I understand my pets must be current on their annual Physical Exam and the following vaccinations: distemper, parvovirus, rabies, bordetella (kennel cough), and fecal (intestinal parasite exam). If my pet has been vaccinated at another hospital or clinic, I understand RCPH must receive a copy of my pet’s vaccine records before my pet can participate in camp. Should I opt NOT to receive vaccine reminders from RCPH, I understand that I am responsible for keeping up with my pets’ required vaccines, as some veterinary clinics require boosters and/or fecal analysis at different times. RCPH follows the AAHA guidelines and requires that all dogs in group housing environments be vaccinated against kennel cough (bordetella) every 6 months. I understand that if my dog has not received a bordetella vaccine in over a year, there is a 5 day waiting period after receiving this vaccine before my pet will be eligible to participate in camp.
I understand that if my pet is coughing, having diarrhea, or not feeling well, they will not be eligible to participate in camp. I understand that my pets must be free of symptoms for at least 2 weeks prior to coming to camp.
SICKNESS/INCIDENTS WHILE DAYCAMPING
I understand that there are risks involved, including scrapes and cuts, which are commonplace due to the nature of dog play. More serious injuries cannot be predicted but I am aware harm or loss could come to my pet due to the unpredictable nature of animal play. I understand if my pet causes harm to another pet, I may be responsible for any medical charges that occur for the other pet. RCPH has the right to determine my level of financial responsibility, as each incident is different. If an emergency should arise, RCPH will do their best to contact me but in the event they cannot, I authorize RCPH to approve any medical treatment recommended by a veterinarian. I agree to reimburse RCPH for all expenses incurred due to such an event.
If your pet is receiving any other service such as grooming or veterinary services while in daycamp, please make sure we are notified of this in advance, as sometimes we are not able to accommodate last minute requests.
If we see evidence of fleas/ticks, Rogers County Pet Hospital will treat at owners' expense. Due to the large population of pets using our play yards, we do not accept responsibility if your pet contracts fleas or ticks while here.