North Oatlands Animal Hospital & Reproduction Center AAHA


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Boarding & Daycare

Boarding & Daycare

We at North Oatlands Pet Center understand that leaving your pets behind when you travel – whether it’s for work, family, or fun – can cause you stress and sleepless nights. Worry no more. We offer full-service boarding for your dog or cat. And, should your pet get sick while you’re away, they’re in exactly the right place!

Our boarding areas are clean and comfortable and designed to meet the unique needs of our dog and cat clients. For cats, that means having a dedicated feline boarding space, far away from the dogs. Our cat condos are on a separate floor from the dog kennels, ensuring a peaceful stay for your fluffy friend.

Our canine boarding facility will offer three different types of boarding. They are:

  • Traditional four-by-six feet runs in a large room where they can see and hear other dogs
  • Private rooms dog parents will be able to monitor via a closed-circuit camera
  • Deluxe private rooms equipped with a camera as well as cozy furniture

We recommend that you bring your own food, although we can feed your dog a low-fat, GI-healthy kibble for an additional charge. Bedding and food bowls are provided. You’re welcome to bring your own, but there’s always a chance your personal items could be lost or destroyed.

Dogs will be taken outside for regular bathroom breaks and for playtime in our fenced-in yard.

Our cat condos are located upstairs and well away from the dog kennels to ensure a peaceful stay for your fluffy friend.

Boarding Requirements:


  • Current Vaccinations including Rabies and FVRCP (Distemper)
  • Negative intestinal parasite test (within the past six months)
  • Negative feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus test


  • Current Vaccinations including Rabies, DA2PP (Distemper/Adeno/Parvovirus), and Bordetella
  • Negative intestinal parasite test (within the past six months)

A flu shot is not required for dogs, but we recommend getting them vaccinated for both H3N8 and H3N2 virus strains prior to boarding.

Your pet will need to be current on their vaccinations before they can stay with us. We strongly suggest you get your pet vaccinated at least two weeks prior to boarding, as this will give the immunities time to take effect.