Seaside-Header
888.306.2326
Svb Facebook Twitter-Bird-Light-Bgs Svb Youtube
Svb Rss Instagram Icon Small Big-Pinterest
Click for Seaside, Oregon Forecast
Home Blog Events Contact Site Map

FIND ROOM RATES & AVAILABILITY

CHECK-IN CHECK-OUT GUESTS Search

SEASIDE STORIES

Seaside Stories is a look at life in Seaside from those who live and play on the north Oregon Coast. Feel free to leave your comments and suggest topics you'd like to see us write about. We also blog weekly about Seaside, Oregon's rich history. Check that out by clicking here.



Pet Boarding in Seaside

[+] Add your comments
Bookmark and Share

JackI have a dog named Jack. He LOVES the beach, especially Seaside. He loves running by the waves, chasing birds (of course I never let him close to them), and meeting other dogs on the beach. Seaside is a wonderful place to bring dogs. You can take your dog along the beach, walking along the Prom, take them on a hike along Tillamook Head, and more!

Make sure when you bring your dog for the day you donít forget to bring the leash, dog toys, a towel to dry them off, water bowl, and anything else your dog might need for the day. Itís easy to make a quick decision to grab the dog and head to the beach, but you might end up having to buy forgotten items if you donít plan ahead.

But what happens when you want to go into one of the many amazing restaurants to grab a bite to eat? Or go shopping in the fabulous shops along the Prom, and Fido canít come along? Itís not ideal to leave a dog in the car for several reasons. Your dog could get stolen, can get heatstroke, or could panic and damage your car.

So what do you do with your dog? Thankfully there are some options while youíre in Seaside. If youíre staying at one of the pet-friendly hotels (and you brought your kennel/crate) you can leave your dog in the room for a bit (make sure you take them for a long walk first). Usually this is only an option for the non-barking types of dogs.

If you have friends or family nearby you can ask if you might leave your precious pooch with them for a few hours (maybe in exchange for a gift certificate to one of their favorite shops or restaurants?).

But what if youíre just visiting Seaside for the day? There are a few options for daytime boarding. Some of these places offer grooming, bathing, and even massages for your dog. Why not pamper your pooch while you spend the day pampering yourself?

Here are some boarding options to check out:

Seaside Pet Clinic (503-738-8846)
Bay Breeze Boarding in Warrenton (503-861-7211)
Jean's Boarding Kennel (503-738-6996) in Seaside
Beach Puppy (503-738-9262) Dog-friendly store that can offer advice as well as fun treats, gear, and more for your dog.
 
You need to make sure you call, and arrange for boarding prior to bringing your dog. Most places have certain requirements and limited boarding (since everyone else is looking for places to bring their dog too).

We dog owners love to bring our dogs with us wherever we go (they are known as manís best friend for good reasons). Thankfully Seaside offers some different options for you, and your dog so you can both enjoy a memorable day at the beach.



By
[+] Add your comments
Subscribe via Reader Subscribe via Email
 Please add your comment
Name 
Email 
 (Not Published)
Website 
Comments 

Remaining 
 
 
 
 Required fields!

  Comments (3) Last comment made  6/4/2012 9:09:12 AM 
mary jo 6/4/2012 9:09:12 AM 
thank you so much for listing these boarding places for dogs in seaside! i grew up in portland and spent lots of time in gearhart; this summer my husband and i are renting a condo for 2 weeks there, and bringing our dog. but i know there will be times when it will be best to take him to a day care while we go to portland or church, etc. again, thanks for posting these places and i look forward to calling them to find out about their individual requirements and services. seaside and gearhart are the best! regards, mary jo (in arizona)

Click to see map of UNITEDSTATES
Jon (Seaside VB Staff) 5/11/2011 1:58:47 PM 
Thanks for the additional listing info. As with any posting on here, if you (as a reader) know of additional resources or something we may have overlooked, please don't hesitate to post your comment here. That's what this forum is for and we appreciate all feedback.

Click to see map of UNITEDSTATES
Seaside Chamber 5/11/2011 12:10:48 PM 
Also offering services: Seaside Chamber member-Furry Friends Pet Sitters (503) 440-9024

Click to see map of UNITEDSTATES

Feeds
Audio Walking Tours
Seaside Hospitality Industry News
Seaside In the News
Seaside Stories
Seaside's Past

Latest Posts
Seaside's Famous Feathered Citizens..
Buffleheads: Oregon Coast's Silliest Part-Time Residents..
2014 Seaside Visitor Guide & Seaside Treasure Quest IV Arrives!..
We're Getting Crabby on the Coast..
Finding Holiday Spirit in Seaside, Oregon..
Seaside is Dressing Up for the Holidays..
Fun with Seaside Treasure Quest III..
Hello, Fall..
Journey to Seaside, Mile by Extraordinary Mile..
Destination: Beer at the North Coast..

Posts by Date
 2014

 2013
December (2)
November (3)
October (4)
September (5)
August (4)
July (3)
June (3)
May (4)
April (3)
March (5)
February (4)
January (4)

 2012

 2011
December (2)
November (2)
October (4)
September (5)
August (3)
July (4)
June (9)
May (10)
April (8)
March (10)
February (9)
January (10)

 2010


Tag Cloud


Share
RSS feed
Atom feed
Bookmark
Google
Delicious
Digg
MySpace
Facebook
Diigo
Yahoo
Stumble
Reddit
My Aol
LinkedIn

  Powered by WorldWide Merchant
 
 

Plan Your Visit | Discover Seaside | Social & Media | Resources | Seaside Stories Blog


Seaside Visitors Bureau
7 North Roosevelt
(Corner of Hwy 101 and Broadway)
Seaside OR 97138
(503) 738-3097

info@seasideor.com

Svb FacebookTwitter-Bird-Blue-On-WhiteSvb YoutubeSvb RssInstagram Icon SmallBig-Pinterest

seasideor.com ® is the property and trademark of Seaside Visitors Bureau © all rights reserved.
View our Mobile Site