Board Your Dog and Cat With Us!
Board your dog and cat with Greentree Animal Hospital and have peace of mind that your pet will be treated with loving care by our expert boarding staff and will be happy and healthy while you are away. Give us a call to schedule your boarding reservation(s) and drop off/pick up time. If you are not yet a client with us, please give us a call to schedule a comprehensive, pre-boarding examination.
Pets sleep great at Greentree Animal Hospital because:
- They have a comfortable, clean, environmentally controlled environment.
- Each pet receives individual, loving attention.
- We administer medications and the proper feeding schedule for your special pet.
- Dogs are exercised outdoors at least twice daily or in accordance with their ability.
- We encourage you to bring your pets' regular food.
- Cat guests are kept in a separate area away from dogs and the noise and activity of the rest of the animal hospital.
- Cats are given fresh water and a sanitary litter box at least once every day.
- Pets go home healthy and happy!
- You will have the peace of mind that your pet is under the watchful eyes of our veterinarian and specially-trained staff.
- Must be an established patient with our hospital.
- Clear fecal test within the last 6 months.
- Vaccines current and up to date.
- Your approval that if fleas and/or ticks are found, your pet will be treated medically.
Medically Supervised Boarding
Do you have a pet with special needs? We are here to help! Greentree Animal Hospital is pleased to offer medically-supervised boarding for pets with special needs. Your pet will be comfortable boarding with us for a single night or for extended periods. Our veterinarian and specially-trained staff are here if your pet has any medical needs during his or her stay. Drop-off and pick up at any time during our normal business hours.
Would Your Pet Benefit from Medically-Supervised Boarding?
If your pet fits any of these conditions, your pet would benefit from medically-supervised boarding while you are away:
- Elderly pets with serious medical conditions or chronic conditions that are being managed.
- Pets that have recently had major surgery (especially orthopedic surgeries).
- Rehabilitation patients.
- Pets requiring extra assistance to walk.
- Pets requiring wound care.
- Boarding for diabetic pets.
- Medications/treatments can be administered by trained medical personnel such as oral medications, insulin injections, and fluid therapy.