Sometimes a pet cannot travel with you. You may be traveling to a country requiring a long quarantine, or visiting friends or relatives that refuse to also host Rover and Fluffy. An out of town business emergency or hospitalization will also often require boarding a pet.
Choosing a Kennel
Your veterinarian, groomer, dog trainer, or pet owning friend can often recommend a boarding facility. A reputable facility should allow you to visit. Check the facility for cleanliness. Do the animals in their care seem relaxed and happy? Ask about feeding, and if the staff is willing to administer medications or feed special diets if necessary. A good facility should provide the animals with toys, bedding, and outdoor play time. All kennels, exercise areas, and cages should be in good repair and secure. Ask the facility if anyone checks the animals in the evening. Find out how an emergency will be handled.
Most young pets will adapt easily and quickly to being boarded. If your pet is older and never been boarded or a little unsure of himself, arrange for the pet to stay for one night before you must leave him for longer. This visit reassures your pet that you have not abandoned him. Take your pets favorite toy or blanket. This will reassure your pet and remind him of home. Make sure your pets vaccinations are up to date. A reputable kennel will require a boarding pass from a veterinarian.
We offer a complete boarding facility to keep your pet comfortable and happy while you are away.
Give us a call at: 570-724-3841 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for rates.
Your companion pet is our priority. We know how much your pet means to you.
As our guest, your pet will be treated with kindness and compassion.
During its visit with us, your pet will receive:
1. Spacious, comfortable and clean quarters.
1. Extra walks.
Boarding Costs Per Night
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