Boarding designed for your dog!
What makes us Different:
At Cain's we understand that boarding your pet can be both a stressful and emotional situation. Our goal is to make both you and your pet's experience a peaceful and happy one.
All of our suites are fitted with custom built double pane tempered glass and internally reinforced doors. These doors expand your pet's environment and visibly reduce stress. These glass doors are extremely safe and can withstand well over 600 lbs of pressure. Just another reason why Cain's comes first when people think of dog boarding in Pensacola!
Our overnight rates for dogs:
$25 per night for Small rooms
$35 per night for Medium rooms
$45 per night for Large rooms
Each additional dog staying overnight in the same room is only $15 additional!
Our overnight rates for cats:
$20 per night in our kitty condo
and $10 for each additional cat in the same condo.
Professional, insured carers make sure your dog has a vacation as great as yours!
Our new All Suite Boarding facility is open and taking reservations! Dog boarding in Pensacola will no longer be the same! Located in the building directly behind the grooming building, Our kennels designed from floor to ceiling with feature designs from some of the top kennels in the country to create a boarding facility that is up to your standards as a pet parent. We know how scary it can be for you and your pet to leave them while you are away. Take comfort in knowing that at Cain's Dog House, your pet will receive lots of pampering, playtime, and personal attention. We took the best features of all the top kennels in the country and provide them at Pensacola prices.
Your companion will be treated as our own and provided with a very comfy room, furnished with a PetCot bed. The PetCot dog beds provide comfort and support for your dog while staying odor free and bacteria resistant. Since it is Florida and there is no shortage of heat or rain, we built our new kennel with a large indoor play area!
Vaccine Policies & Waiting Periods
Please refer to these guidelines when your pet is due for vaccines, if your pet does not meet these vaccine requirements and waiting periods, we may refuse service. As always, please let us know if you have any questions!
Before pets attend public spaces with other animals, a waiting period is suggested after receiving any vaccine, and there are different waiting periods suggested or different vaccines. These waiting periods help your pet build sufficient immunity to make them less susceptible to catching or transferring viruses. Our guests’ health and safety are most important, and the goal of these waiting periods is to keep your pet, your pet's playmates, and every furry friend of ours as healthy as possible!
Vaccine Waiting Policies:
*Puppies must be 4 months old to board and 6 months old to attend daycare.
1st Rabies & DHLPP 2nd round for puppies or rescued adults – wait period is 10 days
Rabies & DHLPP booster for adults – wait period is 5 days
Bordetella for all dogs – wait period is 10 days (preferably 14)
* Dogs must receive the Bordetella vaccine at least 10 days prior to daycare or boarding.
Canine cough can be contracted any time your dog comes in close contact with another dog even if fully vaccinated. All dogs attending daycare or boarding are required to have the Bordetella vaccination, however, there is not a vaccine available that will provide immunity against all strains of viruses that may cause canine cough. Cain’s Dog House and staff will in no way be held liable for any strain of canine cough your dog may contract while in daycare or boarding. The incubation period, or time it takes to show symptoms for Bordetella is between 2-14 days. Dogs should receive a booster form of the Bordetella vaccine every 6-12 months, depending on the risk factors for the dog.
*Kittens must be 4 months old to board.
1st Rabies, Feline Leukemia, & FVRCP 2nd round for kittens or rescued adults – wait period is 10 days
Rabies, Feline Leukemia & FVRCP booster for adults – wait period is 5 days
What if I don't want to vaccinate?
If you do not wish to vaccinate your pet, we will accept a titer test showing sufficient remaining antibodies from previous vaccines, along with a statement from your veterinarian that your pet is safe to attend boarding or daycare. Please ask your veterinarian about titers if you do not wish to vaccinate. If your pet has any known reactions or health risks associated with vaccines, we will accept a written statement from your veterinarian exempting your pet from those vaccines.
** SHELTER/RESCUE PETS POLICY **
Due to our facility not being set up like a veterinarian with isolation boarding (a separate kennel area and yard for quarantining pets), rescue/shelter pets must have been vaccinated and out of the shelter for 14 days prior to boarding or daycare.
If you are interested in expediting the check-in process you can fill out the form below before arrival. This form is also available at check-in if you need help filling out any sections.