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Canine Boarding at Camp AMH: Pet Resort Services Above & Beyond

Camp AMH is open 7 days a week, from 7 am until 8 pm, and we have veterinary staff on duty 24 hours a day!

Canine Boarding

Where will your pet be staying on vacation? Camp AMH offers boarding that goes beyond a bed and a meal. Our caring pet counselors will make sure your pet feels right at home with comfortable suites, plenty of play and exercise, and lots of tender loving care. We even offer day boarding! Camp AMH is open 7 days a week, from 7 am until 8 pm, and we have veterinary staff on duty 24 hours a day!

With our new facility, we are no longer offering the traditional 20 minute playtimes, but rather are hosting Play Groups that dogs can attend for 90 minutes per day. The Play Groups involve large numbers of dogs interacting, so only dogs that are non-aggressive and play well with other dogs will be able to participate. We have three packages that you can choose from for your dog’s next overnight visit!

  • If you choose for your dog to be a Primary Camper, he/she will receive 2: 10-15 minute walks in the AM and PM. These walks will be off leash and if your dog plays well with others, the walk will be with other dogs.
  • If you choose for your dog to be a Primary Plus Camper, he/she will receive 3: 10-15 minute walks in the AM, midday and PM. These walks will be off leash and if your dog plays well with others, the walk will be with other dogs.
  • If you choose for your dog to be a Premier Camper, he/she will receive 2: 10-15 minute walks in the AM and PM AND will attend a 90 minute Play Group during the midday. This package is only available to dogs that do not show aggression towards other dogs.

Puppy Boarding

Puppies need a little extra attention, which is why we offer puppy boarding to take care of their specific needs! If your pet is under 6 months of age, talk to our staff about our puppy boarding.

"Your practice is extraordinary. You have everything right there and your attention to my pet (and the others that I have had) was treated with dignity and respect, along with kindness and sweetness."

— Anonymous