Boarding is offered to our established clients. Boarding is charged by the calendar day regardless of drop off and discharge time. All of our boarding fees are to be paid at the time of your pet(s) admission. We discharge pets after 9:00 AM. All dogs are walked four to five times daily. Cages and runs are cleaned out a minimum of twice daily or more often as necessary. Food and water are supplied and changed at least twice daily.
Your own food and toys can be brought for your pet along with towels or beds but may get dirty and require washing during their stay.
We recommend and provide micro-chipping to ensure permanent ID for your pet.
Only available for fractious animals that need sedation.
to travel overseas with your pet? This process is very detailed and you'll have
to follow certain steps before coming to our office. Our doctors have the
National Accreditation to issue International Health Certificates for any
animals needing to travel overseas.
foreign country has specific requirements including vaccinations and the number
of days prior to travel when they can be administered in order to obtain the
International Health Certificate in time for your scheduled trip.
to research the specific requirements of the country you plan on visiting. If traveling
to European Union, you must use the New EU
form Annex IV or Annex 1 form depending on
whether you are traveling with your pet or not.
2nd Step: Contact the Consulate of the country you plan on
visiting to confirm these requirements.
Step: Contact your airline they may require an additional form such as
APHIS 7001 form to be issued by
licensed veterinarian that states the pet fit to travel.
Step: Bring all documentation, including vaccine (Rabies Certificate w/mfg
info) and medical records, to
our office when you bring your pet for the scheduled exam.
Feel free to contact our staff at 732-761-0868 with any questions
Contact our veterinary office today to visit us for your furry friend's flea prevention or pet vaccines.