Dog Boarding Invoice Template

Dog Boarding Invoice Template should be integrated as one of the front line documents of the billing process. A Dog Boarding Company can use this template to display all the details explaining the service that was provided for a Pet Owner’s Dog along with any products that were furnished for the safety or comfort of the pet. Additionally, this paperwork has been developed so that it can be mass-produced with a header then completed and dispensed on-site when necessary. This convenience will serve Clients who appreciate having a hard copy record of their bills before submitting their payments. You may also complete this invoice on your computer then deliver it in any manner preferred by the Client or the billing system currently in place.

How much does it cost to board a dog?

  • National Minimum Cost: $40
  • National Average Cost: $50
  • National Maximum Cost: $60

Source: Thumbtack.

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How to Write in PDF and Word

Download: Adobe PDF & Microsoft Word (.docx)

Step 1 – Download Your Dog Boarding Invoice From This Site

The image displayed on this site represents the downloadable template available. You may select any of the blue buttons underneath this image to access a “PDF” version of this template, a Microsoft or a “Word” version.” Download the copy that best suits the software environment on the system you are running then proceed.

Step 2 – Name The Dog Boarding Company

The first part of this invoice is devoted to receiving the identity of the Dog Boarding Company sending it. To satisfy this requirement, produce the Dog Boarding “Company Name” in the text box in the top-left area of this page. 

The “Name” of the individual representing the Dog Boarding Company, the Manager, or the Owner is the next piece of information this invoice requests. Populate the blank line directly under the reported Dog Boarding Company Name.  Input the Dog Boarding Company’s office mailing address to the “Street Address” and “City, State, Country” lines. Record the “Zip Code” of the Dog Boarding Company’s office mailing address separately on the next line.
The contact information provided above will enable the Dog Boarding Client to contact the person named above by mail but some additional items of contact are considered standard for this paperwork. Thus, proceed down the column where you can document the Dog Boarding Company’s “Phone” number and “E-Mail” address. Two appropriately designated lines have been included for the presentation of this material. 


Step 3 – You Must Define This Document Before Addressing The Client

Since the goal of this paperwork will be to seek payment for the dog boarding or kenneling services provided to the Pet Owner (the Dog Boarding Client), it will be important to make sure it is defined properly in the Dog Boarding Company’s accounting system as well as that of the Pet Owner’s. A distinct area bearing the labels “Invoice #” and “Date” is on display immediately following the header section. Produce a unique filing number for the Dog Boarding Company’s bookkeeping records on the “Invoice #” line. 

Apply this bill to the Client as of the “Date” you produce on the next blank space.

Step 4 – Invoice The Dog Boarding Client Or Pet Owner

Consult the paperwork you have available then input the Dog Boarding Client’s “Name” on the first blank line following the invoice number/date you supplied. Continue with the Dog Boarding Client’s billing address. Present his or her “Street Address,” “City, State, Country” and the Dog Boarding Client’s “Zip Code” to the next three lines in this column.  This invoice sets a concise table at the center of the page so the Dog Boarding Client can review the services he or she is being billed for. You must report the specifics fo the dog boarding in the “Description” box, then supply the cost in the “Amount” box. It is important that if you list more than one of either of these items that it corresponds properly to the other. The “Subtotal” box expects the full amount that the Dog Boarding Company requests without the addition of any taxes that may be necessary. Thus sum all the figures above to one sum then report it accordingly. If the Dog Boarding Company must add taxes then, fill in the exact “Tax” amount being charged.  Notice, that in our example, the service items will not have any tax added, however, taxes must be added for the product (“Replacement Leash”) being purchased by the Pet Owner or Client. The Dog Boarding Company’s “Total” for this bill will be the next box displayed. You may reach the figure you must enter here by adding the “Subtotal” of the dog boarding services to the “Tax” owed. 


