At Dutchess County Animal Hospital, we recognize that keeping your pet healthy on the outside is equally as important as managing his or her internal wellbeing. That’s why we’re pleased to offer bath and brush out services with a veterinary assistant as well as medically supervised boarding to further serve the needs of our valued clients. We want to be here to help provide for all of your pet care needs so you’ll never have to go anywhere else!
Our experienced veterinary assistants possess all the skills necessary to handle all of your pet’s skin and fur care needs. What’s more, she offers a gentle touch that is sure to set even the most anxious animal at ease. We’ll have your pet looking, smelling and feeling his or her very best in no time!
Have a special request? Just ask! We’re happy to accommodate whenever possible. Help your pet develop into a confident, clean and balanced member of the family that everyone will love to be around.
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For those times when you need to leave for a few days and can’t bring your pet along, Dutchess County Animal Hospital offers peace-of-mind, medically supervised boarding services. Please keep in mind that boarding space is limited, and preference is given to existing clients. It’s also important to note that because we do not have the space and staff capacity to adequately exercise our guests for extended stays. Stays should be no longer than 7-10 days. Please keep this in mind when planning your vacation.
Although we do not require it, we do recommend bringing your pet’s regular food from home. Sudden changes in diet, combined with the stress of boarding, can cause digestive problems in any pet. If your pet develops digestive upset while here, however, you can take comfort in knowing that we will treat the problem accordingly – your companion will be in excellent hands during his or her stay!
Boarding guests are required to be current on all necessary vaccinations (rabies, distemper, bordetella, lepto, and influenza for dogs; rabies and distemper for cats). We will be happy to vaccinate your pet if a current vaccine certificate is not available. We also maintain a “flea-free” policy within our boarding area. We require an approved flea prevention product to be up to date and have been used or applied within the past month (or as directed). For more information on approved products or our policy, please speak to a knowledgeable care team member. Owners will be responsible for any costs incurred for vaccines, flea prevention, or medical care deemed necessary while boarding in our facility.
Traveling is stressful enough. Let us take some of the worry out with our boarding services. Call today to learn more!