Blooming Good Mothers’ Day Photoshoot is May 5th at Beverly’s Pet Resort in Fishers

April showers bring May flowers and this Mothers’ Day your dog could bring them home to you. How? Just bring your dog to Beverly’s Pet Resort on May 5 for our Blooming Good Mothers’ Day Photoshoot. That’s how!

Each dog will receive a park play session, a printed photo & a surprise take-home gift for your family for $35. (Price is per dog. Daycare / Boarding fee not included.)

Call 317-773-6550 to sign your dog up for their photos.
Spots are limited so act now!

Things to Look for in the Months Ahead

Spring Break Boarding filled up in February, Fourth of July is filling up now!! Don’t get left out in the heat this summer – book your summer vacations now, over the phone or online. Check out our Customer Loyalty Program for your summer plans.

Rad Dog Dads Ride in Style & so do their dogs. Bring your pup down for a bad to the bone Father’s Day Photoshoot to commemorate. More details will be revealed in the June Newsletter, sign your pup up before spots run out.

Explosive fun is coming to Beverly’s Pet Resort this July. Stay tuned for details!

Kennel Cough Season is a reminder that canine vaccine shots and boosters help to protect your dog all year long.

DIFFERENT TYPE OF SEASON – As warm weather approaches so does what we in the boarding world call “Kennel Cough Season.” It is crucial to ensure your dog is up to date on all vaccinations including the Bordetella which is the vaccine that helps fight kennel cough.

If your dog is affected with kennel cough, you may notice one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Strong cough, often with a “honking” sound – this is the most obvious symptom
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Lethargy
  • Loss of appetite
  • Low fever
Vaccines for your pup are quick, easy, painless—and VERY IMPORTANT to help keep your dog and other dogs healthy.

The infection of this canine cough is spread through airborne droplets from other dogs coughing or sneezing in close proximity. Dogs catch Kennel Cough when they inhale bacteria or viruses into their respiratory tract, causing inflammation of the larynx (voice box) and trachea (windpipe). A vaccine is available for the bordetella bacterium, which is the most common agent to cause kennel cough. Dogs who are frequently boarded, visit doggie day care, compete in canine sports, or otherwise are exposed to large groups of dogs may benefit from the vaccine, and many training, boarding, and daycare facilities require proof of vaccination. The vaccine is available in oral, intranasal, and injectable forms, and depending on the form, it is usually initially given in two doses two to four weeks apart, followed by a booster every six months to a year.

Although most cases of kennel cough are caused by bordetella, some cases are caused by other agents, including the bacteria bordetella bronchiseptica, canine adenovirus type 2, canine parainfluenza virus, canine respiratory coronavirus, and mycoplasmas, so the vaccine may not prevent your dog from catching the disease.

While Kennel cough is easily treatable in healthy dogs, it’s important to report a coughing symptom to your veterinarian because it could be a sign of a more serious disease. Contact your vet if you notice any symptoms listed above.

Spoiled Dog Test

Share Your Results with Us

Score 1 Point for Every Statement that Relates to You

  • Your dog sleeps with you
  • You celebrate your dog’s birthday / gift them at Holidays
  • You greet your dog before your partner / house members
  • You sign your dog’s name on cards like you would your child
  • You cancel plans because of your dog
  • You make homemade treats / meals for your dog
  • You treat your dog better than you treat humans

If your dog is as spoiled (or more) as those who relate to these statements, submit a photo & some fun facts about them to to enter them in our Precious Pet of the Month contest and receive a special prize!

Bevo’s Recipe of the Month

May’s Flowersicles



Step 1: Prepare your silicone mold by laying it on a small baking sheet or something else that is stiff for easy transfer to the refrigerator.

Step 2: Put all the ingredients into a blender (or use an immersion blender) and blend until combined, approximately 2 minutes.

Step 3: Pour the mixture into the molds.

Step 4: Transfer the treats to the freezer (approximately 30 minutes) until set.

Step 5: Pop the dog treats out of the mold and store in the freezer in a container or bag.

Step 6: Serve to your dog!

Bevo’s Joke of the Month


You can see the extra spring in their step!

Memorable Moments from Our Previous Photoshoot

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