Step 5 – Instructions Regarding The Dog Boarding Payment And Additional Content May Be Included At Will

This invoice will make the allowance for a grace period that allows the Dog Boarding Client time to gather the funds necessary to make a payment and will expect you to enter this as a number of “Days.” The sentence that has been included directly under the table contains a blank line where you should record this number. This may be considered optional but is also a standard precaution in such paperwork.  You may need to pass along additional reading material in the form of payment instructions, care pamphlets, disclosures, etc. If so, you may cite them as attachments after the words “Comments And Special Instructions” or you may simply input the required content directly to the blank lines provided. 


How to Write in MS Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Step 1 – Download The Excel Dog Boarding Invoice

The invoice pictured on this page can be attained as a spreadsheet by selecting the “Excel” button or link above then saving it to an accessible folder on your network.


Step 2 – Make A Presentation Of The Dog Boarding Business Contact Information

Before proceeding with the invoice process, it is important that you produce the contact information necessary to contact the Dog Boarding Business regarding this bill. Such information is expected at the onset of an invoice. Since many Dog Boarding Businesses present their identity with a logo. Thus, cell A1 has been reserved for the Dog Boarding Business logo and will accept a reasonably sized image uploaded to its contents for display. The Dog Boarding Business legal “Company Name” will have its own area of display.    Record the Dog Boarding Business “Company Name” in cell A2 and the “Name” of the Employee sending this in cell A3. The mailing address where mail concerning this invoice should be sent to its Sender should be furnished as the contents of cell A4, A5, and A6. These cells anticipate a line by line entry of the Dog Boarding Business’ mailing address so you must enter this information as the “Street Address,” the “City, State, Country,” and the “Zip Code.” A display of the Dog Boarding Business “E-Mail” and “Phone” number is expected in cells A7 (“E-Mail”) and A8. 


Step 3 – Use The First Table To Deliver Invoice Information

Some items that can be used to positively identify this paperwork in the future are also expected in the header area of this spreadsheet. The “Invoice #” attached to the boarding service being billed should be displayed in cell F4. Make sure to report his number accurately then review and verify the contents of cell H4 as the “Date” you wish this invoice to become effective on the Dog Owner’s account. 


Step 4 – You Must Address The Dog Or Pet Owner Directly

Billing the Pet Owner or the Boarding Client properly necessitates specifically addressing him or her as the entity responsible for paying the amount on this invoice. Thus, input the Boarding Client’s full “Name” under “Bill To” in cell A11, then continue to cell A12 with an entry of his or her “Street Address.” Cells A13 and A14 require the rest of this address so input the appropriate “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” to these fields. 


Step 5 – Summarize The Boarding Provided Using The Invoice Table

Occupying center stage of this sheet will be an invoice table that has been structured for your use. The first cell of this table, cell A17, requires the material that will support the reason the amount owed must be paid. You may input supplies such as pet food, boarding costs such as kenneling, and services such as walking in this cell. If a pre-existing arrangement or plan is being billed you may also simply input the date range or the plan number defining the boarding services provided.  The “Amount” cell (H17) will need a report on how much the dog boarding supplies and services cost. This field will expect that no taxes be added to any of the item costs you report. Column H will continue to cell H18 and requires the sum of all the dog boarding costs you reported above presented in its contents (to the right of  “Subtotal”). Cell H18 will also request you not include any taxes in its contents.

The taxes that must be charged for the dog boarding services and supplies being billed must be recorded as a separate amount in cell H19 

This table will make one final request so that it may be complete. Add the dog boarding “Subtotal” any taxes reported above and display this sum in H20 as the final cost of the invoiced items. 


Step 6 – Specify Relevant Payment Instructions And (If Necessary) Report Additional Comments

If you intend to collect the owed amount in a timely fashion, then it is oftentimes a good idea to solidify for the Dog Boarding Client how long he or she has to pay the fee being charged To this end, the statement in cell A21 is included as a quick tool to pass this information along. Simply replace the hashtag symbol with the longest period of time (in “Days”) that an on-time payment can be accepted as such.  Additional disclosures, instructions, or reports may be attached to this paperwork by citing them in cell H22. You may also use this area to expand on any payment instruction that facilitates a timely and positive response.