Spring is upon us!
Updated Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
– The Hotel and Daycare are OPEN.
– The outdoor Dog Park and Pool are OPEN for the season. Please check this page for updated policies and changes for the 2020 season.
Grooming is OPEN.
– Training classes are back in session. Please check this page to see what’s happening.
At Lucky Paws we love your pets and want you and your 4 legged best friend to have the safest possible environment. We are following the recommendations from our state Governor and other public health officials during this challenging time.
If you have any questions or require assistance, please email Gretchen@luckypawsresort.com. We appreciate your patience as we work through new information as it unfolds each day.
How does this affect you:
- For the safety of our human and canine guests alike, we have implemented some new policies for the Dog Park & Pool for the 2020 season. Please note, visits to the Dog Park and Pool are now by Reservation only. You can fill out your reservation request and review the new policies here.
- NEW – minimal contact service: We have instituted drive-up service. When you are dropping off and picking up, please remain in your vehicle, and pull up to the door of the appropriate building. One of our team members will come out to transfer your dog to or from our facilities. Please make sure he or she is properly leashed and harnessed if dropping off.
What are we doing behind the scenes:
- We use cleaning solutions that kill the COVID-19 virus as well as other contaminants multiple times a day throughout our facility.
- We are also taking extra precautions to keep our humans that care for the animals in our facilities healthy.
How does this affect my pet:
- At this time, all of the available scientific literature shows that there is a very small risk of transmission of this virus from pets to people or people to pets.
- We are keeping up to date with our partner vets, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control for the most up to date information about this virus and how it could affect dogs and cats as well as the people that love them.
If you have any questions of concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.