What do you do with your precious pet when you have to leave town without them? The next time you go out of town, let your pet board with us at Clinton Animal Hospital! Our modern boarding facility has recently been upgraded from top to bottom. Our controlled climate facility keeps boarders cool in the summer and cozy during the winter months. Finally, our caring and trained kennel staff, with many years of experience and knowledge, is directly supervised by our veterinarians. Clinton Animal Hospital also has a brand new generator to maintain the power, heating, and air conditioning on during an outage. In the unlikely event your constant companion has a need while under our care; help is just a woof or meow away!

While boarding, Clinton Animal Hospital feeds Science Diet Advanced Fitness, however, if your pet is on a special diet or food, please bring it along with any medication your pet currently requires so that our experienced staff can provide them as needed.

For the safety of your pet, as well as our other boarders, all pets must be current on their vaccination schedule before their stay at Clinton Animal Hospital. Our canine compadres must up to date with vaccinations against rabies, distemper, adenovirus, parainfluenza, parvovirus, leptospirosis, and bordetella (kennel cough). Our feline friends must be current against rabies, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia, chlamydia, and leukemia. If your companion animal is not current, or you are unsure of their vaccination status, please schedule an appointment four weeks in advance before their anticipated stay to ensure they are up to date on their vaccination schedule.

At Clinton Animal Hospital, we understand you have a choice in where you board your pets. Our prices are competitive, and the compassion and experience of our kennel crew make our modern facility a safe and comfortable place for your furry family member. Spaces fill up early, especially during the summer and holidays. Please contact one of our caring professionals and schedule to board your companion animal at Clinton Animal Hospital.