to the Department Of Health & Mental Hygiene upon request.

Regarding The Rabies Vaccination:

The rabies vaccination certificate and the form prescribed by the Commissioner to be forwarded to the Department needs to be dated and signed by the veterinarian and shall include the following information:

– A description of the dog, its age, color, sex and breed

– The dog’s license number

– The name and address of the owner

– The type of vaccine injected

– Its duration of immunity

Please Also Note: A receipt/invoice presented that is not from a vet office as proof of current Rabies vaccination must also contain Vet name and signature.

All mandatory vaccine record information listed just below.

PLEASE NOTE: We highly suggest that you copy and paste all the mandatory vaccine information below and email it directly to your vet so they’ll know exactly what you need and/or to email us. They often do not provide complete information which always delays this process. 


Good Until Date Of Expiration:

  • Rabies (An official Rabies vaccination certificate. Signed & dated by a licensed vet with injection lot number included, the date the vaccine was given & the date it’s good until)
  • Canine Distemper
  • Canine Hepatitis
  • Canine Para influenza
  • Parvoviruså
  • Adenovirus
  • Bordetella 
  • Vaccinations must be administered at least 48 hours prior to arrival under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian.
  • All dogs should be flea and tick free

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