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“One of our goals is to be able to give you peace of mind knowing that your dog is receiving the best possible care when you can’t be with them.”

Sidlehill farms

We Take Pride in Our Clean and Organized Facility

At Sidlehill Farms, we take pride in having a clean and organized facility. Cleaning and maintenance schedules are kept on strict routines. While not everything can be avoided, we believe a clean, organized facility is one of the keys to keeping all of our guest happy and healthy.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will a typical day be for my dog?

Every dog’s personal needs are different, so a typical day for one dog will not be a typical day for another. We take every measure possible to make sure your dog is relaxed, comfortable, and happy when they are with us.

Generally, everyone gets out first thing to use the bathroom. Next it’s breakfast time. Once everyone has eaten, it’s time to go out again. Especially in the summer, this is a popular time before it gets too hot. After play time, it is around lunch and everyone is tired from the busy morning – it’s nap time. By mid afternoon, its time to go out again – time to play fetch, tug-of-war, or just sit together for awhile. This is an especially popular time in the winter since it’s the warmest part of the day. What’s next? Dinner Time. Already? Time flies when you’re having fun! After dinner, everyone is offered to go out one last time.

What are your requirements for boarding?

All dogs must be current on all vaccinations. The easiest way to get them to us is to upload them to the customer portal. You may alternatively have your vet email or fax them to us if that’s easier for you. Please have them sent over at least 24 hours BEFORE your scheduled drop off date.
Email: shots@sidlehillfarms.com

I was added to the waitlist, what does that mean?
When added to the waitlist, it means all lodgings within our facility are currently booked for the dates you have requested. If we have a cancellation, we then go to the waitlist to book the available lodging. The opening is filled based on the date the dog(s) was added to the waitlist, as well as the corresponding dates needed based on the available opening.
What am I required to bring for my dog while in boarding?
The only thing you are required to bring for your dog while in boarding is his or her pre-bagged food, and if needed, medication. We can provide medication incentive for an additional fee, or you are welcome to bring your own. We supply all bowls and provide bedding. You are welcome to bring your own bedding if you like, as well as any additional treats, bones, and toys. We ask that toys are limited to six or less.       
What time can I pick up and/or drop-off?

Pick up and drop off hours are as follows:
Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
Saturday-Sunday 8:30am-4:30pm

We are closed every day from 12:00pm-1:00pm for lunch.

While we are fully staffed every day of the year. Our office is closed for pick up and drop on holidays.

We are closed on the following holidays:
New Years Day
Easter
Memorial Day
Fourth of July
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve
Christmas

*Please be aware that you are responsible for each day you book, regardless of pick-up or drop off time.

Is it possible to pick up my dog after hours?

We do not offer after hours pick up currently.

What is your cancellation policy?

For dogs actively in boarding, you must provide at least 48 hours notice of an early pickup, or you will still be responsible for all days originally booked.

Cancellations made within 48 hours of the date of check-in are subject to a cancellation fee of up to $130.

Get in touch

We would love to have you stop by and take a look around!