Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA: Exploring Your Canine's Home Away From Home

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Loving families available for dog sitting

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Venchi

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Labradoodle

  Weight: 60 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

About my dog, Venchi: Well-mannered labradoodle, 2 years old --- About my home: Single-family residence with a back yard ---

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Sandy

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Labradoodle

  Weight: 35 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Female

I have a mini labradoodle (35 lbs) that is 1 year old. I prefer to host doodle or poodle mixes because of my allergies. I also prefer medium sized (40 lbs or less) to small dogs. My dog is not allowed on the bed. I have an infant son.

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Oscar

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Standard Schnauzer

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

I’m a retired nurse however I work about 4hr per day watching 2 children after school. I take my dog to a local dog park every day. He plays well with other dogs of all sizes. I live in a small house that has a small patio area where pets can go potty!

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Williw

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Labrador Retriever

  Weight: 40 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Female

Willow is a 14 month old, 42 LB, female fox-red Labrador Retriever. She loves to fetch and play with other dogs. She is great with people, yet seems timid around young children. She loves to walk and be outdoors, but can be distracted by squirrels, so walker needs to be aware if they catch her attention. Her disposition is sweet and easygoing.

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Logan

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Pomeranian

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

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Ruby

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Labradoodle

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Female

We’re a fun loving couple who love to rock climb and spend a lot of time outdoors. We have an 11 month old mini Australian Labradoodle Ruby who is an absolute love bug.

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Biggie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Golden Retriever

  Weight: 35 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Male

Biggie is a rescue dog from Mexico! He is a golden retriever mix and the sweetest boy ever. He is a friend to all! My partner and I love dogs and have a history of pet sitting. We are comfortable hosting dogs up to a medium size based on lease restrictions. Biggie has had quite the hard life: he was abandoned and abused in Mexico. Shortly after we adopted him we found out he had a type of cancer called TVT. He underwent 7 rounds of chemo and now he is completely cured! He is the most deserving dog and we plan to give him the best life we can.

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Thor

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: West Highland White Terrier

  Weight: 25 lbs

  Age: 13 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi there! I'm a very dog friendly person. I have a 1 bedroom but a large dog park beside me as well! Thor is very well behaved and loves being loved!

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Stella

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Labrador Retriever

  Weight: 60 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

We are a family of three, wifey, our cute Stella lab and myself. We both are working professional and Stella is stay home dog 😬. She is a human and food loving dog. She is very independent and adjust well in new surroundings. She can sleep all day given no distraction. She prefers home over parks ( or so my wifey thinks). We enjoy mix of things like hikes, parks and watching a movie.

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Brewer

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Labradoodle

  Weight: 30 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Male

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Cali

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavapoo

  Weight: 10 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

Cali is an 11 pound, four year-old Cavapoo. She loves to snuggle on her humans’ laps and play ball. She is completely house trained, and crate trained. She sleeps in her crate at night and while we are gone from the house.She tolerates other dogs, but prefers humans. She’s not at all aggressive towards other dogs, just a bit shy. We are a family of four with a teen daughter and tween son, and would be open to swapping dog sitting services with other families that have small hypoallergenic dogs who are also crate trained and house trained. 

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Lucy

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Havanese

  Weight: 10 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Female

Lucy is painfully cute, but transitions slowly. She loves to play with small, young, friendly dogs.

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Mango

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi

  Weight: 30 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi everyone! Mango, my boyfriend, and I live in Mountain View in an apartment with a rooftop dog park and a great dog community. Mango is a corgi puppy (a year and a few months) and loves fetch and playing with dogs. We have hybrid jobs but someone always tends to be at home during work hours. Doggies will get a minimum of three walks/potty breaks a day!

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Nicky & Pluto

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Chihuahua

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Male

  Breed: Cockapoo

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Male

Quiet home. Me and my husband, both work from home and will be home mostly. Dogs must be fully potty trained to go outside only. We have a small fenced backyard and a doggie door bell. Dogs are not allowed on furniture. Dogs gets treat toys to work with all day. I walk them 30 mins in the morning and 30 mins in the evening. Must be crate trained and sleeps in their own crate/playpen at night.

