1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Terms of Service

We care about your dog as much as you do! To promote responsible pet ownership, and to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet - and your peace of mind, we ask that all dogs and owners alike abide by these guidelines:

  • all dogs in our boarding and daycare programs must be spayed or neutered
  • all dogs must have had their second set of shots and be over 12 weeks of age (if a puppy).
  • A veterinarian’s certificate stating that all shots (DHLPPC or DA2PP with Lepto, Rabies and Bordatella) have been administered to your dog at least 7 days prior to attending our boarding or daycare programs.
  • All dogs must go through full registration and temperament testing prior to staying at our facility for dog boarding and doggie daycare programs.

Download Kamp K-9 Application Form. Complete the fillable PDF application form & save to your desktop. Please print and deliver in person or email the PDF version to us after completion.

We attempt to keep our website as up-to-date as possible. All prices found in this website are subject to change without prior notice. Kamp K-9 cannot be held liable for any pricing changes, mistakes, typos, misprints or updates.

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What They Said...

We love Kamp K-9!!! Everyone is so accommodating, and our large dog Griffin just loves going there. The staff are wonderful with him. We have used Kamp K-9 for day boarding, overnights/weekends, and even longer term stays of over a week - and Gri...

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