Centennial Kennels Policies
New Policies at Centennial Kennels
For the safety of your pet, all pets must be on a leash or in a carrier. Even small dogs that are carried must have a leash attached
ALL cats MUST be in a carrier. No cats will be carried loose upstairs or downstairs. If you do not have a carrier, we will sell you one. There is too much chance of intermingling between dogs & cats.
Medications – Due to changing conditions, we are updating our medication policies. We feel that increases in medications mean that we are taking on some medically fragile pets that we may not be trained to handle. We want only the best for your pet and in some circumstances, we may not be the right choice to handle or monitor a pet with serious medical conditions. It is also hard for us to determine which dogs are medically fragile. Our best attempt at this time, is to discourage dogs that need a lot of medication or more complicated and difficult types of treatment.
Medication will be defined as any pill, tablet, ointment, liquid, spray, etc given to your pet. Anything that is not ‘food’. We will be charging increasing fees for each medication that your pets takes. And we will be asking for more detailed information about these medications. There will be a penalty charged if we are not given basic information about medications. So please, if the treatment isn’t medically necessary, please leave it at home.
We do NOT accept medications that are hazardous to handle or time sensitive (gloves required, must be given at 7am, etc)
We do NOT accept dogs that are difficult to medicate
These new policies are for the safety of your pet.