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Kavik

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Siberian Husky

  Weight: 80 lbs

  Age: 7 years old

  Gender: Male

I am a foster for a rescue, and from time to time, I will be thrilled to take a break while having my neighbors take care of my animals. Of course, I would love to do the same!

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Ellie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cockapoo

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

I am a stay at home mom with 12 year old girl who loves animals. We have a 3 year old, 14lbs, female mini cockapoo, Ellie, who loves to lounge and play ball at the dog park. She’s nervous of large, barky dogs and unpredictable puppies.

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Tori

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Goldendoodle

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Female

We are a small family living in an apartment at Mission Bay. Both my partner and I work from home most of the days. We have a soon to be 1 year old goldendoodle Tori with us! She is around 15lbs and is very active and energetic. She is shy and gets scared easily but she is very curious and loves to meet other dogs and people!

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Koko

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Golden Retriever

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Female

Koko is a goofy, human loving and a submissive dog. She loves her ball; and loves human company around. She is also very friendly with other dogs. Might not play generally as much, but loves other dog’s company. If the other dog is playful enough, she might play- her preference has always been females. She hardly barks, good with walks and her food.She will be loyal to you till your last breath!

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Aafat

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Goldendoodle

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

We love hosting dogs & Aafu loves meeting new friends & playing with them.

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Altai

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Labradoodle

  Weight: 30 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi, My name is Anastasia, and I have an Australian Labradoodle Altai. He loves to play fetch with frisbee, and tug of war with ropes. He loves to do tricks for a treat and will never miss an opportunity to roll in the grass. He loves to go for a run with me and walks. He sleeps most of the time when I'm working from home and wait for me to play with him in the evening. He is crate-trained and house-trained and will ask before jumping on the sofa. I'm allergic to most dog breeds and would be able to host Poodles or Labradoodle small to medium size.

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Zeni

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Pooshi

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

Hi Everyone! My name is Danni. My best friend, Zeni, is a Poo-shi. She is half Toy Poodle and half Shiba Inu.

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Ziggy

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Miniature Schnauzer

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Male

Bay area Indian techie works for a digital fitness company, lives in Mountain View works remotely and lives with her two fur babies Ziggy and Zoey. Love being outdoors, hiking, going to dog parks.

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Lulu

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Labradoodle

  Weight: 45 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi I'm Mengdi, I live with my husband and 2 cats, and our pup Lulu in Mountain View. Lulu is a 1yr old Australian Labradoodle boy, who is very friendly to all human and dogs. He still has puppy energy when he saw other dogs, and is very playful, an older and layback dog may find him annoying. He doesn't shed, and doesn't drool. Two 15min walks a day would be good for him, or playtime in the backyard then no walks is also fine. He is potty trained and crate trained, sleeping outside the crate is also fine for him, doesn't need to be in the bedroom with people. We don't need to get up early to walk him, he does not mind taking the first walk at around 10am. He does counter surfing from time to time, steals unattended food on the counter or table:( He does not chew or destroy any furniture, but he likes to chew on paper, cardboard and plush toys. We live in a townhouse, close to dog parks and we both WFH. Love to host your dog if it's a good fit!

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Cherrie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Beagle

  Weight: 35 lbs

  Age: 9 years old

  Gender: Female

We're a family of dog lovers and our adorable Beagle Cherrie is the queen of our house.

