FAQ’s at Audrey’s Barkyard
Questions are normal! When leaving your baby in someone else’s care, you want to make sure that the best possible attention, love and care is going to happen. The FAQs Audrey’s Barkyard receives are listed below. If there are any questions that you don’t see answered, please feel free to reach out to us and ask.
Here’s a list of our most commonly asked questions…
Our #1 FAQ
Who is Audrey?
And we love this question! Audrey is our namesake.
People ask us all the time, “Who is Audrey?” Well, here’s the story. Audrey is the reason that Josh and Mandy started their amazing life full of dogs! Audrey was Mandy’s first fur child that ignited her passion for animals that would one day bring so much joy and meaning to the Donahue family. Mandy adopted Audrey in 2006. She was a nervous, neurotic, beautiful beagle and soon convinced Mandy that hounds will forever be her favorite breed. Audrey was Mandy’s best friend and saw her through everything as she entered adulthood and to become a cherished member of the family. Sadly, Mandy and Josh had to help Audrey cross the rainbow bridge in August of 2018, but they will forever hold such a large piece of her in their hearts. Mandy and Josh cherish the fact that Audrey embodies the business that has become a home to so many Wake Forest families. Audrey is the spirit of love, play, safety and fun that is Audrey’s Barkyard.
FAQ’s About Vaccinations/Medication
What vaccines are required at Audrey’s Barkyard?
Why do you require a 6-month Bordetella booster when some other places require it yearly?
Do you administer medication?
FAQ’s About Boarding
Do you provide bedding for the animals?
FAQ’s About General Information
Do you have any breed restrictions?
Does my pet have to be spayed/neutered in order to come to Audrey’s?
No, Audrey’s accepts guests that have not been spayed or neutered. However, any dog that is older than 1 year must be spayed/ neutered in order to participate in group play. There are options for walks and one on one playtime for any guests unable to participate in group play.