Two daily meals, bedding, blankets, toys, constant access to fresh, clean drinking water, daily maid service, two daily play times each 20 minutes in length (staffed), concrete floor with rug on top, solid walls, wire front door, industrial fans, hydro spa bath when staying five days or more.
1.5m x 2.4x indoor room.
Two daily meals, bedding, blankets, toys, constant access to fresh, clean drinking water, daily maid service, two daily play times each 40 minutes in length (staffed), concrete floor with rug on top, solid walls, in-room air conditioning, glass sliding door, hydro spa bath when staying five days or more.
2m x 3x indoor room.
Two daily meals, bedding, blankets, toys, constant access to fresh, clean drinking water, daily maid service, two daily play times each 30 minutes in length (staffed), tiled floor with rugs, solid walls, in-room air conditioning, French glass doors, television, leather lounge suite, hydro spa bath when staying five days or more.
3m x 3x indoor room.
Two daily meals, bedding, blankets, toys, constant access to fresh, clean drinking water, daily maid service, three daily play times each 30 minutes in length (staffed time), tiled floor with rugs, solid walls, French glass doors, in-room airconditioning, glass, television, lounge suite, hydro spa bath and blow dry.
3m x 3x indoor room with 24/7 access to safe, secure. 2m x 3m outdoor yard.
Two daily meals, bedding, blankets, toys, constant access to fresh, clean drinking water, daily maid service, three daily play times each 40 minutes in length (staffed time), tiled floor with rugs, solid walls, French glass doors, in-room airconditioning, glass, television, lounge suite, hydro spa bath and blow dry.
4m x 3x indoor room with 24/7 access to safe, secure. 3m x 3m outdoor yard.
So what's the difference between Twin Share and Private?
Each of our five room options can be booked as either a Twin Share or a Private, so it’s still the same room, the option just depends on if your dog would like to have the room to them self or if they’d prefer to share that room with a friend. With dogs who do not live together at home, we will only board two dogs together at any one time, except under special circumstances, in which case you would be notified about the situation prior to boarding.
If you have a dog who thoroughly enjoys the company of another dog, the Twin Share option may be suitable. We match dogs in the Twin Share option according to size and temperament, so if you have a small, calm dog, your dog would be matched with another dog who is small, who would like to integrate but not be too over the top during play. If you have a large, playful dog, your dog would be matched to someone who wouldn’t mind playing the day away with your dog. There are endless combinations of pet traits.
There are instances where you may book your dog into a Twin Share room, but we may not have a dog boarding with us during that time who is suitable to share the room with your dog (Eg. Dogs got alone but one was much more playful than the other). If this occurs, we will be in touch with you to let you know that we weren’t able to find a match.
We are very particular about which dogs share with one another, and out introduction process can take up to 3 or 4 hours. It’s most certainly not something we take lightly as we must ensure that both guests will feel comfortable to be with one another during their stay. If there are any signs of anti-social behaviour from either dogs the introduction progress is ceased immediately.
When dogs are matched up, sometimes the dates that their booking goes for does not align. Your dog may be here for seven days, and their initial match may only be here for the first three days. The introduction process begins again once their first match has left.
If your dog has never boarded with us before, it’s highly recommended to book them a Private room so that you know the room is readily available for them to have them self should they require it. It’s very easy for us to change to a Twin Share, but due to availability, it’s not always easy for us to do it the other way around. Please get in touch with us if you’re unsure about which option is best for your dog.
The Importance of Dog and Cat Vaccines and Where to Find Dog Boarding Kennels, a Dog Hotel, or Luxury Accommodation on the Gold Coast
Most of us worry about our pets when we can’t be with them, but did you know there are genuine threats to your dog or cat’s well-being even when he’s right beside you? Dangerous diseases that can be debilitating or even deadly are invisible, yet they are a considerable risk to your pet if he is not vaccinated against them. Vaccinations help your dog or cat stay safe and protected from some of the most common – and most contagious – diseases that affect far too many dogs and cats each year.
Some pet owners make the mistake of thinking that their pets don’t need to be vaccinated if they keep them away from sick animals. Unfortunately, this is a serious fallacy that results in many sick pets (and surprised owners). Sick animals may leave infectious bacteria and viruses behind after they sneeze or cough; your pet may then sniff or lick these areas and become infected. It’s easy to see why dog boarding kennels require dogs and cats to be current on their immunisations.
How vaccinations work
Vaccinations work because they contain inactive strains of specific bacteria and viruses that can help your dog or cat’s immune system create antibodies so that they can fight off that pathogen the next time they encounter it. Vaccinations protect dogs from diseases such as parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, and canine cough; cats receive protection from enteritis, feline respiratory disease, feline leukaemia, feline immunodeficiency virus, and more.
It’s not enough only to go in for one round of injections. For full protection, annual booster vaccinations are necessary. Be sure to follow the schedule your vet recommends. Yearly vaccinations not only keep your pet healthy and happy but they also provide a regular time for you to speak with your vet about any other concerns as well.
If you’re looking for cat or dog boarding on the Gold Coast, your pet will be required to have current vaccination records. A good dog hotel on the Gold Coast will always protect all its canine and feline guests by making sure they are all up-to-date on their shots and healthy. Puppies and kittens require three initial vaccinations when they’re very young and then annual booster vaccinations and check-ups for life. Our requirements are C5 in dogs, and F3 in cats, and these vaccinations need to be conducted within the last 12 months, but not within 10 days of the arrival date to our resort. Be sure to ask your vet if you have any questions about your pet’s full protection and contact our friendly team to find out more about the vaccination requirements.
AAA Pet Resort: Luxury cat and dog accommodation on the Gold Coast
It’s easy to see why luxury dog kennels on the Gold Coast require dogs and cats to be current on their vaccinations. When you’re looking for accommodation for your dog or cat while you’re travelling, any reputable pet hotel will require this. At AAA Pet Resort, we do everything we can to pamper and protect all our furry guests. Contact us today to schedule a visit or book your pet’s stay in our luxury boarding facility.