Boarding

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Wintergreen Kennels is a modern pet care center founded in 1974 to fill the need for quality boarding kennels in Western Mass.

The Kennel

Each dog has an individual indoor pen connected to an outdoor run. Fans keep the pets cool in the summer, and radiant heat and overhead units warm in the cool weather. The kennel is cleaned and disinfected daily.

A security perimeter fence completely surrounds the dog boarding facility and TLC exercise yards. The kennel is protected by both fire and burglar alarm systems.

We feed Iams and Eukanuba pet foods. Arrangements can be made for special dietary requirements. Should you be bringing food in from home, we ask that you pack an extra meal or two in case of any travel delays or changes in your plans. If your pet’s diet includes canned food we ask that you bring that along with you.

We do not provide bedding, however, you are welcome to bring in light bedding from home (but please understand, we may need to throw away bedding for safety and sanitary reasons if soiled, because of this we do not recommend bringing a favorite or expensive bed). We also offer Karunda bed rentals for $1 per day, which are elevated, cot-like beds. We ask that you not bring toys from home but instead choose from our selection of kennel-safe toys for your pet to use during their stay, free of charge.

The Cattery

The Cattery is located in three bright and airy climate controlled rooms, and is cleaned daily. Each “kitty condo” is divided into four sections with room for eating, privacy, resting and stretching. We feed Iams dry cat food or you are welcome to bring your own food from home. If you are bringing your own food, we ask that you pack an extra meal or two in case of any travel delays or changes in your plans. If your cat eats canned food, we ask that you bring that along with you.

Report Cards

Every night during your pet’s stay you will receive an emailed report card that will let you know how your pet’s stay is going! Report cards include the pet’s temperament, how they have been going to the bathroom, how they have been eating, what they did while out for TLC, as well as pictures from TLC.