In order to board:
Once your dog is approved to stay with us, don’t forget to bring:
All dogs on vacation at the Lodge must attend dog daycare. Boarding dogs spend 10 hours of their day socializing with other dogs and only retire to their suites for meals, naptime and overnight. In order to attend daycare, they must pass a basic temperament test, showing they are friendly and attend at least one half-day of daycare prior to their first extended stay with us.
When vacationing at the Lodge, all dogs enjoy fun days of daycare with 10 hours of play. They only take breaks for naptime, mealtimes, and to sleep at night. The price of daycare, which all dogs must attend is $26/per day. The full price of a boarding stay is the price of daycare ($26/day) plus $15/night (new rate of $17/night effective February 15th 2018). We encourage all dogs to arrive in time for at least a half day of daycare ($16) on their drop-off day. This makes their first night away from home less stressful. There is no charge for daycare on your last day if you pick up by 10 AM.
Dogs from the same family are more than welcome to share a suite for an additional $5/dog per night (new rate of $7/ additional dog per night effective February 15, 2018). Remember that each dog is required to attend daycare.
There is a 5% discount for extended stays that are 10 days or longer. Additional discounts are available with the use of daycare passes. Pricing for daycare passes is on our daycare page. We also offer discounted and free grooming services for boarding dogs!
Call us at (610) 965-3647 if you have any questions on our pricing. Dogs may be picked up or dropped off any day but Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Monday–Friday 7:00 – 10:00 AM or 2:00 – 6:00 PM Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 8:00 – 10:00 AM or 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Monday–Friday 8:00 AM – noon or 2:00 – 7:00 PM Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 8:00 – 10:00 AM or 4:00 – 6:00 PM Cold Nose Lodge offers training while boarding.
“Cold Nose is wonderful!!! We really struggled with the idea of having to board our dogs (babies).. We’ve always relied on family members to care for our animals but with two energetic, crazy, 10 month old pups – that’s a lot to put on friends and family! We were recommended CNL by several people we know and we’re so glad they did!
Their boarding program is lovely. It’s not like conventional boarding where your pet will spend the majority of their stay confined to a crate, only coming out for scheduled walks, etc. CNL breaks their program into boarding for the evening / daycare for the daytime. After every stay with CNL, whether extended or just spending the day, our girls come home whooped from all of the activity!
One of the things we love about CNL is that they have a camera system you can log into to check on your dogs during the day. Granted, if the weather is nice they are outside more than inside; so you might not catch them too much in the playrooms. Speaking of which, the playrooms are nice and big! They have two rooms, the “Big Dog Room” and the “Small Dog Room” – each with play equipment and plenty of toys!
Another thing we love about CNL is their ability to house multiple dogs together. Our girls are actual siblings and they sleep together at home. At CNL, they’re kept in the same “room” together at night which I know comforts them as much as it comforts us! They supply a toddler bed and sheet, but they also allow you to bring in personal items as well.I could go on – but in short, we highly recommend Cold Nose Lodge! We truly have such peace of mind when we leave them :)”