Should You Board Your Pet With Your Vet?
The holidays are no time to leave your furry friends home alone. If you can't find a pet sitter, and many times you can't, you need the best in pet boarding to keep your pets safe, healthy, and happy. Here are three things about pet boarding your veterinarian at Branch's Veterinary Clinic in Tifton, GA, wants every pet owner to know about boarding your pet with your vet.
Any Place You Board Your Pets Needs to Be Safe and Secure
The State of Georgia requires every operator of a pet boarding facility to get a license. State rules require kennels to be kept dry, clean, and climate controlled. They are expected to make sure that a stay in their facility does not result in your getting grand-puppies. The kennel is expected to keep animals with behavioral challenges separate from all their other animal guests.
But Branch's Veterinary Clinic offers you more than the minimum. Although we have all the bedding, food, and toys any pet can need, we encourage you to leave your pet with familiar toys, bedding, and food to remind them of you while you are away. We can administer any medications your pet needs, and we can even do a dental checkup on your pet during their stay.
Pets Being Boarded Away From Home Need Extra Human Attention
Pets miss their humans when they have to spend some time in a pet boarding facility. Boarding pets need extra playtime and petting to adjust to unfamiliar surroundings. At Branch's Veterinary Clinic, we make sure that when your pet isn't resting and relaxing, there are lots of opportunities for fun.
Some Pets Need to Be Boarded at an Animal Hospital
It can be hard to find the right care for a senior pet, a disabled pet, a diabetic pet, a pet that has cancer, or any pet that is given medication every day. Sometimes what your pet needs is something closer to an animal hospital than just a group kennel. Branch's Veterinary Clinic can provide all the healthcare services your pet needs along with all the love and attention your pet deserves while you are away.
Ask us about cat and dog daycare that helps pets overcome separation anxiety.
Call Branch's Veterinary Clinic to Learn More about Our Pet Boarding
Call us at (229) 382-6055 to learn about boarding services for your pet. Even better, make a date for your pet to stay with us overnight so we can get to know them and they can get to know us, and your dog or cat will feel comfortable staying at Branch's Veterinary Clinic when they need a longer stay. Branch's Veterinary Clinic is located at 205 Belmont Ave, Tifton, GA, 31794-4522.