Boarding Services

We board pets in our kennels at Spring Valley Animal Hospital as a service for our clients and the local community on a reservation basis. Each pet is kept in an individual cage in our air-conditioned and heated facility, and each kennel is cleaned daily with a disinfectant for your pet's health. All pets are fed daily with a well-balanced diet formulated for sensitive stomachs. Special diets and medications can be accommodated upon request.  We supply blankets and towels for your pet's comfort, so there is no need to bring anything with you.

Medications will be administered for an additional fee per day.   

Drop off/Pick up:

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-7pm
Saturday: 8:30am– 1pm
   
*Boarders are required to be up-to-date on DA2PPVL (including Leptospirosis), Rabies, Bordetella (updated every 6 months), and Canine Influenza.  Boosters can be administered upon check in but initial vaccines need to have been administered 2 weeks prior to boarding.  This is for the safety of both your pet and those already in the hospital/boarding. New boarders are also required to receive a physical exam from the veterinarian so that we are familiar with your pet and their physical well being. 


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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

7:00pm

Friday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Saturday:

8:30am

1:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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