Holiday Boarding (No Kennel)

HEAD: Pet Owners: Prepare for Boarding

If you’re traveling this holiday season and plan on boarding your pet, now’s the time to make sure your pet is ready for their kennel stay. Here’s a couple of reminders to keep you from having any last-minute delays at drop-off:

Current vaccinations. See that your pet’s shots—including Bordetella—are up-to-date prior to arrival and that you have a copy of their vaccination record. In fact, it’s a good idea to call now to confirm that your pet has all the inoculations necessary for boarding and to schedule vaccinations well before the holiday rush if not.

Prescription diets and parasite preventatives. If your pet is on a special or prescription diet, check to make sure you have enough for the entire length of stay if the boarding facility doesn’t provide it. You’ll also want to see that both dogs and cats are current on flea/tick and heartworm preventatives before you leave.

If you’d like to schedule an appointment to update your pet’s vaccinations, get records, or to purchase flea/tick and heartworm preventatives, don’t hesitate to call XXXX at 999-999-9999.