Annie's Ruff House offers a fun, safe place for dogs to be when they cannot be at home. We are situated on three acres in the heart of beautiful and historic Norman, Oklahoma.
Dogs enjoy a stress-free atmosphere with an abundance of CAGE-FREE, OFF-LEASH playtime. Our experienced staff will spend time with your dogs allowing them to be a dog, petting them, and rubbing their bellies. Your dogs also get to go on pack walks, play in our dog park, and will have plenty of room to run.
Our roomy kennels have raised beds and solid-sided walls to promote calm, quiet resting overnight. Each dog will participate in open pack play, getting several hours of walking, running, and playing on the grass each day
Boarding dogs must be picked up before 10:00 AM Monday-Saturday (Sunday pick-ups are done 3:00-6:00 PM) or you will incur a late checkout fee of $15 per kennel. Discounts are available for military.
1st Dog: $33
Additional Dogs: $30
(of the same family and can stay in the same kennel.)
10+ nights: 10 % off
Check out by 10am except on Sundays (3pm-6pm).
Frozen Peanut Butter Kongs: $4/day
Baths range from $15-$20.
Administer meds $2 per dog per day.
Afternoon Checkout $15 per family.
House Food service fee $2 per day, per dog.
Daycare after hours fee $5 for the first 5 minutes/ an additional $5 for each minute after that.
All dogs coming to Annie's must be wearing a quick-release (also known as "squeeze and release" collar and arrive on a flat leash. No buckle or martingale collars and no retractable leashes are allowed. Please also remove any prong or training collars before entering the facility. For the safety of your dog(s), our staff is NOT allowed to remove prong collars.
Vaccinations: We require Rabies, Bordetella, and DHLPP vaccines. The "L" stands for leptospirosis, and is sometimes not given as a core vaccine. Lepto is a bacteria transmitted to dogs from wildlife urine, most commonly through standing water, but increasingly seen in dogs that have no access to standing water. It is also a bacteria that can be spread to and from humans and cases have been on the rise in the U.S. in the last 10 years. As both of our facilities are next to easements/green spaces conducive to wildlife and we often have standing water in our yards after significant rainfall (which also seems to be more common recently) we require this vaccine, which can come separately or in your core DHPP vaccine. Lepto is an aggressive disease that can be costly to treat, primarily affecting liver and kidney function, and is one of the few diseases that can be passed from dog to human and back again.
*All vaccines must be administered by a licensed veterinarian or veterinary practice*
*All dogs must be spayed or neutered at 6 months of age*