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Pet Boarding Services in Collingwood

When you board your cat or dog at Blue Mountain Veterinary Services, you can rest assured that they will be well fed, well cared for, and loved by our veterinary team.

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Dog & Cat Boarding, Blue Mountain Veterinary Services in Clarksburg

We Treat Your Pets Like Family

We understand that it can be nerve-racking to leave your pet behind when you travel. Pet boarding services at Blue Mountain Veterinary Services allow you to put your mind at ease. 

When you board your pet here, you'll know that they're being cared for in a clean, comfortable, quiet environment. Our staff gives each pet one-on-one attention, and dogs get social and outdoor playtime. 

As passionate animal lovers, we love giving pets all the expert care and attention they deserve during their stay with us.

Boarding: A Typical Day

Dogs

First thing in the morning, dogs head outside to get some fresh air before breakfast. During this time, their kennels are cleaned, disinfected, and stocked with fresh linens. 

After breakfast, playtime ensues and the dogs are back outside for social play supervised by staff. If it's rainy, we have a full indoor play area with room for them to run around and exercise. 

Dinner is served in the evening, then they go for a final walk before bedtime.

Cats

Cats who come to stay with us love our Kitty Suite, a bright, airy space where they can enjoy the view from the window and bathe in the sunlight, jump onto the large cat climber, and of course, nap in their own bed.

We follow your specifications for feeding your cat while they stay with us, so their routine is as close to their home life as possible. 

Each cat gets time with our staff every day (if they want it) including snuggles, play, and pets. We check, clean, and disinfect litter boxes periodically each day. 

Linens are refreshed and rooms are cleaned daily. To ensure your kitty feels relaxed at all times, our cat boarding area, we keep our cat boarding area separated from our dog accommodations.

Boarding FAQs

Have questions about boarding your fur baby?

These are frequently asked questions we've received from customers about our pet boarding services at Blue Mountain Veterinary Services

  • What accommodations and amenities do you have?

    Anything your pet needs for a fun, relaxing stay is here, including:

    • Climate-controlled kennels
    • Special diet accommodations
    • Daily walks
    • Ample playtime with staff 
    • Separate boarding area for cats
    • Vets on call 24/7
    • Clean towels, blankets, and bowls
    • Individual space for each pet
    • Comfy beds for each guest
    • Bathing
  • How much does boarding cost?

    Your boarding fees will depend on the duration of your pet's stay, the size of your pet, and whether they'll need any special medical services or accommodations. 

    We offer competitive and affordable pricing. You are welcome to contact us for a quote.

  • Are boarders required to be vaccinated?

    Yes.  Up-to-date immunizations are mandatory for every animal who stays with us, for their protection.

    They also need to be up to date on flea prevention medication. If they are not, an application of Revolution or Advantage will be applied at an additional cost.

  • Do I need to make a reservation?

    Yes. Your reservation is essential and will guarantee that a space for your pet will be available. 

    To make a reservation, please call us or complete the form on this page. 

  • What time should I drop off and pick up my pet?

    You may drop off or pick up your pet during regular hospital hours. We strongly recommend making a reservation, especially for holidays and summer weekends.

  • What should I pack for my pet?

    Food: While food will be provided for your cat or dog during their stay, please feel free to bring enough of your pet's regular food or special diet food to last the duration of their stay.

    Medication: Please bring along any medication your pet takes, so it can be administered by staff.

    Toys: If your pet has a favourite toy or two, bring them along.

  • What if my pet needs to take medication?

    Please bring along any medication your pet requires. We will administer your pet's medications during their stay with us.

  • Can I get updates about my pet during their stay?

    Yes. We will always contact you via the emergency contact information you provide if there is a problem, but please feel free to call us to find out how your pet is doing during their stay.

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