Pet Boarding

Pet Boarding from Island Trees Veterinary Hospital

By: Island Trees Veterinary Hospital  11/03/2015
Keywords: Kennels, Dog Daycare, Dog Kennel

When preparing to travel for business or taking your family on vacation there is a lot to do and enough stress without having to worry about who is going to take care of your beloved animal companion. Rather than impose on a neighbor or rely on a pet sitter with little animal care training, our veterinary hospital in Hicksville, can provide pet owners on Long Island with a safe, comfortable and fun place for their dog or cat to stay. We offer our clients two temperature controlled rooms with cages in a variety of sizes to accommodate our large and small guests. For those dogs that need even a little more room, we have 12 large runs, which are also available to smaller dogs that like to have a bit more room to relax in. Our highly trained kennel staff is stationed with our guests at all times and our medical staff checks in with the pets periodically throughout the day. We also like to provide plenty of exercise to our canine friends by making sure they are walked many times throughout the day. For those animals with special medical needs, we will make sure they receive their medicine at the right time and the right dose. We do require that your pet is up to date with its vaccines and encourage you to make a reservation prior to when you plan on traveling, especially around the holidays as we tend to fill up.

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