Cat & Dog Boarding and Daycare Services in Clemmons
At Animal Hospital of Clemmons, we offer daycare and overnight boarding services for cats and dogs.
Your Pet's Home Away From Home
We know that when you go away, you want to board your pet at place you can rely on to provide the comfort and safety of home.
Animal Hospital of Clemmons provides comprehensive boarding services for cats and dogs, including regular exercise, one-on-one attention, and on call medical care if needed.Contact Us To Book
Pet Boarding FAQs
Read answers to our most frequently asked questions about pet boarding at our animal hospital.
What accommodations and amenities do you offer?
Our animal hospital has everything your pet needs for a fun, relaxing stay.
Our boarding facilities feature indoor, climate-controlled kennels for our canine guests and cat condos for our feline guests.
While staying with us, your pet will enjoy daily walks, playtime, bathing, and more:
- Climate-controlled kennels
- Comfy beds for each guest
- Clean towels, blankets, and bowls
- Indoor/outdoor runs
- Individual space for each pet
- Separate boarding area for cats
- Bathing and grooming areas
- Daily walks for dogs
- Abundant daily playtime with staff
- Special diet accommodations
- Vets on call 24/7
Do you offer specialized care for senior pets?
Seniors often have special needs when it comes to feeding, grooming, and the administration of medication. We will make sure your senior pet gets the personalized attention they deserve as long as they're with us! go here
How much does boarding cost?
Boarding fees vary based on the size of the pet and the duration of the stay. Special medical requirements or extra services may affect cost as well.
That said, our pricing is affordable and competitive, and we welcome you to contact us for a quote.
Are boarders required to be vaccinated?
Yes, for your pet’s protection, current immunizations are required for every animal who stays with us
Do I need to make a reservation for daycare or boarding?
Yes, making a reservation is essential to guarantee a space in the kennel for your pet, as availability is limited.
Please complete the form on this page, or call us to make a reservation.
What time should I drop off and pick up my pet?
Your pet can be dropped off or picked up any time during our regular hospital hours.
What should I pack for my pet?
Food: While we provide food for animals staying with us, but if your pet is sensitive or fussy, feel free to bring enough of their regular food to last the duration of the stay.
Medication: If your pet takes any medication, bring it along for our staff to administer.
Toys: If your pet has a special toy or two, please bring them along.
What if my pet needs to take medication?
If your pet needs to take medication, we will be glad to administer it while they are staying with us.
Can I get updates about my pet during their stay?
Yes, feel free to call us for updates during your pet's stay with us. If there is a problem, we will contact you via the emergency contact information you provide.
How many animals do you board at one time?
Although we have 42 cages available at Animal Hospital of Clemmons, we do not board a specific number of animals at any given time. However, depending on their size and needs, multiple pets may stay in one cage.
Are there any restrictions on the dogs or cats you board?
For the safety of all pets here as well as the staff, we require that pets be up to date on all of their vaccines to be boarded. The vaccines they must have include DHP, Parvovirus, Bordetella (for dogs), and FVRCP for cats. Both dogs and cats also require Rabies vaccinations.
Here is some more info about each disease and vaccination:
DHP - Distemper, Hepatitis and Parainfluenza
Distemper is a viral, highly contagious disease affecting a dog's respiratory, gastrointestinal, and central nervous system. Canine Distemper Virus most often afflicts puppies between the ages of 3 to 6 months.
Infectious canine hepatitis affects the lining of blood vessels, spleen, kidneys, liver, lungs, and potentially other organs in dogs. This contagious disease can result in longterm kidney damage.
Parainfluenza is a contagious respiratory virus that can cause kennel cough. It often develops when several dogs are in close proximity to one another.
Bordetella is the most common bacterial agent that causes kennel cough in dogs. This noncore vaccine is often mandatory for dogs that are frequently in contact with other dogs in boarding, daycare, kennel, shows, and other settings.
FVRCP - Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and PanleukopeniaFVR refers to feline viral rhinotracheitis, which can lead to severe upper respiratory disease. FHV-1 diminishes a cat's pulmonary defense mechanisms and can lead to feline calicivirus or secondary bacterial pneumonia.
C refers to calicivirus and usually causes oral ulcers and upper respiratory tract disease. It can also lead to lameness, pneumonia, chronic stomatitis, or systemic disease.
P stands for panleukopenia or feline distemper, which is highly contagious and unfortunately has a high mortality rate. It attacks the lymph nodes and bone marrow, which inhibits a cat's immune system.
This deadly viral disease spreads via infected pets and wildlife, usually through biting. It attacks the nervous system, changes brain function and behavior, and causes fatal illness. Rabies is highly fatal, with no treatment available, so prevention with an annual booster is key.
Is there a limit to how many animals I can board?
There is no limit to the amount of animals you can board, as long as we have cages available.
Is there a discount for boarding multiple animals at once?
There is no discount for boarding multiple pets at the same time.