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Will you be traveling out of town in the near future? If so, then you may be wondering who will take care of your pet(s) while you're away. One viable option to consider is that of boarding your pet at a trusted facility, such as a veterinary clinic. Here at Uniontown Veterinary Clinic, pet boarding is just one of many services we have to offer. In fact, we strive to be your one-stop shop for all things related to your pet's health and wellness.
If you're looking for reliable pet boarding in Uniontown, you've come to the right place. We provide quality boarding services for dogs and cats alike, so you can rest assured your furry friend is in good hands while you're away. Whether you'll be gone for just the weekend or for an extended stay, we'll be sure to provide your pet with the dedicated care he or she needs—all at an affordable price for you!
When compared to other options, pet boarding simply makes the most sense. For example, while it may be tempting to leave your pet at home and have someone "check in" on your pet every couple of days, your pet will not have the daily supervision that's needed. And if your pet is of the anxious type, you could very well come home to destroyed furniture and belongings! And of course, bringing your pet with you on your trip isn't typically practical, as traveling with pets and finding pet-friendly hotels can be a real challenge.
When you board your pet at a trusted facility, you can enjoy the peace of mind in knowing your pet is being taken care of daily, fed, and given plenty of attention.
If you're thinking about dog boarding, be sure to keep some considerations in mind. For starters, your dog will need to be up-to-date on all vaccinations and immunizations in order to be accepted at our boarding facility. Furthermore, since many dogs suffer from separation anxiety, we also recommend bringing a familiar toy or object (such as a blanket) from home to make your dog more comfortable.
For cat boarding, keep in mind that the same requirements regarding vaccinations and immunizations apply. We recommend bringing some of your cat's favorite toys along for their stay. If you're boarding more than one cat at once, consider having them placed together in the same space (assuming they get along). This will help to reduce anxiety during their stay.
Finding a veterinarian in Uniontown that you can trust with all your pet's needs can be a challenge, but Uniontown Veterinary Clinic is the solution. We're proud to be the Hartville veterinarian and Green veterinarian of choice. Feel free to give our office a call at (330) 699-9937 to find out more about our boarding services or to make your pet's reservation today. We're also currently providing a free consultation to all new patients!