There are times when we have to leave town and simply cannot take our furry little ones with us.
We always recommend trying to find a friend or family member to care for your pets in the comfort of your own home. Seeing a familiar face in the environment that they are used to reduces the stress of their parents not being around. If your family, friends, and trusted neighbours are not available, the next best option would be to find in-home pet sitters.
You are welcome to contact us at Neighbourhood Pet Clinic to arrange for in-home day visits with your furry little one. If you are looking for overnight pet sitters, members of our team are often available to help, or would be happy to provide their own personal recommendations for other pet sitters in the city.
Both Neighbourhood Pet Clinic locations offer cat boarding and dog day-boarding, however we are not able to provide overnight dog-boarding at this time. Contact us with any questions you may have, to book your boarding dates, or stop by for a tour of our facilities.
All furry family members that visit Neighbourhood Pet Clinic for any length of time need to be fully up to date on vaccinations. For cats this includes the FVRCP and Rabies vaccines, and for dogs, the DA2PP and Rabies vaccines.