Dogs come in all kinds of shapes and sizes and there are dog crates or kennels to accommodate them
Personal space is important for the comfort of your dog. Each dog has their own kennel to stretch out and relax in during their stay. Chainlink fences provide your dog with the ability to see all of their surroundings and interact with dogs in the kennels surrounding them. Our unique building layout helps to reduce the stress of a kennel environment. We have a variety of rooms and kennel sizes appropriate for the size and temperament of your dog. Kennel areas are climate controlled with air conditioning and central heating with fans to circulate air flow.
Comfort is our top priority! Blankets and bowls are provided by Apple Creek for every boarding and daycare dog! We welcome anything you wish to bring from home to make your dogs stay more comfortable, but keep in mind your dog may chew items more frequently while away from home. Our staff is comprised of dog-lovers who are passionate for everything canine: interacting and playing, monitoring their health, keeping their living space clean, and reassuring them that everything will be OK until their parents pick them up.
Dogs who stay overnight are invited to join playtime with the daycare dogs.
Daycare playtime while boarding = $18.00 per day
Manufacturers usually sell dog kennels in lengths. An extra-small crate is about 24 inches long and meant for dogs up to 25 pounds. A small kennel or crate is about 30 inches in length and is designed for dogs that weigh 26 to 40 pounds. Medium crates are approximately 36 inches and are meant for dogs that weigh 41 to 70 pounds. Large crates measure about 42 inches and are for dogs that weigh 71 to 90 pounds. Extra-large kennels measure 48 inches and are designed for dogs that weigh 91 to 110 pounds. A giant kennel may be about 54 inches; it's for use for dogs that weigh over 110 pounds. You'll find a list of recommended sizes for each breed in the Resources section of this article.
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Large, active dogs need more space than smaller dogs. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals suggests dog owners use one of two sizes, either 10 feet by 10 feet or 5 feet by 15 feet. Making a kennel even longer than 15 feet helps to keep large, active dogs happy, and in many cases you can buy panels to add to a kennel kit that will allow you to make the kennel as long as you wish. Kennels are rarely narrower than 5 feet, even for small dogs.These are standard pet travel IATA approved pet shipping crate and kennel sizes. These sizes can vary from brand to brand please see note below. We can provide custom size animal shipping containers to accommodate any, and all pet sizes. If you have your own pet carrier please refer to the dimensions below. We use Vari / Petmate brand crates. As long as the dimensions are within an inch or two, and it is a plastic crate with a metal gate, most other brands, with the exception of the Nylabone collapsible, would be fine. The below dimentions are the base guidelines for dog transport and pet airline proper kennel sizes. All pet travel carriers must be the metal bolt together type. There are a few types that have clips, or a dial, and these are not air travel approved.The first question that usually comes to mind is, 'how big should thekennel be?' Most pet supply shops canprovide you with good ideas on the size of kennel you need, and many carry doghouses in graded sizes, going from those suitable for the small pet dog, allthe way up to the extra-large sizes needed for the bigger breed dogs. So, generally you can tell by the breed whatsize kennel it normally needs.There are as many types and sizes of dog kennel as there are types and sizes of dogs. You can find everything from portable ones to permanent chain link dog runs to put in your back yard. There are even dog boarding kennels that will board your pet for you while you are on vacation.