Heading out of town? Planning renovations or events that might be hampered by having a dog underfoot? Whatever your reason for needing overnight dog boarding, turn to Dogtopia of Houston-Galleria for a safe, supervised place to care for your pup when you can’t. Your dog will spend their days enjoying supervised open play with their furry friends and their nights enjoying a night of restful sleep. Our highly trained team of dog lovers will treat your furry family member to their own vacation.
More Than Just Dog Boarding
Just because you’re not around, doesn’t mean your dog has to sit home alone with only a few moments of exercise per day. Our boarding program includes daycare so your dog will spend the day in safe, supervised playrooms having fun and socializing with other dogs. After enjoying hours of off-leash play, they will settle down for the night in home-style crates, which are located in the same familiar playroom they spent the day in. We also have large suites available for a more private option.
To make your dog’s stay more comfortable we recommend bringing a bed, blanket, toys, or other items that smell like home to make them feel comfortable and ease separation anxiety. Also, we must maintain your dog’s regular feeding schedule, so please bring your dog’s usual food and advise us on their typical feeding schedule and portions.
If you are in the Galleria, River Oaks, Bellaire, Midtown, Heights, Katy, Sugarland, or any other part of Houston and are tired of your dog’s inappropriate behaviors, give us a call. Whether you are trying to set your puppy up for success or need to teach your dog basic obedience skills, we can help. When it comes to dog behavioral training, we have worked with many clients over the years, helping to bring the positive change our clients are looking for.
Not only do we offer training services, but we offer boarding and daycare services as well. When your furry friend is at our safe and clean center, our staff will work hard to take care of your dog and provide them with the love and attention they deserve. When you require services for your dog, contact us! We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our services.
The Difference at Our Houston Dog Boarding Facility
At many dog boarding centers, they leave their furry guests in crates or cages for most of their time. There, your dog is lucky if they get much time to play. At our Houston dog boarding facility, we understand the importance of socialization for dogs. Dogs are social animals, and they need to play and exercise. That’s why we offer indoor and outdoor play areas.
At our boarding, we offer plenty of amenities for you and your dog.
- Spa Services
- Webcam Access
- Supervised Safety
Our highly trained team makes every effort to ensure that your dog absolutely loves their stay. We strive to keep them comfortable and happy throughout their stay. When your dog has their own bedding and food they love, we encourage you to bring it!
A State-Of-The-Art Facility
Our brand new facility, which just opened in 2017, features 5,000 square feet of indoor space and 1,500 square feet of an outdoor play area. During the day, we separate our dogs into different playrooms based on their size and temperament. Each playroom features rubberized flooring that is specially designed to be gentle on dogs’ paws and joints, a medical-grade HVAC system that constantly refreshes the air, and HD webcams that allow you to check on your pup throughout the day. Our playrooms are deep-cleaned twice a day with pet-friendly, enzyme-based cleaning products.
Add a Spa Service
Dogtopia of Houston-Galleria features a fully-equipped dog spa. During your dog’s boarding stay, book a bath, haircut, nail trim, teeth brushing, or ear cleaning. When you pick up your pup, they’ll be happy, tired out from days of play, and looking like a million bones!
Book Your Dog’s Boarding Stay
Our friendly and knowledgeable team will work with you to determine which of our boarding packages is best suited to both you and your dog. Space for overnight boarding is limited, which is why we recommend booking in advance by filling out our contact form or calling us at (346) 209-2720.
Note: Check-In time for boarding appointments is anytime after 12 pm the night of the stay; Pick-up time for boarding appointments is anytime prior to 12 pm the day of pick-up. Pick-ups after 12 pm are subject to additional daycare charges.
In order to attend day camp or board with us at Dogtopia, we require that all canine guests be up-to-date on their vaccinations. Following a proper vaccination schedule will ensure that each pet that stays with us stays healthy and happy!
- DHPP: Dogs are susceptible to a wide variety of health conditions, many of which they encounter just by spending time outdoors. The DHPP vaccine is one of the first, and most important, vaccines that a dog will receive. It protects your dog against canine distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus. Due to the fact that some of these infections are deadly, it’s imperative that your puppy or adult dog be kept up-to-date on this vaccine and its boosters throughout his or her life.
- Bordatella: The most common form of canine respiratory infection, bordetella is more commonly known as “kennel cough.” It can be distinguished by a loud, honking cough and is extremely contagious among dogs, so any dog that spends time in our facility is required to be up-to-date on this vaccine in order to protect everyone.
- Rabies: A viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain, rabies can be extremely deadly and contagious if your dog is not protected. Once symptoms appear, the results are often dangerous. Be proactive and keep your dog protected by keeping it current with its rabies vaccine.
- K9 Influenza: Like human forms of influenza, dog flu is airborne. Respiratory secretions escape into the environment in the form of coughing, barking, and sneezing, where they are then inhaled by a new canine host. The dog flu also spreads through contaminated objects and environments, like water bowls, collars, and kennel surfaces, or through contact with people who have had direct contact with an infected dog.
If you’re not sure that your dog is up-to-date on its vaccines, consult your vet. We will require documentation proving vaccination dates when you first bring your dog to see us.