When boarding your pet at Lowell Road Veterinary Center, you can rest assured knowing that your pet will be in the caring and capable hands of our experienced staff.
While you’re away, we want you to be confident that your pet is receiving the best care possible. We provide your pet with bowls and bedding as part of your boarding package. We suggest bringing their normal diet with them. But if you don’t, we provide Royal Canin GI low fat (canine) and Royal Canin GI moderate calorie (feline). If there is anything else you would like to bring to make your pet more comfortable during his or her stay, please feel free to do so! We just ask that you label all belongings that you leave with your pet and understand that accidents do happen and it may not be returned when they leave.
One of the many benefits of boarding your animal with us is that if your pet should become ill for any reason while you’re away, a veterinarian will be available on the premises or on call for assistance. Your pet can be treated by the doctor and staff you trust the most!
In order to board your pet at Lowell Road Veterinary Center, your pet must be a current patient, and be up to date on all vaccinations. If you are a current client, we will have these records on file. If you are a new client, we will need verification of your pet’s vaccination status along with an exam with one of our veterinarians prior to boarding. Dogs must be current on Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella, Heartworm test and have a negative fecal exam. Pets also must be up to date on heartworm, flea and tick preventative. Cats must be current on Rabies, Distemper, flea and tick preventative. If vaccines were received elsewhere, you must bring these records with you when you drop your pet off, or you may email them in advance. Any vaccines that are not current will be updated upon arrival at your expense.
For questions about pricing, availability, or any other boarding related questions, please give us a call or send us an email.