Overnight camp is a great place for your pet to stay if you are going out of town or are having work done on your house. They live like kings and queens in our spacious, comfortable suites.
Our lives frequently require that we spend time away from home, and it isn’t always practical to take our pets with us, nor is it possible to find a reliable pet sitter. The other option that pet owners consider is pet boarding in Park City. The White Pine Pet Lodge provides the perfect place to leave your pet where you won't have to feel guilty the entire time you are out of town.
One of the concerns many pet owners have about boarding their pet is that many boarders leave their pet in a confining kennel during much of their stay. At White Pine Pet Lodge, we offer something different in dog boarding and cat boarding. Rather than keeping your pets in kennels, they are furnished with spacious 3′ X 6′ cabins, individualized for your pet that include an elevated Karunda bed. Pets are also fed high quality dog food which is appropriate for their age and size, or they may be fed their regular food that their owner furnishes. Our feline friends get daily play time out of their cabins to climb our Cat Trees and watch birds out of the window!
One of the best things about White Pine Pet Lodge is that it is an extension of White Pine Pet Clinic, which gives your pet access to a veterinarian in Park City UT and provides you with extra assurance that your pet not only has a place to stay, but is cared for as well.
For the most part, our boarding policies for pet lodging in Park City are similar to other boarders. Our cabins, although spacious, are for just one pet, and stays are limited to 21 days, unless an exception has been made. All campers, both cats and dogs are required to be up to date on all vaccinations, according to the age of your pet.
As previously mentioned, one of the best parts about boarding your pet at White Pine is that we are also your dedicated Park City vet, which means any medical concerns that arise while you are away can be taken care of. Part of our staff’s training includes knowing how to interpret signs of possible illness in pets and alert the on duty veterinarian if needed. Many standard medical procedures, including routine surgery, dental care, exams, vaccinations, and laboratory work may also be scheduled during your pet’s stay. You can rest easy knowing that if anything medically alarming does happen to your pet, it will be taken care of in the fastest, most efficient way possible.
Day Camp $28.00
Overnight Dog Campers $36.00 Per Day
Overnight Cat Campers $22.00 Per Day
Medication Storage, Administration, Documentation $2/Day
Holiday, Peak Period Premium $40.00/1 Night (Dog)
Holiday, Peak Period Premium $24.00/1 Night (Cat)