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Oak Grove Animal Hospital offers day and overnight boarding for both cats and dogs. When you have to leave your pets, we will provide them with a safe and caring place to stay.
Cats stay in our special Kitty Condos, where they can relax in a safe, quiet, stress-free environment completely separate from our canine boarders.
Dogs stay in one of our canine cages or boarding runs appropriate to their size and activity level. Each dog is walked individually by one of our dedicated kennel staff.
Overnight guests are fed twice a day. We require you bring your own pet food for the duration of your pet's stay. Our goal is to help avoid any gastrointestinal issues that may occur due to a sudden dietary change. Each meal needs to be in its own sealed bag, labeled with your pet's first and last name. Any canned food or medications should also be labeled accordingly. We also ask that you bring extra food so there is no chance of running out during their stay. Any remaining food will be returned to you when your pet is picked up. If, for any reason, you are unable to provide your pet's own food, food will be provided from our selection of Royal Canin products at an additional charge (prices dependent on product) added to your regular boarding fees. Medication can be administered to your pet during their stay with us for an extra fee.
Please schedule drop-offs and pick-ups during our open hours Monday to Friday. If you have any questions about boarding your pet our staff will be more than happy to answer them.
Your pet can leave Oak Grove Animal Hospital feeling and smelling their best after having one of our friendly staff give them a bath. Each salon service includes a bath with special shampoo for skin care where required, nail trim and ear cleaning.
For the safety of all our animals we require that all pets staying with us or being bathed are fully up to date with their vaccinations.