People often inquire if the Heights Veterinary Clinic offers boarding for dogs and cats. The answer is yes we do! We offer boarding for cats and dogs of all sizes for our current clientele provided that the following simple guidelines are met.
- The pet must be a current patient of Heights Veterinary Clinic. This means that one of our Dr’s must have examined the pet within the past 24 months. If you are a new client to us, or if your pet has not been examined by one of our Dr’s in that time period, then the patient must have an exam with one of our Dr’s prior to their stay in order to have an established Dr/patient relationship.
- The pet must be current on all vaccinations as per Heights Veterinary Clinic protocol;
- Dogs must have had a Corona and Bordetella vaccination in the past 6 months,and a current Rabies, Canine Influenza, and Distemper/Parvo Vaccine.
- Cats must have had a FVRCP and a Rabies Vaccine within the past year.
- We ask that you don’t bring personal belongings to leave with your pet. Items such as collars, leashes, bedding, clothing, etc. pose a potential hazard for your pet while boarding so we ask that you leave those items at home.
- You may bring a specific food that will be fed to your pet on their feeding schedule. Please keep this food in easy to handle containers, and only bring what your pet will need during his or her stay.
- Pets will be checked for fleas upon check-in. If fleas are present, your pet will be treated for fleas at your expense to ensure we keep a flea free environment for all of our other boarders.
- For the safety of your animal, we only allow one pet per cage.
Stay and Play!
We now offer additional fun for our boarders called Stay and Play. You can choose from three different activities, depending on which fun activity you think your pet will enjoy most. Each session lasts for 10 minutes and you can choose as many as you would like.
- Free Roam / Off Leash Play
- Cuddle Time
- Water Fun