Lodging for pets of all shapes and sizes including multiple dogs from the same household! We have designed a beautiful facility that focuses on a low-stress environment, a home away from home feel where the pets get the individualized attention and care that they would receive at home - possibly even more! We can individualize your pets stay with activities that they prefer and will work with you to handle any special requests for feeding, medications, exercise or attention. Our kitty condos feature multiple levels, fun climbing shelves and hide away litter boxes for privacy. Our kitties are housed in our private cat room, with all glass windows, overlooking our exam rooms. Purrfect for our curious felines!
Canine Vaccinations: Rabies, Distemper/Parvo (DA2PP) and Bordetella are required. Please let us know who your veterinarian is and we will call to confirm required vaccinations.
Feline Vaccinations: Rabies and FVRCP are required.
Feeding: We feed your pet Science Diet Professional Diets , or you may bring your pet’s own food in with you. Food must be in a re-sealable, water-proof container. Ziploc bags, plastic containers, etc. are all accepted. Paper bags or plastic grocery bags are not accepted.
Bedding, Toys, etc.: We will provide a plush mat for your pet to sleep on, but feel free to bring whatever you feel will make your pet’s stay more comfortable. Remember, some items may get chewed up. Beds should be able to fit in a standard sized washer and dryer.
Medications: We can medicate your pet if needed. Prescription medications must be in the original package or bottle and have the prescription label showing the proper dosage and frequency of administration. There is a $6 per day fee for medicating your pet. Ziploc bags of prescription medication, pre-filled pill pockets or prescription medication mixed in with food will not be accepted. We will use pill pockets if provided by you or purchased here at the hospital.
We require the following vaccines to be up to date: Rabies, Distemper, Parvo and Bordetella. We also require you to fill out our New Client Form, our Pet Resort Activity Consent Form, and our Daycare Questionnaire.
Regardless of how careful you are as a pet owner, intestinal parasites seem to be a very common problem in dogs. Whether it’s from eating an infected stool, uncooked meat, raw foods, playing in soil contaminated with worms or he got them from a flea/mosquito, worms cause several health problems, some more severe than others. Because prevention is relatively difficult, your best bet is to learn the telltale signs and start the treatment as soon as possible.