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Suri

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavapoo

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Female

Hello everyone! 🐾 Suri is a playful 13lbs Cavapoo who loves humans and FOOD. Chicken bread is her all time favorite treat and liver is a close favorite 🤤 Suri loves going on walks and meeting other dogs, but is a little timid around bigger dogs. Gets along really well with other small doodles / dogs, and loves playing with humans even more. She might jump on you for attention, but a simple "off!" command should do the trick 😁 Suri usually goes on walks once a day for ~30min and has free roam of the house otherwise. She happily stays in a pen / crate when we leave the house, especially if she has a toy with her. She sleeps in her own bed but occasionally in ours when she's freshly showered 🤭 Suri is potty trained, she goes both outdoors and indoors on bark potty / fresh patch. She might take a while to warm up to a new potty area outside though - encouraging her to Go Potty with a treat in hand usually helps ☺️ We live in a townhouse with a park nearby. Happy to dog sit for you if the dates work out! Our preference is for smaller dogs since Suri is timid around medium - large dogs 😅 Would love to play with your dog some time :)

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John Smith

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Test

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 34 years old

  Gender: Male

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Waffle

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavapoo

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Male

Waffle is a cute, smart, playful goofball that listens and knows basic commands

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Kai

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Shepherd

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

Kai is an Aussie and German Shepard mix according to DNA. She sort of looks like a blonde German Shepherd with short hair, and white Aussie markings. She’s very gentle, playful, doesn’t bark, friendly around other dogs, non-aggressive, leash friendly, and has no problem with my two cats. She LOVES walks and the beach! I’m not a fan of dog parks because too many people don’t keep track of their dogs, and/or bring aggressive ones to the park.

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Zella

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

  Weight: 5 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Female

Friendly. New puppy, working on training. Like cuddly dogs and nice ones! Have a 15 year old son as well.

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Marco

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Labrador Retriever

  Weight: 60 lbs

  Age: 9 years old

  Gender: Male

We are friendly and our Pup loves meeting other dogs

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Zuko

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Siberian Husky

  Weight: 65 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Male

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Mollie and Milo (litter mates)

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi

  Weight: 25 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

Our dogs are typical corgis, smart and entertaining, food motivated and energetic. They are a bonded pair. Would prefer to trade with other corgi owners

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Katsu

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cockapoo

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: 5 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi there, We're a family of 4, with Katsu and our toddler son. We live in a peaceful neighborhood in Mountain View.

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Mojo

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Golden Retriever

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Male

I'm a new dog parent and learning to live life with a furry friend. Mojo is a calm and friendly gentle doggo who loves to play.

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Charlie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Australian Shepherd

  Weight: 60 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Male

I love my humans and my baby sister to the moon and back 😊

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Loki

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Labrador Retriever

  Weight: 80 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Male

I am a software engineer living in mountain view for many years. I adopted Loki who is now 3 years old and neutered. He is a lab mix and loves to play fetch. He is slow to warm up to new faces but gets deeply attached thereafter. He loves to play with smaller dogs.

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Sebastian

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

  Weight: 25 lbs

  Age: 6 years old

  Gender: Male

I have a 5 year old cavalier king charles spaniel. He's very laid back and low energy. Loves short walks and napping.

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Pixy & Shaash

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Siberian Husky

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Male

  Breed: Flat-Coated Retriever

  Weight: 60 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Male

He Isa bit shy and needs time to warm up to anyone but once he knows you he loves to play but also enjoys sitting and sleeping in a corner

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Sapphire

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: German Shepherd

  Weight: 50 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Female

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Mochi

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Goldendoodle

  Weight: 35 lbs

  Age: 2 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi, my name is Alanis, and I live in Mountain View. I have 7 and a half month old mini golden doodle, his name is Mochi, and he is about 35 lbs.

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Cookie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Golden Retriever

  Weight: 80 lbs

  Age: 5 years old

  Gender: Female

Cookie is the sweetest golden!

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Basler

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog

  Weight: 80 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Male

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Maui

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Goldendoodle

  Weight: 45 lbs

  Age: 1 year old

  Gender: Male

We are a family of 2 and our sweet dog . Maui is our golden doodle dog who is 4 years old and weighs 47 pounds . He is a very lovable dog who loves people .

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Ollie

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Terrier mix

  Weight: 15 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

Hi, I’m Julie. My husband and I live in Mountain View with our 1 year old terrier mix, Ollie. I work from home and have a fenced patio for Ollie and other dogs to play with. Ollie is a small but energetic terrier mix, that we adopted in October 2021. He loves to play, cuddle, and will do nearly anything for a treat!

