Whether you need to board your pet for one night or several days, we are happy to provide them with a caring and comfortable home away from home. Our amazing full-time staff will make your pet feel special while at our facilities.
Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center Boarding Lodge
In the Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center Boarding Lodge, we have separate, full-service accommodations for small pets of all kinds. Each animal guest will receive one-on-one care and attention throughout their stay with us. Our staff will take the time to get to know your pet so that they feel happy and comfortable while you’re away.
For an additional “Pampered Pet Fee” your animal will receive extra playtime, exercise, and walks, in addition to the attentive services we already provide.
We are also proud to offer boarding for police service dogs and special needs pets. If your pet is disabled, geriatric, diabetic, or recovering from surgery, we have special accommodations to meet their specific needs.
Unfortunately, we cannot board pets that may be contagious, including coughing and/or sneezing, because of the risk they pose to our other animal visitors. In order to help ensure the well-being of all of our boarding pets, we require dogs to be current on the following:
- Canine Flu (vaccination is not required but is recommended)
Cats are required to have current rabies and FVRCP vaccinations.
If vaccinations have not been administered at our facility, we will need written proof from a licensed veterinarian that your pet is current.
For both cats and dogs, vaccinations must be administered at least seven days prior to check-in. We do not administer over-due vaccines on check-in day.
Please arrive at check-in with all of the required information and be prepared to pick up your pet by 2 p.m. on the day he or she is scheduled to go home. After 2 p.m., we must charge for another boarding day to cover costs for continued care, food, walks and playtime.
Please note: We are not able to accept your pet’s bedding, blankets or toys. We provide the fresh, clean bed and blankets needed to keep our boarding guests warm and snuggly. If you prefer that we feed your pet’s dry food or edible treats, we will be happy to provide this service, providing, you bring enough food for the duration of your pet’s stay and it is in hard plastic container with a sealable lid, labeled with your pet’s first and last name.
Canned foods must also be labeled with your pet’s first and last name and not be opened. Be sure to provide enough cans for the number of meals to be served.
We do not accept raw diets for boarding pets due to the risk of salmonella exposure and bacterial cross contamination to our staff and other pets in our care.
For medical boarding pets, any prescription medications to be administered during your pet’s stay must be in their original labeled bottle or container. Be sure to provide enough pills or doses for the number of days your pet will be boarding. If your pet is not a patient of record at our facility (has not had a physical exam with one of our veterinarians within the past 12 months) we are not legally able to provide refills on any prescription medications.