Full Care Boarding
We offer full care
boarding with climate controlled indoor kennel and an outdoor
fenced backyard for your pet's enjoyment and comfort. We
Hill's Science Diet to maintain optimum digestive health,
or bring your own food for those with specific dietary needs.
We require all boarders to be current on
Kennel Cough vaccinations.
Visitors are welcome. See photos of our
facilities on our Facilities page.
We offer in-house grooming services with
Donna Svien by appointment only.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up to date is the simplest
way and first line of defense in maintaining your pet's
health. Talk to your vet to set up the
recommended vaccination schedule for your pet. Our clinic offers
a full line of vaccinations to meet your individual needs,
including the Rattlesnake and Lyme vaccines.
- Kennel Cough
- Canine Influenza
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Heartworm Testing & Treatment
Heartworms are a mosquito-born parasite that can
infect both cats and dogs, but are most commonly
found in dogs. Infected mosquitoes deposit
heartworm larvae when they puncture the skin of the
animal. Heartworms are easily preventable
through a variety of heartworm prevention
medications. We recommended testing dogs once
a year, and require a yearly negative heartworm test
to dispense heartworm prevention medication.
We offer the following preventive medications:
- ProHeart injection (once
every 6 months)
- Iverheart (once monthly
- Interceptor (once monthly
- Revolution (once monthly
- Trifexis (once monthly
chewable tablet - covers heartworms, fleas and
If your pet has been diagnosed
with heartworms, your vet will provide you with a
recommendation for treatment that is right for your
pet. Treatment and costs can vary depending on
overall health of the animal and length of exposure
to the parasite.
recommends and offers dental services to help maintain your pets
optimal health. Maintaining your pet's teeth by providing
routine dental exams, cleanings, and removing loose and/or
decaying teeth, can help extend the life of your cat or dog and
avoid more serious health problems later on.
Dental services on dogs and cats requires the
use of anesthesia and, therefore, will require an appointment be
scheduled in advance. We also recommend that your pet be
placed on an antibiotic three days before and three days after
their scheduled dental appointment.
See our Surgery Info
page for more information on scheduling your pets dental