Fantasia Pet Resort South Reno
boarding suites for our pet guests.
- Our indoor facility is temperature controlled year round.
- Our suites are an average of 120 square feet. Our themed suites are complete
with wall murals, raised over-stuffed beds, raised feeding diners, filtered
drinking fountains and televisions.
- Our 17 suites will comfortably
accommodate multiple large breeds and small breeds
- Suite staff sanitize each building and each suite daily with a non-caustic
sanitizing cleaners designed specifically for boarding facilities and vet
- Staff also check each suite hourly to make sure all of our guests have plenty of
water and keep all suites clean until bed time.
- Our pet guests also will participate in Day Camp with our Day Care guests. Our
guests must be spayed or neutered to participate in Day Camp. To accommodate
those that are still intact we will take 4-5 (approx 15 min)
walks around the area.
You may arrive to
check in your pet at any time after opening and up
to 1/2 hours before closing.
Pets checked out by
12pm will avoid another day's charges.
we require a pre-payment deposit of the 1st night's stay. If the
reservation is cancelled that deposit is non-refundable.
We accept Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover,
Debit Cards and cash - we do not accept checks.
FREE SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION
(for boarding guests only) must be dropped off by noon at
either location. A $10 fee is charged for dropping off
shuttle dogs after 12pm (Noon)
trained staff at Fantasia Pet Resort understand that
some of our guests may have special needs. Please
feel free to discuss any special requirements with us
when you make your reservation - we will do everything
in our power to make sure your pet is taken care of and
provided for. The following is a sampling of
special needs that can be accommodated:
WHAT TO EXPECT
WHEN YOUR PET RETURNS HOME:
will undoubtedly be happy to see you after their trip.
Following a few simple steps will ease the transition
back to home life.
Over-excitement may make a pet pant a lot and act
thirsty. He/she is probably not really thirsty, and
had plenty of water available at the boarding
facility. Give him/her a few ice cubes to tide him
over until he settles down. Food, but please
be aware that excessive drinking and eating may lead
to digestive upsets and bloating. Do not feed your
pet for at least three hours after coming home from
the kennel, and then limit the food and water you
provide until he/she has settled back into normal
your pet upon arrival or allow access to a yard
area. Excitement may also cause a change in
urination or bowel movements outside his/her normal
your pet some personalized attention -- some play
time or sitting and petting or brushing him/her will
help him get through the excitement state and calm
life can be very exciting, and some dogs charge
around barking at other dogs and having a wonderful
time. These dogs often leave the kennel exhausted
but happy, and sleep a lot the first couple of days
they are home.
Re-establish home patterns by following a normal
schedule. Pets love following a schedule -- it makes
them feel safe and secure.