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Posted on 10-11-2011
Are you fretting already about what to do with your dog or cat when you go away for the holidays? Have you recently moved and are uncertain about who to have watch your beloved, furry friends while you're visiting family for Christmas? You'd like to take them with you, but you are justifiably afraid about having them fly on the airplane. Consider pet boarding at our Newport News animal clinic.
Cat and dog boarding at our animal clinic has several advantages. Chief among these is that you'll have peace of mind knowing that your cat or dog will be around people that care about pets and are skilled at taking care of them.
You know they'll be fed properly, have fresh water daily and be able to exercise regularly. In fact, many dogs and cats even seem to look forward to their "vacation" at the clinic. Additionally, you know there is a skilled veterinarian on site in case of a medical situation.
It's not too early to make arrangements to board your Hampton area dog or cat for the holidays. At Deer Park Animal Hospital in Newport News, we recommend making arrangements in early fall for holiday cat and dog boarding. At our animal hospital, we can only accommodate animals up to 40 pounds and the spaces are limited during the holiday season. We don't want you to be disappointed if you call and we're all full during the time you'll be away.
Have you boarded your dog or cat at the veterinarian's office over the winter holidays? Was it a positive experience for you and your pet? Share your story with our readers by leaving a comment below.
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Dr. Savell has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.