Town Ordinances

Straight from the Sheriff of Hounds Town

We require a no-cost temperament evaluation for all new campers (daycare and boarding)

We do not breed discriminate. We love and respect all dogs and if your pooch is friendly and interacts well with other dogs and humans he will be accepted regardless of the breed. We group dogs by size, temperament, and energy level.

All campers must be up to date on vaccinations (rabies, distemper, and bordetella) otherwise they will not be allowed to stay. We ask that you don’t bring your dog to Hounds Town within 7 days of a vet visit (dogs can pick up airborne illness at the vet). Even if your dog is vaccinated, there is still a possibility he will get sick.

Dogs must be at least 4 months old and cleared by a veterinarian to interact with other dogs.

Dogs must be spayed and neutered by 6 months old.

Reservations are required for boarding.

All customers must have a credit card on file; payment is due on check out

Only are Farmingdale location accepts American Express. All other locations do not.

All dogs must be on a leash at all times in the lobby and in the rest of the facility.

Our hours are clearly posted on our web site and on the door of our facilities. We are closed to the public between 12 and 2 p.m. every day (except Sunday).

We will gladly give your dog medication but we cannot give any life sustaining medication

At Hounds Town, dogs interact all day long. It’s not uncommon for dogs to go home smelly, dirty, or with scratches or cuts. We offer a full grooming services menu.

Dogs cannot be discharged after 8 p.m. at all locations, except Farmingdale and Commack Road. At our Farmingdale and Commack Road location dogs cannot be discharged after 7 p.m. If you are running late, please call us and we would be happy to keep your pooch overnight.

Check out time for boarding dogs is 12 P.M. If you need to pick up your dog after 2 P.M. when we re-open, there will be a $20 daycare charge.