When your dog is dropped off for boarding, your pet will receive a quick exam prior to being placed in our kennel. This helps us to maintain the healthiest, cleanest, and safest environment for our guests.
We feed our boarders a prescription gastrointestinal diet called Purina EN. Feedings are twice daily at approximately 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Owner-provided meals must be pre-measured and pre-bagged per meal to ensure proper feeding.
All blankets and food/water bowls are provided by our clinic.
Any required medications must be brought in their original containers and be accompanied by current prescription dosage.
We require specific vaccines and tests be up to date. If necessary, we can update at check-in. Mandatory vaccinations include: Dogs • 1 or 3 year rabies • 1 year distemper/lepto combo OR current 3 year distemper plus current 1 year lepto • 6 month bordetella • Canine Influenza H3N2 and Canine Influenza H3N8 • negative stool check within the past 12 months
Cats • 1 year rabies • 1 year distemper • negative feline leukemia test (for indoor-only cats) • 1 year feline leukemia vaccine (for outdoor cats) • negative stool test within the past 12 months
If your pet is seen by a different veterinarian, we will require documentation of vaccinations.
Housing for our boarders varies depending on species and size, including the following: • Small dogs (20 pounds and under) board in our 27″x27″x27″ ward of cages. • Larger dogs board in our 8’Dx8’Hx3’W suites of partitioned epoxy floor runs. • All cats board in our treatment room.
Boarders remain in in their assigned accommodations, but have access to our fully enclosed, roofed, chain-link pens during cleanings when weather permits. Cleanings occur three to four times daily for 10 to 15 minute stretches.
Boarding Services also offered during your pets’ stay for small additional fees: • Kong – with or without peanut butter • CuddleTime with one of our staff members