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  • New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

    This was just put up on the Disneyland website and goes into effect on August 28th. At that time the Disneyland Kennel Club and County of Orange will require a rabies and distempter vaccination certificate from your vet in order to board dogs over 4 months of age.

    At this time the new rule is affecting only dog owners, but that may change in the near future to other animals as well.
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    Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

    Thanks a lot for this info. My mother-in-law will probably be bringing her dog next year. Good to know this.

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    • #3
      Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

      It's good to know this. I personally think they should ask for proof that your dog is up to date on their shot records. I was shocked to hear they didn't do that, when I was contemplating bringing my youngster up.

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      • #4
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        Thank goodness they are finally doing this. We haven't used the kennel in years, but really, how can you enjoy the Park if you aren't sure that your animal friend is going to be okay.

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        • #5
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          I agree. We carry all the records with us whereever we go anyway. On the plane, we even have to carry a recent health certificate. I just wish they woul require proof of Bordatello vacs also. We havent boarded there for a while, but I don't like even taking the dog into the run area for pottying due to not knowing what the other dogs might be carrying. I think this will make us feel slightly better.
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          • #6
            Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

            I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. When my guy was younger, and still at risk for Parvo, that's when I came to realize the importance of vaccinating your pet. He's our first dog, and it boggles the mind to think that there are those out there that don't take proper care of their animal friend.

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            • #7
              Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

              Can someone give an example of why you would bring a dog with you to DL? I'm not really understanding.

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              • #8
                Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                For us, it was b/c he was too young to stay at home while we were there. It's only an hour and a half drive, and we would feel much better knowing he was in the kennel, where we could go and play with him, instead of crapping his pants while locked in the kitchen.


                Plus, we knew he would enjoy the drive.

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                • #9
                  Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                  Darnit! No I gotsta take the rugrat in for his rabies shots! Oops...dogs!

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                  • #10
                    Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                    Originally posted by The Mad Hatter
                    Can someone give an example of why you would bring a dog with you to DL? I'm not really understanding.
                    We raise service puppies. For us, its training. We bring the pups with us everywhere. Our pups are allowed in the park and on the rides. However, with a younger pup, a full day at the park is too much for them, but yet we want to go on. So, with our little ones, we will get a kennel (we are allowed in and out privs) early in the am, then when we see he is tired, we take him to the kennel and go back to the park ourselves. After their first trip, they usually can spend the entire day going with us.

                    The baby you see in the avatar is 10 weeks, in his baby sling, waiting to see Remember.... We hadn't planned on picking him up before our trip, but the organization really needed someone to take him. So, I purchased a puppy sling, we had to avoid the kennel (due to them not requiring vaccinations, and our pup being so little) so he lived (and slept most of teh trip) in the sling, and no one was allowed to pet him, and he could only potty in certain spots. We joke when he went back to Disneyland in April, he wanted his sling back!
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                    • #11
                      Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                      The dogs never look happy to be in the Kennels. I think a dog would be happier left at home or with a loved one. How would you like to be cooped up all day in a cage surrounded by other unhappy dogs?
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                      • #12
                        Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                        Thanks Oogie B for the Info. I'm surprised also that Disney Kennels are like this up until now.But good to know they are doing this now so all pets are better protected.
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                        • #13
                          Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                          Originally posted by OogieBoogie
                          At this time the new rule is affecting only dog owners, but that may change in the near future to other animals as well.
                          Originally posted by mycroft16
                          Thanks a lot for this info. My mother-in-law will probably be bringing her dog next year. Good to know this.

                          Heh man I thought you were going there and I was cracking up

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                          • #14
                            Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                            Originally posted by ExJungleSkipper95
                            The dogs never look happy to be in the Kennels. I think a dog would be happier left at home or with a loved one. How would you like to be cooped up all day in a cage surrounded by other unhappy dogs?
                            For us, our dog can't be left alone for that long in the house. We live 90 miles away, too close to get a hotel for a day visit and too far to leave our dog in the house for a full day visit. There is no one we can leave her with and with us being so far away it wouldn't be fair to her to leave her alone for that long. We bring her so she gets out of the house and isn't cooped up all day and can see us every few hours. We don't have to rush home to let her out or feed her. Even our vet recommended that we bring her along and I trust her opinion. To us she is more than a dog. I for one am very grateful that Disneyland offers a service like this, I wish more places did. She can't go into Disneyland with us but at least she can come with us for the day.
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                            • #15
                              Re: New rules regarding boarding your pet at the DLR kennels.

                              FYI, the following Theme Parks in SoCal offer Kennel Service...

                              SFMM - Free, located near the old Gas Station in the Parking Lot

                              USH - Free, just go to will call and ask for someone to open up the area, next to the Restrooms just outside the Main Gate.

                              LEGOLAND - Free, but requires a $15 key deposit. Go to Guest Services to get the key

                              SeaWorld - $5 fee, near the Parking Lot entrance (ask at the Parking Toll booth for directions)

                              Our friend, Deogee has been to all 4, along with the DLR kennel.
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