*ONLY offering medical boarding at this time
Dogs get walks three times a day. Morning, noon and night. We serve an easily digestible pet food by Royal Canin for breakfast and dinner. We usually feed twice per day unless you tell us otherwise. If your pet has food allergies or extreme sensitivity to things, please bring along his/her own food.
Bring along any medications and give us instructions. We chart it all.
We require your dog be current on Distemper, Rabies, Bordetella, and the Canine Flu vaccine. Why? We believe in stopping the spread of Kennel Cough in the Cedar Valley. If you need, we can take care of these for you and get your pet up to date.
“I don’t think you’ll have any trouble”
For dogs with behavior concerns. If your dog has struggled in the past with boarding, or behavior issues in general, we don’t judge. That’s a tough road as a pet owner. We do recommend bringing him in to test things out before boarding overnight with us. We want you to see how he handles entering the boarding area, being in a kennel or run, and leaving the kennel. This is to your benefit and your dog’s as well. Some dogs just don’t handle boarding well and we respect that. You should, too.
We have separate areas for cats and dogs. Cats get a quiet the quietest area of the veterinary hospital. The quiet helps reduce stress.
We are able to administer any medications your cat needs. Even for the hard-to-pill cats!
We require cats be vaccinated for Distemper and Rabies. Unfortunately, we are not able to board cats who are living with Feline Leukemia or have active cases of Ringworm.
Book Your Pet Boarding Dates In Advance
Be sure to book your reservation early. We fill up quickly on summer weekends and major holidays. We don’t have a terribly large facility by design. We value quality over quantity.
Drop-off and pick-up can be made during our normal business hours of 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday and 8:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Saturday.