Let your dog vacation while you do.


At Bone-A-Fide, your dogs will have a blast and feel right at home. We have two options for our overnight dog boarding guests. We have a large "dog house" - a multi-room human house that has been converted into a house just for dogs! It’s like a slumber party for dogs, with dogs in six different assigned sleeping areas, equipped with comfy beds, couches and open kennels. We also have a "Lodge" (Quonset Hut) - which is best for dogs that sleep best when in their own kennel. Both overnight options stay comfy with air conditioning and heat.

We charge a flat fee for dog boarding that covers anything your dog might need. (We won’t nickel and dime you for things like giving medicine.) They’ll enjoy seven hours of supervised play daily, as well as breakfast and dinner (please bring their food, to keep their digestive systems happy). We can even arrange for a departure bath and nail trim on the last day, for an additional charge.

People from throughout the Seattle, Everett, Snohomish, Woodinville & Bellevue areas (and beyond!) board their dogs at Bone-A-Fide so please be sure to reserve your dog’s stay in advance, especially during busy summer and holiday times. New to Bone-A-Fide? Let’s Get Started

Boarding Dos & Don’ts:
-You will need to provide us with a copy of your dogs' current vaccination and fecal records, including the following: Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, and a negative fecal test within the last six months. We also strongly recommend the Lepto vaccine and the Canine Influenza vaccine.
-Sun-Fri drop off your dog between 7:30 am and 11:00 am, to make socialization easier and to ensure we can get them nice and tuckered. On Saturdays, please drop off boarding dogs between 7:30 and 10:00 am.
-Pick up your dog anytime between 8:30 am and 6:00 pm.
-Dogs being bathed should be picked up after 10:00 am so they have time to dry.
-We charge a daycare fee if your dog is picked up after 1:00 pm. ($30/dog)
-Regular daycare dogs can be picked up and/or dropped off by our vans. ($20 each way)
-Bring only as much food, medicine (keep separate from food), treats, etc. as they’ll need during their stay. If you are concerned about weight loss (due to increased activity) or if it's an extended stay, please increase their normal food portions.
-Label these items clearly in disposable containers, like plastic bags.
-Make sure to inform our staff when dropping off of any specific health concerns you have about your dog so that we can properly monitor them.
-Do not bring crates, beds, bowls or leashes — we have oodles.
-Make sure your dog is wearing a clip or buckle-style collar. Choke and prong collars are not allowed in the yard.
-If you make arrangements with an outside service to bring your dog home after a boarding stay, you must prepay for all services.

Dogs deserve fun getaways, just like their humans.