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Vero Beach Pet Boarding

A Home Away from Home for Your Pet

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Whether traveling for business or pleasure, there is a lot to do and enough stress without having to worry about who is going to take care of your beloved companion. This is especially true if your pet has a chronic or acute medical condition that requires a caregiver with veterinary knowledge and experience.

Rather than impose on a neighbor or rely on a pet sitter, Divine Animal Hospital in Vero Beach offers veterinary-supervised boarding for your dog or cat that is affordable, safe and comfortable. The caring, experienced staff is dedicated to providing personal attention to your pet. Any special health needs, such as medicine administration, food preparation and exercise requirements will all be reviewed with you. Toys and personal items are welcome to help make your pet as comfortable as possible.

Reservations are required for all pet boarders. Pet boarding is provided as an all-inclusive service to hospital clients with a valid doctor/client/patient relationship. If your pet is not a client of the hospital, don't worry. All pets are allowed boarding services one time, without restriction, before being required to be client of the hospital.

Required Pet Vaccinations for Boarding

We require that all boarding dogs and cats be current on all vaccinations.

Please vaccinate your dog or cat prior to the check-in date. If that is not possible, we can provide needed vaccines the day of check-in.

If your pet has been vaccinated at another facility, we must have a copy of the current vaccination record on file (preferably prior to check-in) or your pet will be required to have those vaccines re-administered before being boarded. It is your responsibility to make sure your veterinarian has faxed this record to us and that we have received it.

In order to protect the well-being of the pets at Divine Animal Hospital, we reserve the right to refuse any pet for boarding that may have a contagious illness or other problems.

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