Flea & Tick Season has arrived. Don't forget to protect your pets!

Frequently Asked Questions

What vaccines are required?

For the safety of all of our guests we require the following vaccines:     

  • Rabies 
  • Distemper or Distemper Titer 
  • Bordetella (kennel cough) 
  • Canine Flu - Recommended, but not required.  Please discuss with your vet.  

You are responsible for providing this information to us via email, fax or postal mail prior to your pet's visit with us.

Do you require my greyhound to be on a flea/tick preventative?

We do not require; however, we highly recommend that you have your greyhound on a grey-safe flea/tick preventative.  We strive to maintain a flea free resort and in the event your grey arrives with fleas, you will be charged $20 per Capstar treatment & $26 for a flea bath (if required).   

As we are located in the country, we regularly have visiting deer. Although the deer are welcome guests, the ticks they carry are not. Another good reason to have your greys on a preventative.

In an emergency, what veterinary clinic will you use?

Should your pet require veterinary attention during their stay at the Greyhound Resort, every effort will be made to use your veterinarian first. In the event that your vet is not available, we reserve the right to seek proper medical attention from the vet of our choice.  Our preferred clinics are the Broad Ripple Animal Clinic or the VCA Advanced Veterinary Care Center (24hr).  You, the owner, are solely responsible for any charges incurred.

What do I need to bring?

You may bring anything that you think will make your dog more comfortable!    

We recommend that you bring:      

  • Food
  • Medications 
  • Babies, other toys, etc.   

We provide:

  • Raised Kuranda beds and comfortable double layer fleecy bedding. No need to bring their bed, but you are welcome to bring a blanket that smells like home. 
  • Bowls
  • Treats

What is the schedule for feeding and playtime?

Feedings are done twice a day, generally at 6:30am & 4pm.  Playtime is four to five times a day. Approximate times are: 6am, 10am, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm.

Will my greyhound be let out to play with others & will they be supervised?

We evaluate personalities then we typically allow small groups (2-3 dogs) to play together. If you prefer for your greyhound to not play with others, we can let him or her out individually.

We are always out with the dogs supervising and giving extra attention!

Regretfully, we do not accept greyhound puppies under the age of 1 year.