Pet Boarding

Cat Boarding

Going on vacation? Re-doing your house? Unexpected emergency? We will take care of your pets as if they were our own!

All boarding services require that the pet’s owner fill out our boarding consent form at the time of check-in. We recommend that you read through the consent form ahead of time so we can answer any questions or concerns you may have. You can pick up a copy at our office or download it from our website. The consent form provides us with the information we need as well as options for toenail trims, bathing, and medical services. We also require that you leave an emergency contact number (either yourself or someone who can make medical decisions on your behalf).

Feline Boarding
We have a wonderful kitty room just for your feline companions. We understand that a quiet, secure, and serene environment is essential for good health and comfort. As with canine boarding, we have two sizes of suites for cats and we provide bedding, blankets, bowls, litter and litter boxes. We feed Purina Pro-Plan as our hospital food, or you may choose to bring what your kitty is used to eating at home. The giant cat tree and window perches in our cat room provide plenty of opportunity to soak up the sun, stretch legs, and sharpen claws!

We also board exotic pets – rabbits, birds, sugar gliders, pocket pets and the occasional pig! Please call with any questions and feel free to come by and take a tour of our amazing boarding department and meet our dedicated kennel staff.

Vaccine Protocol
For the safety of your pet and the other patients in our care, we require them to be fully vaccinated. Vaccinations that may have lapsed should be given at least two weeks prior to boarding to allow for a better immunity response. However, we can update any needed vaccines during their boarding stay.

Should your pet have vaccine reactions or written proof that they should not medically receive a vaccine that our practice requires, please call and speak to a staff member prior to boarding.