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Kaju

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Goldendoodle

  Weight: 30 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Male

My partner and I both work in tech. Our dog is playful but also likes to nap a lot.

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Mizu

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Cavapoo

  Weight: 20 lbs

  Age: Puppy (less than 1 year old)

  Gender: Female

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Luna

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Great Pyrenees

  Weight: 75 lbs

  Age: 4 years old

  Gender: Female

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Atlas

Mountain View, CA

  Breed: Golden Retriever

  Weight: 80 lbs

  Age: 3 years old

  Gender: Male

We are an active two dog family who love everything outdoors.

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Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA: Exploring Your Canine's Home Away From Home

Are you a dog owner in Mountain View, CA, who loves to travel or frequently finds themselves out of town? If so, you're probably familiar with the struggle of finding affordable and reliable dog boarding options. The good news is that there's a thriving dog community right here in Mountain View that offers a unique solution - a community of dog lovers who watch each other's furry companions while they're away. In this article, we'll explore all things related to dog boarding near Mountain View, CA, and how this dog-loving community can be the perfect solution for you and your four-legged friend.

Dog Boarding Options

When it comes to dog boarding near Mountain View, CA, you have several options to choose from. Whether you're looking for traditional boarding facilities or more personalized, home-like settings, there's something for every dog owner.


Traditional Boarding Facilities

Boarding facilities provide a structured environment with trained and professional staff, ensuring the well-being of your dog during your absence. Typically, dogs are accommodated in individual kennels, providing a secure and comfortable space for each pet. Many facilities also incorporate activities and playtime into their services, allowing dogs to socialize, exercise, and receive mental stimulation, enhancing their overall experience while in the facility.


In-Home Dog Boarding

When you choose this option, your dog stays in a welcoming home environment with a host family, which ensures a more personalized and homey experience for your furry companion. This arrangement is particularly suitable for dogs that thrive in a family setting, offering them the comfort, attention, and care akin to their own home. It's an excellent choice for pet owners seeking a warm and loving environment for their dogs when they are away.


Dog Boarding Community

In Mountain View, a unique concept has emerged where dog owners collaborate to provide care for each other's pets. This innovative approach offers a cost-effective and personalized alternative to traditional boarding facilities. By participating in this community-driven solution, dog owners can ensure their furry companions receive individualized attention and care within a familiar home environment when they are away. This concept not only promotes trust and cooperation among neighbors but also provides a reliable and cost-efficient option for pet care in the area.


Dog Community

Mountain View boasts a vibrant dog community where dog owners have formed a close-knit network. This community not only provides companionship for your furry friend but also offers a fantastic solution for dog boarding.


Experience Stress-Free Dog Boarding With WoofyClub!

Discover the perfect solution for dog parents in Mountain View, CA. With WoofyClub, you'll enjoy:

  • Caring Families, Not Kennels: Say goodbye to traditional boarding facilities. Your dog will stay in a loving home environment with local dog parents who genuinely care.
  • Cost-Free Convenience: We believe in community and connection. Experience free dog boarding with fellow dog lovers in your area. No more expensive fees!
  • Peace of Mind: Rest easy knowing your furry friend is in good hands. Our network of trusted caregivers ensures your dog's safety, comfort, and happiness.
  • Local Love: Support your local dog community while exploring a unique approach to boarding. Join our mission of fostering happy tails and forming lasting friendships.
  • Your Dog's Home Away from Home: From playtime to cuddles, your dog will receive personalized attention, making their stay enjoyable and stress-free.

At WoofyClub, we're more than just a service – we're a community united by the love for our furry companions. Experience the joy of free dog boarding with local dog parents. Join the WoofyClub family today and provide your dog with a home away from home.


