Pet Boarding Facility
Our pets are an important part of our lives, but sometimes we are unable to care for them over short periods of time due to travel, medical procedures or other circumstances. Dickinson County Animal Clinic can help during these situations. Our dog and cat boarding facility offers a place for your pet to stay when you can’t stay with them.
Dickinson County Animal Clinic offers 26 spacious 4’ X 16’ indoor/outdoor runs as well as 6 smaller 4’ X 6’ indoor only kennels. We strive to keep your canine pet comfortable by allowing access to the outdoor portion of the kennel when the weather is favorable. Indoor kennels are kept heated or cooled according to the season. We provide bowls, beds, towels, blankets and Hills Science Diet dog food. If your pet is on medication or a special diet, we are able to accommodate their needs.
Dickinson County Animal Clinic offers feline boarders their own space in our Top Cat Resort rooms. Each room is a quiet floor to ceiling space 4” deep and 3” wide featuring a cat tower that offers a place to hide and room to climb. We provide bowls, blankets, litter box with litter and Science Diet cat food. If your pet is on medication or a special diet, we are able to accommodate their needs.
All dogs and cats in our boarding facility are required to be current on vaccines. For your pet’s safety and for the safety of other animals, we require dogs to have current rabies, distemper/parvo, and kennel cough vaccinations. Cats are required to have current rabies and feline distemper vaccinations. Proof of vaccination is required. If an animal is not current on vaccines, we are able to vaccinate them upon admission.
Weekend hours are available if you need to pick up your boarded animal during non business hours.*
Saturday: 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – Noon, 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Call 712-330-7178 when you have arrived at the clinic to alert the boarding staff.
* Check out during holiday hours includes an additional fee. Holiday hours: 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.