Boarding

Many options exist for pet care when you go out of town. At Bark University, Inc. we feel confident that your pup will thoroughly enjoy his or her stay with us. Bark U is a great option for dogs who become stressed in a typical kennel, where the loud, cold atmosphere can be scary. At Bark U that is not the case! 

 

Dogs are kept in a secure crate, just like their kennels at home. They are taken outside multiple times per day, both for potty breaks, and daycare or walks. Multi-dog families can arrange to have their dogs housed together in one of our larger runs. Your pup will receive personal attention from our staff to ensure they are acclimating well to a new environment. Our staff will always create a personalized solution for any issue that may arise during your dog's stay.

 

Let our highly trained staff care for your pup's every need, and enjoy peace of mind during your time away.

 

 

Daily Boarding Rates

First Dog

$50.00/night

Each Additional Dog

$45.00/night

 

Drop-off: After 9am

Pick-up: Before 2pm (half-night charge if picked up after 2pm)

 

$50 deposit required for peaking boarding periods. No refund issued if reservation is cancelled. 

 

 

We recommend that you bring your dog's own food, in order to reduce the risk of an upset stomach

 

You are welcome to bring toys and blankets to be kept in your dog's crate. Please do this at your own risk, as dogs may chew on these items and they may not return in the same condition.

 

 

Boarding Add-Ons: 

  • Our Grain-Free Food - $4.00 per meal
  • Exercise Treadmill - $20 for 20 min
  • Private Training Session - $15.00 per 15 minutes
  • Daycare now INCLUDED with Boarding 

Make an Appointment Today!

Please call (847) 367-9000 or use our contact form.

Our Hours

Mon-Fri 6:30 A.M.- 6:30 P.M.

Saturday  9 A.M.- 5 P.M.

Sunday 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.

Closed everyday from

12 - 1 P.M. for naptime

Training Tip

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bark U Training Tip #25:

 

Learn dog body language. This is incredibly important in being able to tell that your dog is not comfortable with the situation he or she is in. You don't want the negative implications that come with your dog feeling uncomfortable meeting a new dog or person. Forcing the issue can lead to a negative reaction in the moment and longer term issues down the line.

 

Learn more about training at Bark U here and click here to view our current training schedule

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