Effective 10/15/2023, Sidekicks Stay & Play will observe the following business hours.
Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and Saturday & Sunday from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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Welcome to Sidekicks!
ABOUT SIDEKICKS STAY & PLAY
Sidekicks Stay & Play was established in 2021 to serve the pets of Amarillo, TX. We focus on enriching the lives of our guests, treating your pets like they’re one of our own, and making the most of each visit. We offer day, overnight, and holiday boarding, an exciting daycare and enrichment program, and a selection of spa services. If you have questions about how we can care for your pet, please call us at 806-395-3133. We look forward to serving you soon!
Tour our facility
Watch our video to get an inside look at what makes Sidekicks Stay & Play a safe and fun environment for your furry friends.
Vaccine Requirements & Recommendations
- Feline Leukemia
- We also recommend your dog have the Canine Influenza vaccine, received a heartworm test and intestinal parasite screen in the last 12 months, and is currently on flea/tick and heartworm prevention. This keeps both your pet and our other guests safe from internal and external parasites that can cause fatal diseases.
LET US HELP WITH YOUR RECORDS
If you are a Swann Animal Clinic Client, we already have your pet’s records. If you are not, our concierge can contact your veterinarian. You may also email, fax, or upload the vaccination records if you prefer.
You can fax your pet’s records to 806-395-3133.
See below for answers to our frequently asked questions!
Boarding Agreement & forms
size & playgroups
Animals are not grouped into playgroups purely based on their size. While this is a factor to prevent injury, the pet’s behavior will be evaluated, and they will be added to the appropriate playgroup for both their size and their personality.
spa services & add-ons
We are happy to accommodate premium or basic baths, nail trims, and anal gland expressions for our guests during their stay. Please let our concierge team know at drop-off which services you would like to add to their stay.
“MYSTERIOUS” CANINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE
It’s difficult to look at social media recently or turn on the news without seeing something about the new “mysterious and deadly” canine upper respiratory disease that is sweeping the nation. I won’t lie. It caught my attention too! That’s a scary title! Living in the aftermath of COVID, I think we, as a nation, are a little more sensitive to titles like that. It’s understandable. I am going to attempt to share some clarity, give a little insight, and hopefully, settle some nerves.