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Countryside Pet Resort Services

Countryside Pet Resort is THE place to bring your pet when you need a safe place for your pet to spend some time away from home. We're honored to provide outstanding boarding, daycare, training, and grooming services for pet parents in Andover, KS. We welcome dogs, cats, and exotic pets to our pet resort.

Please contact us at 316-733-8111 for more information.

Resort Hours & Required Vaccinations

Resort Hours

Mon: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Tue: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Wed: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Thu: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Fri: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Sat: 8:00am-11:00am *by appointment only

Sunday: Closed

Required Vaccinations

Cats: Rabies, FVRCP

Dogs: Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, Lepto, Influenza (H3H2 & H3H8)

*We also require an Internal Parasite Screen annually.


Our team at Countryside Pet Resort is dedicated to a safe, enjoyable, and healthy stay for your pet while they are with us.

Our boarding facilities can accommodate all sizes and personalities of pets. For the pampered pet or those who need more room, we offer luxury suites. We also offer indoor, air-conditioned/heated runs and cages in the main kennel area. Our furry friends are let outside in the play yards 4 times a day for a chance to stretch and run around. Last but not least there is a separate cat room off of the reception area where our feline friends can find a quiet, relaxing environment to catch up on some much-needed rest.

Boarding Rates


1 Dog - $53

Additional Dog - $45


1 Dog - $30

Additional dog - $26


1 Dog - $23

Additional Dog - $19.50

Cat Suite

1 Cat - $30

Additional Cats - $26.50

Cat Cages

1 Cat - $25

Additional Cat - $22

Exotic - $25

Additional Charges

Board for the day - $25

Board Medication Administration - $5.30 - *per day

Board Insulin - $6 - *per day

Private Walk on holidays $10

Late Pick Up Charge - $20

Doggy Daycare

Our doggy daycare is the place for the active, playful, fun-loving pet who excels in situations where they get to play for hours on end with fellow companions. Each fun-filled day includes:

Supervised playtime with friends, activities like fetch, nap time, snacks, personal attention, and affection. Daycare can be a full or half-day of playtime for the convenience of your schedule.

11:00 am-2:00 pm is nap time for all daycare attendees, where each pet will receive a snack before nap. You're welcome to bring in your own treat or lunch if you'd like your dog to stick to their home diet.

Doggy Daycare Rates and Hours



Full Day - $18.00

Half Day - $13.00

Each additional dog Full Day - $17.25

Each additional dog Half Day - $11.00

10-Day Punch Card

Full Day - $185

Half Day - $118

Each additional dog Full Day - $165

Each additional dog Half Day - $97

Daycare While Boarding

Full Day - $20

Half Day - $13

*Boarding in a suite has complementary daycare. 


An annual negative fecal test

Dogs 6 months or older need to be spayed or neutered


Dogs: Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, Lepto, Influenza (H3H2 & H3H8)

Doggy Daycare Hours

Mon: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Tue: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Wed: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Thu: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Fri: 7:00am - 6:00pm

11:00 am-2:00 pm is nap time for all daycare attendees, where each pet will receive a snack before nap. You're welcome to bring in your own treat or lunch if you'd like your dog to stick to their home diet.

Dog Grooming

Regular grooming is essential to the maintenance of your pet's health. Keep your pet smelling and looking attractive, prevent parasites, and skin irritations. 

While grooming should be done on a consistent basis, the frequency to which your pet needs to be groomed will depend somewhat on daily routines, coat type, age, and general health. It is recommended that long-haired dogs be groomed every 6-8 weeks to avoid matting. In addition, your pet will benefit from regular brushing to remove any loose hairs and dead skin cells, to rid the coat of debris and external parasites, and to disseminate skin oils that form along the hair shafts.

Dog Grooming Service Details

We can assist in recommending the proper tools to use for your pet's coat type. If your pet suffers from allergies, our veterinarian may prescribe regular bathing as part of the treatment routine. Be sure to notify us of any special needs your pet may require such as specific shampoos or eye care and bring any of these products with you to your appointment. Please schedule your pet's appointment in advance, especially during the warmer summer months and near the holiday seasons. We are happy to offer the following services to assist in the health and maintenance of your pet:

Essential Groom

Bath, nails, ears/eyes, brushing, bandana/bows, cologne $31 - $51

Essential Plus

Bath, nails, pad shave/foot trim, sanitary path, ears/eyes, face trim, bandana/brows, cologne $38 - $63

Total Groom

Bath, full haircut, nails, ears/eyes, bandana/brows, cologne $46 - $73

Poodles/Doodles $50 - $77

*Upcharge for dogs more than 80 lbs

Add Ons

Nail Dremel $10

Teeth Brushing $15

Flea Bath $20

Furminator $20-30

De-Skunk $20

Grooming Hours of Operation

Monday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Tuesday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Wednesday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Thursday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Saturday - TBD

Sunday - Closed


XS up to 10 lbs

SM up to 11-25 lbs

XS up to 26-50 lbs

XS up to 51-65 lbs

XS up to 65+ lbs

Obedience Training

Obedience training can help you and your pet develop a solid foundation for confidence, communication, patience, and respect for one another.

There are many benefits of obedience training including building a closer, positive relationship with your dog, teaching them life and social skills, and helping prevent them from developing unwanted behaviors.

Like people, dogs have different strengths and weaknesses and different ways of learning. Their dog training should be tailored to meet their individual needs. We’re here to help you and your dog develop the respect that is needed for a healthy relationship while increasing confidence and understanding.

Obedience Program Details


5 days

$40/day or $175 if they pay for all 5 classes upfront

1-hour classes available Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Fridays between the hours of 9-5

Enrollment includes:

> 1 free bag of Lean Treats

> 1 free day of daycare

> Homework at the end of each class

Graduation includes:

> Cap and gown photo with you and your dog

> Certificate of Completion

Why should my pet go through obedience training?

The primary goal of obedience training is to produce a companion animal that bonds with and respects its guardian with the ability and desire to please.

At completion of obedience training, you will have a better understanding of dog behavior, how to guide your dog to make the right choices, and how to correct bad behavior.

When should my pet start obedience training?

You’ll be training your puppy from the moment you bring them home. Pets quickly adapt to their environment and surroundings. According to the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, “puppies generally can start classes as early as 7-8 weeks of age.”

Beginners or puppies should start with the basic level of obedience training. The duration of basic and intermediate obedience training varies by pet. If your pet already knows basic obedience skills and you want to build upon those skills, intermediate or advanced training is an option we offer as well.

How do you conduct obedience training?

It is beneficial to be present during sessions so that you can better understand canine behavior and how to effectively communicate with your dog.

Our trainers influence the dog’s behavior in a natural way, allowing them to make right and wrong choices. Our first job is to educate your dog. Once your dog understands what a command means (and they make a correct choice), they will receive love and praise. When they make a wrong choice, they’re guided to do what is expected of them. Our trainers work with both verbal commands and hand signals so that your dog can make a decision without relying on the leash to guide them.

Training your dog requires patience and commitment. During training, it’s beneficial to keep up with the learnings at home, so practice with your dog for a couple of minutes every day.