Dog bored? Let them come play with us! Our climate-controlled playrooms are ready, deep cleaned and are sanitized with pet-friendly cleaning supplies throughout the day.

Mount Kisco Dog Boarding

Home sweet home away from home where I can have my own blanket and doggie personal space.

When planning a vacation or business trip, finding accommodations for a furry family member can sometimes spell anxiety for pet parents. Consider boarding at Dogtopia of Mount Kisco, your pup’s home away from home! With our overnight or long-term boarding, our canine guests enjoy plenty of hours of open-play and socialization with their doggie friends during the day, and nights of peaceful sleep.


Boarding with us is a great way to provide a day full of fun and enrichment, and a night of rest and care. Our highly trained staff remains at the facility around the clock to ensure every dog is comfortable, safe and happy, unlike most boarding facilities, which do not offer open play all day or provide 24/7 supervision. By going above and beyond, we offer pet parents the peace of mind of knowing someone is always around to make sure their dog is having the best time possible.

Several of our pet parents use our daycare services regularly and add boarding when they need to go out of town, while others use our boarding more frequently, such as every weekend or scheduled days each week when they travel for work. The consistency helps your pup get comfortable with our dog-loving staff and makes them aware that Dogtopia of Mount Kisco is just a temporary place where they can feel secure, let loose and have fun!


All dogs that board at Dogtopia of Mount Kisco enjoy up to 10 hours of open play with our daycare dogs and other boarding pups, as well as a 2-hour rest period midday.

Here’s what a typical day for a boarding dog looks like:

5:30 a.m. – Wake up & breakfast
7 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Play time
12 p.m. – 2 p.m. – Rest/Lunch (during this time, each of our playrooms is deep-sanitized to ensure a clean and safe return to play)
2 p.m. – 7 p.m. – Play time
10 p.m. – All boarding pups are set-up in homestyle crates for a night of restful sleep

We encourage pet parents to bring their dogs’ regular food during their stay with us so that they get the same meals here as they would at home and to make sure their digestion is not disrupted. Pet parents can also bring in a mat, blanket or towel as well as a non-squeaky toy to comfort them while they settle down for the night.

We also offer boarding suites for an additional fee. This is a more luxurious option that provides a larger space for dogs to rest and sleep in. It’s especially convenient for sibling dogs (no more than 2 dogs per suites) that are very attached to each other. With suite boarding, pet parents can also bring a larger, more padded orthopedic bed if they wish.


Pamper your pup during their staycation with some quality time at our fully equipped spa. We offer a wide variety doggie spa services that can be incorporated into any boarding package. From luxury baths to full haircuts, our groomer Kathy will have your fur baby feeling clean, smelling fresh and looking like a million bones!


Our friendly team will work closely with you to find the boarding package that fits you, your budget and most importantly, your pup. Prior to your dog’s boarding stay, we ask that you bring your dog in for a personal Meet & Greet session. This will help us get to know your dog better and determine if they are the right fit for our open play environment.

To learn more about our doggie boarding services or to book your dog’s meet & greet, please visit our pricing page or contact us.

  • Boarding Suites

    Boarding Suites

  • Dogtopia of Mount Kisco staff member managing the dogs feeding schedule on the screen.

    Kitchen And Food Services

  • Small white dog is running into the open doors of boarding playroom at Dogtopia of Mount Kisco.

    A Happy Boarding Guest

  • Hallway with a door leading to boarding suites at Dogtopia of Mount Kisco.

    Boarding Suites

Bischon Frise Running in Dogtopia
Big Doggie on Slide
Pup with Tongue Out in Bath