Most Popular Dog Breeds In Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA

Are you wondering what breeds of dogs are commonly boarded in the Mountain View area? Here are some of the most popular ones:

  • Labrador Retriever
  • German Shepherd
  • Golden Retriever
  • French Bulldog
  • Bulldog
  • Poodle
  • Beagle
  • Rottweiler
  • Yorkshire Terrier
  • Boxer


Average Cost Of Dog Boarding In Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA

The cost of dog boarding can vary widely depending on the type of boarding you choose and the amenities included. On average, you can expect to pay between $25 and $85 per night. In-home boarding and dog community options tend to be more cost-effective compared to traditional facilities.


Is Dog Boarding Good For Your Dog?

Dog boarding offers a fantastic option for your furry friend, providing a safe and comfortable environment during your absence. This arrangement comes with several benefits, including valuable opportunities for socialization with other dogs, professional care and supervision, regular exercise, and structured routines that help maintain a sense of normalcy for your pet. These advantages contribute to a positive and enjoyable experience for your dog while ensuring their well-being and happiness throughout their stay.


Why Dogs Are Happier Staying With A Family Than Dog Boarding

Many dogs thrive in a family environment, and staying with a host family or within a dog-loving community can be more enjoyable for them than traditional boarding. Dogs are social animals, and being around people and other pets can reduce stress and anxiety. Plus, the personalized attention they receive can make them feel right at home.


Finding The Right Dog Boarding Match

When it comes to finding the perfect dog boarding match in Mountain View, CA, there are several factors to consider. To ensure your dog's well-being and your peace of mind while you're away, follow these guidelines:


Assess Your Dog's Needs And Personality

When planning for your dog's care, it's essential to consider various factors that can impact their well-being and comfort. Begin by evaluating your dog's age, temperament, and activity level, as these traits can influence the type of care and environment that suits them best. Determine if they have any special requirements, such as medication or dietary restrictions, that need to be addressed during their stay. Additionally, consider your dog's socialization preferences and whether they are comfortable and get along well with other dogs, as this can affect their experience in communal settings. Taking these aspects into account ensures that you make a choice that aligns with your beloved pet's individual needs and ensures their happiness and contentment during your absence.


Research Local Boarding Options

It's essential to explore various options, including traditional boarding facilities, in-home boarding, and local dog communities. To make an informed decision, take the time to read reviews, check references, and, if feasible, visit the facilities in person. Most importantly, ensure that the chosen boarding arrangement aligns with your dog's specific needs and preferences, as tailoring their environment and care to match their personality ensures a comfortable and content experience for your beloved companion during your absence.


Meet The Caregivers

It's crucial to take a thoughtful approach. Start by scheduling meetings with potential candidates and carefully observe their interactions with your dog. Ask questions about their experience and daily routines to ensure they align with your pet's needs. Trust your instincts during this process; choose someone who genuinely cares for your dog's well-being and fosters a sense of trust and comfort for both you and your furry friend. This diligent selection process ensures that your dog receives the best possible care and attention while you're away.


Plan A Trial Stay

Before embarking on an extended trip, it's advisable to arrange a trial stay for your dog, either for a day or overnight. This trial period serves several important purposes: it allows your dog to acclimate to the new environment and caregivers, helping them feel more comfortable during the longer stay. Additionally, it provides you with an opportunity to evaluate the compatibility between your dog and the boarding facility or caregivers, ensuring that both parties are a good match and that your beloved pet will receive the care and attention they need while you're away.


Tips For A Smooth Transition: Preparing Your Dog For Boarding

A smooth transition into boarding is essential for your dog's comfort and happiness. Here are some tips to ensure your furry friend adjusts well:

  • Familiarize Your Dog with the Boarding Environment
  • Pack the Essentials
  • Maintain Your Routine
  • Leave Contact Information


Dog-Friendly Activities In Mountain View

While your dog is enjoying their boarding stay, you can explore dog-friendly activities in Mountain View, CA. Here are some fun options:


Visit Dog-Friendly Parks

Discover dog-friendly destinations in the area, such as Cuesta Park, where your pup can run and socialize off-leash. For a more relaxed outing, take a leisurely stroll with your dog at Shoreline Park, enjoying the serene surroundings. These options offer a range of experiences to cater to your dog's exercise and socialization needs while providing a chance for you both to enjoy the outdoors.


