Board Your Pet in Old Town
As a pet owner, one of the most important decisions you can make while planning your vacation or business trip is finding a safe, comfortable place for your four-legged friend to stay during your absence. Our pet boarding facility in Old Town can provide your companion with the safety, comfort, and affection they deserve, and give you peace of mind knowing they’re receiving the best care. Our team members enjoy playing and snuggling with our boarding guests whenever possible!
What We Offer at Our Pet Boarding Facility
Our boarding accommodations include spacious kennels and dog runs. Cats and dogs are always kept in separate areas, to keep the environment as low-stress as possible. For our canine guests, we can arrange group play sessions so they can socialize, have fun and burn off energy. Dogs are taken out for walks several times a day to eliminate and get plenty of exercise. Cat enclosures have separate areas for their litter box for added comfort, and receive individual attention from our staff members. Kennels and runs are cleaned daily, and fresh water is always available.
We also provide clean, comfortable bedding for all boarding guests; we cannot guarantee the safe return of items brought from home. You do need to bring your pet’s food if they are on a special diet, though we can provide food if necessary. Both food and medication brought from home need to be in durable containers labeled with your pet’s name and clear directions. If you have any additional instructions or requests for us, please notify our front desk staff when you drop off your pet.
If you wish, we can send you text updates and photos of your pet to keep you posted on how they’re doing. We know how hard it is to leave a pet behind, even if it’s only for a couple of days.
Non-patients of our animal hospital are more than welcome to board with us, but we will need proof of vaccinations in the form of medical records, an invoice or a rabies certificate. Patients of our hospital must also be up to date on their vaccinations. The following requirements are:
- Distemper (FVRCP)
- 6-month Bordetella
- Negative fecal sample in last 12 months/UTD on annual deworming
- Distemper (DHP)
- 6-month Bordetella
- Canine influenza (H3N2 and H3N8)
- Negative fecal sample in last 12 months