Our affordable and luxurious services were crafted with a focus on luxury, relaxation, and privacy in mind. This is what makes LV Dog Resort a one-of-a-kind dog hotel and your top choice for Las Vegas dog boarding.
When you and your pet first step into our facility, you will enter an entirely new experience where you are greeted and cared for like family.
Best of all, the level of luxury and attention is competitive and affordable.
While most other boarding facilities in town charge for basic services such as play time, we have the policy of "no hidden fees".
When your dog stays with us, you get the same luxurious and attentive care All the Time, Every Time.
Our private and luxurious rooms are the perfect choice for your precious pup. All guests experience...
We have all the items that your pet will need during their stay. We only accept dog food, medications, treats, and 1 small toy. We do not accept beds, blankets or water & food bowls. We clean water bowls at least 2 times a day and would hate for your bowl to get lost in the mix of our many daily guests.
We have treats already available at the hotel. However, if your pet has a specific treat that they like, even better!
We recommend that each guest bring their own food so that we can avoid tummy aches, allergies, and a sticky mess.
We rotate all of our dog guests outside to a potty area with pet grass every hour and a half by family so they have privacy. Of course if they happen to go in their room or within the play area, our attentive staff are quick to clean it up so that other pets don't play with it or get dirty. Did we mention that all guests receive a complimentary bath before checkout?
Dinner is served at 5pm typically and TVs with doggy favorites are turned on at 7pm right before bedtime so that they can relax and let the day's adventures and fun sink in.
If you are curious about the accommodations you can visit our facility and have a walk-through tour. No reservations are required for tours. Tour hours are Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 2:30 pm Sat from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and Sunday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Due to safety and liability reasons, no pets are allowed during tour times but you can definitely tell them all about when you get home.
Each guest must meet our vaccinations standards before admittance, this includes being vaccinated for Rabies, Bordetella and Distemper Parvo Combo. Vaccine records can be faxed to (702) 948-4960 directly from your vet. Pets requiring vaccination updates must have the vaccination(s) administered prior to check in. LV Dog Resort maintains the right to decline admission of any animal visitor for any sort of factor whenever we see fit that does not have evidence or proof of inoculations, presents indications of unattended or possibly infectious problems, shows hostile actions or habits, or that does not pass our basic health and wellness as well as character policies.
Yes. Due to the safety and well-being of our guests, every dog and cat must be have up-to-date vaccination records that will be requested from your primary vet provider. You can have your vet fax us @ (702) 948-4960 or upload them directly into your account.
We have all the items that your pet will need during their stay. We do not accept bedding, blankets or bowls. You may bring a toy with pet if you would like.
Not a problem. They will get private free play before bed time in the outdoor/indoor parks with staff so that they can still spend energy and get restful and relaxing sleep.
How will I know that my dog is enjoying him or herself?
We know that the first few times that dogs stay with us, they can be a little anxious. Who can blame them? They miss the most special person in the world to them. We constantly monitor all pets to make sure they are happy and healthy!
Do you charge extra for my dog if they are intact?
What if my dog is in heat. Will I have to pay more?
How much does it cost?
Can you pick up my pet from my home?
When, what and where will my pet have breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
Can I visit my dog during their stay?
Is there a minimum amount of time that my pet has to stay?
What if my dog has trouble falling asleep at night? I'd feel awful if he stayed up all night missing me!
Is there an extra charge for giving medication to my dog while they are staying with you?