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Before considering whether to board your pet, please check their vaccination records to make sure they have been vaccinated within the past 12 months. If your pet is due for a booster vaccination make sure this is done well ahead of the boarding period.
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What to look for in pet boarding
At Sydney Animal Hospitals we pride ourselves in our dog and cat boarding facilities.
There are a number of factors to consider with pet boarding, such as:
- How big are individual kennels?
- Is there any natural light?
- Will your pet have access to a run during the day?
- How many kennels are there in the complex? Fewer kennels can mean a quieter, calmer stay.
- Do the kennels smell bad? If so, this can indicate poor hygiene or ventilation problems.
- Are there signs of overbooking or overcrowding?
- Do they provide food or can you provide your own pet’s specific diet?
- Can they medicate pets if required?
- Do they have veterinarians in attendence should an emergency occur?
At Sydney Animal hospitals you're boarding your pet with the full services of a veterinary hospital with qualified veterinary and pet healthcare team in attendence.
An ideal boarding facility for your pet has a relaxed, calm atmosphere, created by having fewer kennels/animals, a design that minimises stress and allows maintenance of a high standard of hygiene.
Please give us a call at Sydney Animal Hospitals to discuss your pet boarding needs.