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Welcome to your pets home away from home!
When you call for a boarding reservation one of our dedicated boarding staff members will answer any questions you have and ask a few of their own to get us better acquainted with your furry kids prior to their stay.
We have ten indoor canine runs that can comfortably accommodate up to two large dogs.
Our kennel sizes vary and can house up to two small dogs so that buddies can stay together if they would like.
All dogs are let out into our outdoor play areas for 10-15 minutes three-four times a day.
If your pet would appreciate extra activity time, we offer personalized time for an additional fee!
Our feline friends have their own room on the opposite end of the clinic from the dogs, which greatly helps reduce the amount of dog noises and smells they experience during their stay.
When nervous kitties are staying with us we often use privacy curtains and Feliway (a calming feline pheromone) to help keep them as comfortable as possible. The new cat room offers 6 cat condos with built in perches and pass-through tunnels.
The tunnels allow us to open up multiple condos for your baby if you wish as well as giving us a low contact way to tidy houses of anti-social guests.
The cat room window has a deep perch ideal for resting and watching the birds at the feeder outside! It also offers a scratching post, climbing perches and staff assisted laser pointer play-time! For busy holidays, we open up a second cat room with 7 kennels and a happy lamp to keep them comfortable.
We highly recommend bringing food from home to avoid changing your pets diet and causing stomach upset. Guests that come with loved items from home tend to be more comfortable while here. However, stressful events like boarding can increase the likelihood of item destruction so choose carefully when packing for their stay.
We gladly accept geriatric guests on medications.
We do however, strongly suggest the you have a plan with your Veterinarian on how you would like things to be handled if a health emergency occurs while your pet is boarding. Having a copy of their medical records on file in these cases is recommended. If you have an elderly pet that has anxiety, please talk with your Veterinarian about anxiety medications for boarding in advance to help them have the best stay as boarding can be very stressful for some.
We are excited to see you and your furry companion at their next stay!