When your pet arrives for boarding, he or she will receive a brief assessment by one of our boarding attendants. The attendant will notify the doctor on duty if anything out of the ordinary (skin issues, eye problems, etc.) is noted on the assessment and a team member may reach out to you for further treatment if you grant permission. Additionally, the attendant will check for fleas and ticks, and, if any are found, the attendant will treat your pet at the owner’s expense. We require all boarding pets to be current on their vaccinations either as done at Mercy or by a previous veterinarian. If your pet is not up to date on their vaccinations, a physical exam will be performed and all necessary vaccines will be administered by a Mercy doctor. This is done for the safety and well being of all the pets at our facility.
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Vaccination Requirements for Pet Boarding
Adult cats must be current on their rabies and FVRCP vaccines. It is recommended that vaccines be current at least 14 days prior to boarding arrival date.
Adult dogs must be current on their rabies, distemper/parvo, canine influenza H3N8, canine influenza H3N2 and bordetella vaccines. It is recommended that vaccines be current at least 14 days prior to boarding arrival date.
Kittens must be at least 16 weeks of age and received their first rabies shot and second FVRCP vaccination.
Puppies must be at least 16 weeks of age and have received their rabies shot, second round of canine influence H3N8 and H3N2 vaccine, the third round of distemper/parvo and bordetella vaccines.
Your Pet’s Stay at Mercy’s Boarding Facility
During your pet’s stay at the Mercy boarding facility, our trained kennel attendants will feed, walk your dog twice daily; cat boarders will have their kennels checked, beds fluffed, and get love and pets twice daily! All bedding, leashes and other accommodations are cleaned and sanitized as needed, but at least once daily. All dogs will be fed Science Diet Sensitive Stomach and cats will be fed Science Diet Optimal Care, but you are welcome to bring your pet’s regular food for them to eat. If necessary, kennel attendants can also administer medication to your pet. If your pet will need medication, please provide us with clear, concise instructions and bring the medication in its original container.
We also offer a daytime only boarding service. This service includes free-choice water, cleaning, feeding and medication administration as needed. Bedding will be provided and your pup will get two walks.