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REMINDER: Join Us This Wednesday August 15th For The 1st Annual Dogville Ice Cream Social

Don’t Forget the Dogville Ice Cream Social!!

When? Wednesday, August 15th (Watch Facebook LIVE at 12 noon!)

Who is invited? Dogville daycare dogs and boarding dogs

What are we having? Healthy homemade ice cream for dogs!

Three flavors for you to choose from, 

1) Banana/Peanut Butter/Plain Yogurt

2) Pumpkin/Apple and, if your dog likes savory ice cream

3) Chicken broth/Carrot

How? Just schedule your daycare dog to attend daycare on Wednesday (drop off and pick up at your usual time) or let us know if your boarding dog wants to attend, tell us what flavor your dog would like and we will do the rest!

Cost? $1.50 per dog

And don’t forget, you can also watch the action on Facebook live this Wednesday at 12 noon! See you then!

Kitty-Photo: “Cali Says ‘Hello!'”

All the dogs here at Dogville voted to let the Kitty City cats guest-post to the Big Dog Blog. It was a real tail-wagger with 53% approving as long as the feline fur-kids continue to stay over at Kitty City and especially out of the “No Cats Allowed” Pirate Ship in the back yard. With that said, Cali says hello from her luxurious Kitty City hotel room. <3 🙂

To learn more about Kitty City: Hotel For Cats, please visit www.KittyCityTulsa.com. You can also join us on the Kitty City Facebook page. Have a great day!

 

New Policy on Flea Collars

In order to maintain a safe play environment for dogs attending daycare, we ask that you remove all flea collars before drop off whenever possible. We have found that flea collars are used for tugging at playmates wearing them, and can be damaged or ingested by playmates if left on the dog. We know some of these newer collars are expensive, and rather than risking damaging them, we are asking owners to remove them before dogs are checked in. If you forget to do so, we can have you remove the collar in the lobby and keep it for you in a plastic bag until pick up.

Thank you for your understanding!

Important Vaccination Update for Dogville


Starting July 1, 2018 (with a grace period of up to July 16) we will be requiring that the first dose of the bivalent canine influenza vaccine be completed before boarding and attending daycare at Dogville. This is not due to an outbreak, but out of an abundance of caution. Please understand that I do not make this decision lightly—I understand the additional cost to owners and the fear of over vaccination, but our senior and special needs population are at a higher risk of complications from the disease and it continues to spread across the country.  Other practices in the area are now requiring influenza vaccination for boarding, so we are not the first to do so, and we believe that vaccinating now will help us keep our doors open and your travel plans safe in the event of an outbreak in Oklahoma. Please note, in order for your dog(s) to be fully protected from exposure, two shots are required along with a two week waiting period after the second shot—HOWEVER, we are only requiring the first shot in the series be completed by July 16 for boarding or daycare. You will be responsible for completing the second shot in the series per your veterinarian’s guidelines—a single vaccination will not be adequate for boarding later in the year.  If you have a dog that cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons only, please have your veterinarian provide us with a vaccine waiver for our records.

For more information about canine influenza, please visit the website www.dogflu.com There is a wealth of information on this site and I strongly suggest that you familiarize yourself with the disease and its symptoms. Please note that the outbreak map on this site includes Oklahoma, but at this time, only one laboratory confirmed sample has been identified. As of this date, there are no outbreaks in Oklahoma to my knowledge.

Delana Taylor McNac, DVM, Owner/Manager
Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070
www.dogville-daycare.com

Pup-Photo: “Hump Day Race Through The Yard!”

Dosa, Remington, and Ella are flying through the air because it’s #humpday ! But don’t fret Dogville Daycare is still open 6 days a week and Dogville Boarding is open all 7 days! Our hours at Daycare and Boarding are M-F 7am-7pm and Sat 8am-5pm
Sunday hours at Boarding are 1pm-6pm!

Check out our FACEBOOK PAGE as well as our INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. We publish many more photos, and videos, throughout the week!

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