Camp Rules for Dogs
Dogs must be in good health, free of contagious diseases and fleas, and current on vaccines. Please bring proof of vaccinations with you to camp.
All dogs must be well socialized and house trained. No dogs that have demonstrated any aggressive tendencies toward people or dogs (especially if they have seriously bitten another dog) are allowed in camp.
Dogs must not bark excessively, especially during nighttime hours.
Dogs shall not be left unattended except for brief periods of time (during meals) in their cabins. You may want to bring a portable crate or pen for your dog’s comfort and safety. Alternatively, they may be tied to an outside lead if they can remain calm, or put in your vehicle.
No dogs in heat. If your dog comes into heat during camp, you will be asked to leave, without refund.
Dogs are allowed in cabins and most other buildings, but are not allowed in the dining facility during meals.
Camp Rules for People
Everyone is welcome here and dog camp should be a positive experience for everyone. No intolerance will be tolerated.
Each person must immediately clean up his or her dog’s poop. There will be plastic bags and trash cans available.
NO SMOKING in any buildings or common areas. If you really must smoke, there will be an area set aside. SMOKING VERY STRONGLY DISCOURAGED.
If your dog displays repeated aggressive behaviors that negatively impact the camp experience for other campers or dogs, Maian Meadows Dog Camp reserves the right to demand that you leave without refund.
Camp Zanika has a swimming dock where humans and dogs can swim. The dock is open only when lifeguards are on duty, but the beaches are open for dog swimming at any time. Remember, though – we’re in the mountains, so the water will be COLD!
No alcohol allowed on camp premises.
Absolutely no propane or gas lanterns or stoves will be allowed.
Thank you for playing by the rules, helping make the camp experience a fun one for everyone!