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Boarding and grooming your dog or cat are easy with us! We have a dedicated team of kennel staff with years of combined experience handling everything from the most outgoing to the most nervous pets. Pet boarding and grooming at our veterinary hospital are especially good ideas for pets who have ongoing medical requirements. With doctors and vet assistants in just the next room, any questions or concerns with your pet can be resolved very quickly and thoroughly!
Our pet boarding facilities are all about cleanliness and safety. We may not be as big as some facilities, but because of our medical background, our attention to detail is unrivaled. Our boarding space books out quickly around holidays, so don’t hesitate to call us as early as possible with any questions you have regarding boarding or scheduling for your pets!
Grooming and pampering pets is a daily part of our routine. From baths and brush outs to basic trimming of hair and nails or tackling matted fur, our team is used to handling everything from Great Danes to cats. We try to make the experience as pleasant as possible for your furry kids who aren’t fans of bathtime. We can also provide a variety of medicated or hypoallergenic baths for pets with skin problems or sensitivities in addition to standard shampoos, conditioners, and even argan oil for your pet.
Often, our clients like to book Pet Boarding and Grooming together so that your pets are fresh and clean when you pick them up after your trip.
Sedation grooming is available on a case-by-case basis with a consult from your veterinarian. This is typically done only if needed and safe to do so.
Please note that for the health of all our boarders and patients in the hospital, we require vaccinations to be updated a minimum of a week prior to coming in for boarding or grooming. These include Rabies, DHPP, bordetella and influenza (H3N2) for dogs; and Rabies and FVRCP for cats. Certain exemptions may be made due to age or medical conditions. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this policy.
Would you ever wear a fur coat in the middle of summer? Probably not! Our feline friends, however, don’t have much of a choice in the matter. Summertime can be very dangerous for cats, who can be at serious risk of heat stroke on sweltering......
Don’t Miss Your Chance!
We are offering $1 wellness exams for all new clients through the month of September.