Boarding for the pets of Mesa, AZ and beyond.
Bark Avenue Pet Resort’s caring staff aim to provide your pet with a stress-free boarding experience, customized to their individual needs. All stays come with two twenty minute potty breaks per day. After four nights, your pet will receive a complimentary departure bath before they head home to you. Additional playtime and grooming options are available for your best fur-end!
Choose from our various dog boarding options that fit your pet best. Our standard rooms are offered in three convenient sizes and are able to accommodate the smallest teacup Yorkie to a family of Labradors. Choose from Small, Medium, and Large or luxury suites. No matter what option you go with, we are confident your pet will enjoy their time here!
Large (4 x 8): $58/day
Additional Pet: $52/day
Medium (4 x 6): $52/day
Additional Pet: $45/day
Small (4 x 4): $46/day
Additional Pet: $42/day
Luxury Suite Boarding
(8 x 7): $75/day
Additional Pet: $55/day
Dog aggression: Bark Avenue Pet Resort can provide services to dogs that show signs of dog aggression as long as it is determined by our staff to be manageable with the resources we have, and at a level that is safe to all pets in our facility. Decisions regarding dog aggression are at the discretion of our staff.
Muzzles: If your pet enters the facility with a muzzle, our staff must be able to safely remove the muzzle in the lobby before they are accepted for services. Pets may not be boarded in a muzzle for their safety and comfort.
Pets with Medical Concerns: Bark Avenue Pet Resort is able to provide boarding, daycare and grooming to pets with specific medical needs on a case-by-case basis. Please discuss your pet’s specific needs and/or conditions with our staff at the time of scheduling your reservation, as we may not be equipped to provide care for all medical conditions. Our priority is the comfort and health of your pet. If our staff determines your pet is suffering a medical emergency during their stay, we will do everything in our power to contact you before we take them off premises for emergency treatment. Decisions regarding medical issues are at the discretion of our staff.
What to bring for your pet’s stay
Your pet’s comfort is our top priority – so let’s review what to bring (and what not to bring!) for their boarding stay:
Food: Boarding can be stressful for some pets, so keeping your pet on the same food they’re used to at home can help prevent stomach upset. Should your pet run out of food while they’re with us, we can provide meals with our house food – Nutrisource Chicken & Rice dry or canned, or Fromm by request. Bowls for food and water are provided – you do not need to bring in a bowl from home.
During their stay, breakfast is served between 5AM – 6AM, lunch between noon – 1PM and dinner between 6PM – 7PM. Meals can be fed at a specific time at your request to keep up with your pet’s routine. Because pets may become overly excited or nervous in a boarding environment, all pets rest for 45 minutes after meals to prevent illness.
Many pets may not have much of an appetite at first – our staff will notify you if we see this with your pet, and with your permission may add some tempting, tasty food to entice them.
We do not allow rawhide chews, bully sticks or any other similar type chews to be fed to your pet in their lodging, as these present a choking hazard.
Toys: For your pet’s safety, we do not allow toys unsupervised while in their lodgings, as they could be a choking hazard. If you would like your pet to have a specific toy from home during their playtime, just let the front desk know! We typically do not allow toys in group play as pets may become possessive over their belongings.
Bedding: Bring any bedding or blankets that will make your pet feel at home! Remember that some pets can become stressed during boarding, and if our staff notice a pet is chewing/destroying their bedding we will remove it for their safety and replace it with our own pet-safe bedding. Oversized bedding is not recommended to allow plenty of room for your pet to stretch their legs and to store food/water bowls.
CHOOSE THE BEST PLAYTIME OPTION FOR YOUR PET WHILE THEY ARE HERE:
We believe it’s important to give your pet the enrichment they need regardless if you choose the standard or luxury boarding option. We also understand that every pet is different, whether they are social or independent, big or small, so we came up with two additional play options to add to your pet’s boarding needs:
Option 1: Join Day Care - $16/night
Each dog is given a temperament test upon the first visit, then is assigned a group according to size and weight for safety. Your dog will enjoy time indoors and outdoors throughout their day, all while under the direct supervision of an Animal Care Guardian.
Option 2: One-on-one Play Times - $20 Per Pet per session
This option is for canine guests who prefer to enjoy our individual one-on-one play with our Animal Care Guardians while they stay with us. These are $20 per pet per session and are 10-minute one-on-one individual play sessions.
Additional Services & Activities
- Medication Administration: $6/day
- Flea & Tick Preventative (Vectra): $25
- Insulin Administration: $40
- Special treats (peanut butter Kong, pupcicle, frozen bone broth): $6
- Late-night potty break: $10
- Pool time (20 minutes of supervised swimming): $18
- Group Daycare Play: $20
- 1-on-1 Play Time (with humans, no dogs): $20
*FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR GUESTS, THE POOL IS CLOSED DURING RAIN OR STORMY WEATHER, FALL, AND WINTER MONTHS. IN PLACE OF SWIM PLAY A ONE-ON-ONE PLAYTIME CAN BE PROVIDED FOR AN ADDITIONAL $14.
Additional Pet: $30/day
Catego Flea & Tick Treatment: $25
Cat Tuna Treat: $4
Cat Salmon Treat: $4