Bone Jour is open Monday through Saturday for grooming, doggie daycare, and dog boarding. Our hours are from 7am until 7pm.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus health issue, we have new safety measures in place like curbside check-in, among other measures, that will make our interactions with humans as "low contact" as possible. Please review our new protocol and, if you are a grooming client, download our COVID 19 Check In Form.
Drop Off & Pick Up Protocol
We will be doing check-in as usual between 7-10AM. What is different is that we will be doing it from a tent in our courtyard. We will meet you there and take your pet into the shop.
Staggered Check-in Times: To help with the flow of check in, we will be breaking our three hour check-in into three timeframes: 7-8AM, 8-9AM, and 9-10AM.
Grooming Information Form: Please download, complete, and bring the grooming information form with with you to check-in. This is to help everyone with the time spent at the desk and give you time to think about things you would like to have done. We will go over the sheet with you at check-in. If you forget or don't want to do it in advance, don't panic! We will have them at the desk too.
No Personal Belongings: We will not be taking in personal belongings and storing them for pickup at this time. We will take your pet back and then bring back any leashes, collars, etc. for you to take away with you.
By Appointment Only: We are by appointment only and require that each dog or cat on our schedule be up to date on their vaccines. We will need veterinary confirmation before arrival before services can be given. Vaccines required are Rabies, DHPP, and Bordetella.
We will be offering our own Bone Jour App! For those of you who want to be able to rule the day with your phone, here you go! For those of you who are interested, we will be sending out an email blast in June.
How We Clean & Sanitize
We are always ready for battle against viruses inside and out as we use disinfectants regularly. In the grooming room and in daycare, we use Best Shot 256 that kills almost everything. Bleach is used when washing our towels and products containing bleach are used on surfaces. Our reception coordinators have and will continue to be diligent in wiping down common surfaces like our door push bars, pens, etc. We are all healthy and are hoping to remain so. As far as your concerns about your dogs and your health, the American Veterinary Medical Association has no evidence that there can be transmission from animals to people.