For the safety of all owners and their dogs we have a strict set of rules that all must abide by.
Please read through all these rules and make sure your dog has all the proper vaccines before you attend the doodle romp.
Vaccination Requirements (*PLEASE NOTE: dogs coming from the US require rabies in order to pass into Canada)
•Distemper/Parvo Virus (DHPP) vaccine.
•Bordetella (nasal or new direct admin preferred)
• Flea meds must be up to day (given the month of August)
For the safety of your dogs and other dogs be sure your dog is fully vaccinated against everything in the list above.
Puppies must have received at least their second set of vaccines (typically administered around 10-12 weeks) including Bordatella .
*****OUR #1 PRIORITY AT THE DOODLE ROMP IS THE SAFETY OF ALL DOODLES****
**********PLEASE NOTE THIS ROMP IS FOR SWISSRIDGE DOODLES ONLY**************
1. SWISSRIDGE KENNELS, and Sherry Rupke hold NO responsibility for any mishaps at the Doodle Romp
2. All dogs must have flea prevention medication administrated before the romp
3. All doodle owners are responsible for their dog's behaviour and output, including picking up after them and watching them at the Romp AT ALL TIMES
4. All dogs must be on a leash unless they are in the leash free designated areas.
5. All dogs must be watched by their owners in the leash free area. And must leash back up before exiting.
6. If your dog is sick please do not bring him/her to the romp
7. If you feel your dog becomes timid or aggressive towards other dogs, please remove them from the area and keep them on a leash at all times
9. If at any point you feel your dog is becoming overwhelmed, you may give him/her a break
by taking him/her for a walk on the many trails around the pet resort for a time out. These trails will also be a good way to cool your dog down
10. Bring your own water and food for your dog
11. Children must be supervised at all times at the romp. Please give full instructions to all children about how to interact with dogs, including taking care around big puppies that may still jump. We need to keep the children's safety in mind at all times as well!! They can easily get hurt.