Opening July 2022

Riverwalk Pet Hospital - pet boarding

Riverwalk Pet Hospital & Resort

Pet Boarding

Our compassionate veterinary staff will make sure your pet receives plenty of one-on-one attention, interactive playtime, and nutritious meals. Learn more about our pet boarding services below!

Pet Boarding

We provide pet boarding for dogs and cats. All boarders receive personal attention from our caring staff!

Pet Boarding

We know that leaving your pet is never easy. We want you to feel comfortable knowing that we are wholly focused on their health and happiness when they’re with us. While you have many boarding options for your pet when you’re gone, we think our veterinarian-supervised kennel team will go above and beyond in looking after your pet while you’re away.

Our kennel area is properly cleaned daily so your pet can relax in a healthy environment. For the safety of all our pet guests, we require up-to-date pet vaccinations and an annual negative fecal test done before checking in. If your pet is not current on these vaccinations, the vaccines can be administered with an exam at the time of the boarding reservation.

If your pet is on any medications, our veterinary technicians or assistants will administer the medications to your pet during their stay. If your pet should become ill during their stay with us, our kennel personnel will notify our veterinarian who can determine as to whether any type of medical treatment is required in our veterinary clinic. Before you come to pick them up, add in a grooming session, and you’ll come home to a happy, clean, and well-rested pet!

pet boarding

Boarding Policies

Requirements for dogs and cats coming into the hospital for boarding, grooming, daycare, and/or day admittance, pets must be current with the following immunizations/parasite tests:

Dogs:

  • Rabies (initial vaccine booster after 1 year, then administered every 3 years thereafter)
  • DHPP (every two years)
  • Leptospirosis (yearly)
  • Bordetella (yearly)
  • Bivalent Canine Influenza (H3N8 and H3N2) (yearly)
  • Fecal (yearly) * pet has tested negative within the last 12 months

Cats:

  • Rabies (initial vaccine booster after 1 year then, administered every 3 years thereafter)
  • FVRCP (yearly)
  • Fecal (yearly) * pet has tested negative within the last 12 months

Pets less than a year old need to have completed their vaccination series up to the Rabies vaccination to be admitted into boarding, dog daycare, and grooming. All vaccinations must have been administered by a licensed veterinarianDue to the risk of being contagious, patients displaying potential respiratory illness, coughing, vomiting, and/or diarrhea must be scheduled for an appointment with a veterinarian, these pets are NOT eligible for day admission into the hospital.  Pets must also be free of internal and external parasites (or will be treated at the pet owner’s expense).