Reservations are required for boarding, which we provide as a service to our clients. We have separate boarding areas for cats and dogs, and large runs where bigger dogs can feel more comfortable. Pets can be dropped off or picked up during regular business hours at any time that is most convenient to you. For the safety of all animals, we require all boarded dogs to be up to date on Rabies, Distemper, Bordatella, and Canine Influenza vaccines. Cats must be current on Rabies and Distemper vaccines. If we are not your primary veterinarian and your pet is up to date on all shots, we will ask you for proof of the vaccinations, or we can call your vet's office to get updated information. If necessary, all boarded animals will be treated for intestinal parasites or fleas at the owner's expense. In addition, if the doctor diagnoses a medical condition, your pet will be treated during his/her stay. To make your pet's stay with us less stressful, we encourage you to bring in his/her toys, bedding, or anything that will remind them of home. We provide regular maintenance diet, so you don't need to bring any food with you, unless your dog/cat is on a special prescription diet or you simply do not want to change his/her feeding habits. If your pet is on any medication, we recommend that you bring it in with you and we will make every effort to administer the medicine as close as possible to the schedule they are used to.