During your dog’s overnight boarding at Jax, your dog will be in one of our suites. We have cots for them to sleep on while they are here. We follow the feeding schedule the owner provides us. They are also playing with our daycare dogs all day, there is no extra charge for that. We highly recommend some sort of crate training to make their overnight boarding a little easier. We recommend bringing something from home, toys, bedding, bones, blanket and even something that reminds them of their owner. All of these items will be separated from the rest of the dogs.

What is required before you come in:


  • Bordetella
  • Rabies
  • DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus and Leptospirosis)
  • Negative fecal (Test for Giardia and Parasites) exams are required 2 times a year
  • Puppies must have their first two rounds of shots

Your Dog must be current on all of its vaccinations, be free of any communicable diseases, and have a negative fecal exam before the Dog stays at Jax Dog Drop. Preventative flea & tick medication needs to be regularly given to the Dog per the medications dosage directions, Fecal exams are required every 6 months, and vaccines must remain current per your veterinarian records for the Dog to continue to stay at Jax Dog Drop. Jax Dog Drop tracks the vaccine due dates of all of our dogs and will remind you when they are coming due.

Current Veterinarian records that show immunization shots and a negative fecal exam are required before any dog is allowed to stay at Jax Dog Drop.

Dog must be Neutered/Spayed by 7 Months

Dogs must be in good health

Dogs must not demonstrate excessive or uncontrollable barking