Suggs Kennels is located less than two miles from the Augusta National. If you would like to book a hotel for your pet, please call 706.736.6406 for full details. However, here are the basics.
We require the following for all pets:
-A free temperate test to asses the disposition of your dog
-$50 Masters deposit paid in cash
-Proof of updated shot records from the veterinarian
*For dogs, Suggs Kennels requires proof of rabies as well as Bordetella
*For cats, Suggs Kennels requires proof of rabies as well as feline Leukemia
*For all other animals, proof of rabies is required
-First time boarders are required to pay in cash, in full, at the time of drop off.
NOTE: Reservations are accepted on a first call, first served basis. A reservation for Masters Week is not confirmed until there is a $50 boarding deposit paid as well as a copy of updated shot records.
Due to limited spacing in the kennel, we ask that only two (2) customers enter the kennel to drop off/pick up pets at one time.
Commonly asked Questions and Answers:
Q: Do I need to provide food for my pet?
A: For dogs, Suggs provides a dry Purina Blend at no additional charge. However, some pets do not take well to a diet change. You are welcome to bring in food for your pet in a dry storage container. We have a refrigerator for cold diets.
For cats, we provide Meow Mix at no additional charge. However, you are welcome to bring in food for your cat. We accept dry and wet food.
Q: Does Suggs provide toys and play time?
A: Yes! Suggs Kennels has a variety of toys for your pets to play with during their stay. Dogs have access to indoor/outdoor runs. We also have four play yards outside for extra exercise. In order to keep your pets safe, we ask that owners provide a description of their pets likes and dislikes in order to fully understand your pet. Dogs are only mixed with dogs of the same size and temperament. Large dogs are never mixed with small dogs.
Q: My pet takes medication daily. Does Suggs administer medication?
A: Suggs administer medication at no additional charge. We require the medication be located in the same container the vet gave you with detailed instructions on how to administer. We have a refrigerator for insulin and medications that must be kept cold.