In order to meet your pet’s needs, please take a few moments to fill out the following information:
Did you bring food?
List Medication Name & Dosage (Preferred in original container)
Please Note: There is an additional fee to administer medications to your pet while boarding
Has your pet been medicated and/or fed today? (If so, what medications and when?)
All dogs will receive Capstar, an oral flea preventative upon entry at the owner’s expense. Dogs that are staying three nights or longer will also receive Capstar upon departure. Cats will receive Capstar upon entry if fleas are present.
All boarded pets must be current on all required vaccines and free of internal and external parasites to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and parasites.
Please feel free to discuss with our staff any of the additional services that may be needed while your pet is in boarding.
1. Exam (Please explain problem or concern, as well as Doctor preference)
2A) Canine Vaccines
2B) Feline Vaccines
3) Lab Work
5) Grooming Services
All dogs boarding five nights or longer are recommended to have a bath at the owner’s expense to maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of the pet.
CPR or DNR Consent
CPR means Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation and is the treatment or resuscitation of a pet who has stopped breathing or whose heart has stopped beating. Resuscitation of a pet who has stopped breathing but still has a heartbeat is more likely to succeed than resuscitation of a pet with no heartbeat.
DNR means Do Not Resuscitate. This means if a pet stops breathing or the heart stops, no effort will be made to attempt to revive the pet, and the pet will die.
Emergency medical attention will be provided if needed, and every attempt will be made to contact me if such case should arise. I understand that the doctors and staff will use sound medical knowledge, and I as the owner accept all financial responsibility.
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