1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Terms of Service

We care about your dog as much as you do! To promote responsible pet ownership, and to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet - and your peace of mind, we ask that all dogs and owners alike abide by these guidelines:

  • all dogs in our boarding and daycare programs must be spayed or neutered
  • all dogs must have had their second set of shots and be over 12 weeks of age (if a puppy).
  • A veterinarian’s certificate stating that all shots (DHLPPC or DA2PP with Lepto, Rabies and Bordatella) have been administered to your dog at least 7 days prior to attending our boarding or daycare programs.
  • All dogs must go through full registration and temperament testing prior to staying at our facility for dog boarding and doggie daycare programs.

Download Kamp K-9 Application Form. Complete the fillable PDF application form & save to your desktop. Please print and deliver in person or email the PDF version to us after completion.

We attempt to keep our website as up-to-date as possible. All prices found in this website are subject to change without prior notice. Kamp K-9 cannot be held liable for any pricing changes, mistakes, typos, misprints or updates.

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What They Said...

We had never left any of our dogs at a boarding facility before, but in late summer 2013 left our one year old griffon at KAMP K9. Sue was great, very helpful and we left feeling very confident that he was in good hands. He stayed 2 nights and...

Alison
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