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Pet Boarding

Boarding

Cat boarding

Dog Boarding

American Animal Hospital is happy to not only be your family veterinarian, but also your pet’s home away from home. For those who have pets, leaving them to board somewhere while you go on vacation, can be incredibly stressful. Know that your pet is safe with us and will enjoy the love, attention, and comfort that they would at home. Large spacious dog and cat condos allow pets to relax, stretch their legs and have a vacation of their own. Instead of barking hallways lined with dogs in cages, our dog condos are airy and elevated dog beds keep them off the floor. While snuggled into their temporary home, they will have quiet classical music that flows throughout the kennel area providing a calming environment. The kitty condos are equally spacious and offer cats a 2 room suite. In condos away from the dogs, the cats have plenty of room to walk around or curl up on a fluffy bed and take a nap. Pheromones are used to decrease stress in cats which allows them to relax. The use of these pheromones result in them eating better and appearing more calm.

All pets are either walked (dogs) or have their litter boxes scooped 4 times a day. They always have access to fresh water and are fed twice a day unless requested by their owners. Our Animal Care Attendants are trained to administer medications if need be and all medications that need to be administered must come in the original container.

Being your family veterinary hospital, our staff also has a close relationship with your pets. This is very comforting for your pet because there is always a friendly familiar face looking to cuddle.

All our guests receive kind, individualized attention from our caring staff. During your pet’s time with us, your feline or canine family member becomes part of ours!

We have an open kennel policy and invite you to come in for visit prior to your pet staying with us.

What is required in order to board your pet with us?

  • All pets must be up to date on their Rabies vaccineAll pets must have either a current vaccination or titer (DHPP for dogs) (FVRCP for cats)
  • A negative fecal test in the last 6 months.
  • A current medical exam within the last year
  • Please note that weekends and holidays fill up fast, so be sure to book your reservation as soon as you can.
  • Any pets found to have external parasites ie. Fleas and ticks will be treated here and owner billed accordingly.

Boarding Check-In Form – CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 AM-7:00 PM

Tuesday:

7:30 AM-7:00 PM

Wednesday:

7:30 AM-7:00 PM

Thursday:

7:30 AM-7:00 PM

Friday:

7:30 AM-7:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed




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