Pet-Friendly Dining

Explore the local dining scene in Mountain View, where you can find a variety of restaurants with outdoor seating areas that warmly welcome dogs. Many cafes and eateries in the area are known for their pet-friendly policies, making it a delightful experience to dine out with your four-legged companion.


Hiking Adventures

Embark on scenic hikes with your dog on nearby trails such as Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. Remember to keep your dog leashed and adhere to park regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for both your pet and fellow hikers.


Keeping Your Dog Healthy: Vaccinations And Preventative Measures

Maintaining your dog's health is crucial, especially in a communal boarding environment. Here's what you need to know:

  • Vaccination Requirements: Ensure your dog is up-to-date on core vaccinations like rabies, distemper, and parvovirus.
  • Parasite Prevention: Keep your dog protected from fleas, ticks, and heartworms with appropriate preventatives.
  • Communicate Special Health Needs: Inform caregivers of any specific health concerns or allergies your dog may have.


Local Dog-Friendly Activities And Parks In Mountain View, CA

Mountain View offers a variety of dog-friendly activities and parks for you and your furry companion to enjoy:


Rengstorff Park

  • This park features a designated off-leash area for dogs to romp and play.
  • It's a great spot for socialization and exercise.


Stevens Creek Trail

  • Take a scenic walk with your dog along the Stevens Creek Trail.
  • Leash laws apply, so be sure to keep your dog on a leash.


Dog-Friendly Events

  • Keep an eye out for dog-friendly events and gatherings in the area.
  • They offer fantastic opportunities for your dog to socialize and have fun.


Final Thoughts On Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA

Finding the right dog boarding solution near Mountain View, CA doesn't have to be a daunting task. Whether you opt for a traditional boarding facility, in-home boarding, or the supportive dog community, the key is ensuring your furry companion receives the love and care they deserve while you're away.

At WoofyClub, we understand the importance of keeping your dog happy and safe. That's why we're here to help. Our platform connects dog parents with caring families who are ready to watch your dogs when you need it, and the best part is, it's free of charge!

Don't wait any longer to give your dog the best boarding experience possible. Sign up at WoofyClub today and join our community of dog lovers who are ready to provide a loving home for your four-legged family member. Your dog's next adventure awaits!


Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Boarding Near Mountain View, CA

Do I need to provide proof of vaccinations for my dog?

Most boarding facilities require up-to-date vaccination records to ensure the safety of all dogs.


What is the best dog boarding option in Mountain View, CA?

It depends on your dog's needs and your preferences. Consider in-home boarding or the local dog community for a more personalized experience.


How do I find a reliable dog boarder in Mountain View, CA?

Ask for recommendations from fellow dog owners in your area or search online for reviews and ratings.


Is in-home dog boarding safe for my pet?

In-home dog boarding can be safe when you choose a reputable and responsible host family. Ask for references and visit the home beforehand.


Are there any discounts or packages available for frequent travelers?

Some dog boarders offer discounts for extended stays or frequent customers. Inquire with local providers.


What should I pack for my dog when they go for boarding?

Pack your dog's food, medications, favorite toys, and any comfort items they need to feel at home.


Is there a minimum or maximum age for dogs to be accepted for boarding?

Boarding facilities may have age restrictions, so it's essential to inquire in advance.


How far in advance should I arrange to board my dog with the community?

It's recommended to plan as early as possible, especially during peak travel seasons. Giving ample notice helps other members prepare for taking care of your dog. In fact, we usually see families start looking for boarding options 2 months before their vacation. You should start thinking about boarding as soon as you have travel dates in mind and ideally even before booking your ticket!


Can I visit my dog during their boarding stay?

Some facilities allow visits, but it's best to discuss this with the boarder ahead of time.


What happens if my dog has a medical emergency during their stay?

Reputable boarders have protocols in place for emergencies and will contact you or your designated emergency contact if needed.


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