IMAG0442-660x371Boarding Drop-Off & Pick-Up Hours

Monday-Friday: 7am – 6pm
Saturday: 8am – noon
Sunday: Closed

Required Medical Information

To board your pet at Shiloh Veterinary Hospital, your pet must be up to date on all vaccines and analyses, including the following:Screen Shot 2017-09-29 at 2.29.34 PMScreen Shot 2017-09-29 at 2.29.25 PM

  • Fecal analysis (current within one year)
  • Feline Distemper (fvr-cp)
  • Rabies
  • (Recommended but not required) Feline Leukemia

Cat Condos – $17.00/night

Description: The cat condos are located in our aquatic themed cat room! Each condo has a main lounging area with an upstairs compartment for bedding and a downstairs compartment for their litter box.

Feeding times are at 7am and 3pm unless requested otherwise.

Bedding, litter boxes, food and water dishes, and litter are provided.

Cats are let out for play time in the cat by themselves room unless they are displaying signs of aggression or timidity.

Additional Information

Medication

Medicated boarding is an additional $3.25 per night.

Feline Belongings and Food

Due to limited storage space, please limit the number of toys, blankets, etc. you bring for your pet, or a storage fee may be charged. If you wish to bring food for your pet from home, please prepackage food in Ziploc bags or easy to store containers. Talk to a receptionist if you have any questions about storage or packaging food.

Further Services

Please ask about any additional services you would like your pet to receive, such as nail trim, ear cleaning, etc.

Aggressive Pet Boarding Policy

An aggressive pet is defined as a pet that directly acts to lunge at or bite an individual or other animal with the probable intention of doing harm to that person or other pet. We would encourage all owners of aggressive pets to find an alternative to boarding these pets in a boarding facility. Please talk to a receptionist for more information on our Aggressive Pet Boarding Policy.