Do you want the comfort of knowing your pet will be in caring, professional and safe hands while your are away? Then you want to board at a Veterinary Hospital.
Circle L Animal Hospital provides a safe, comfortable, clean and loving environment for your furry family member while you are away. You can rest assured that if your pet becomes sick, stressed or has any problems, we are there to handle any issues and ensure that your animal receives the best care possible. Our boarding facilities are separate from our hospital so there is no cross-contamination, and the feline pets enjoy private quarters altogether.
Our canine friends are walked three times daily and allowed to play in our covered and enclosed 8×10 outdoor runs. They are fed per your instructions and we invite you to bring your own food, their beds and their favorite toy to play with and make them feel at home. Please feel free to tour our facility and allow our trained staff to care for you and your pet.
Here at Circle L Animal Hospital we pride ourselves in being a “home away from home” for all your furry friends. We offer separate canine and feline boarding areas, as well as music to help ease your pets’ minds as they stay here with us. For everyone’s safety, we do require your pet to be current on vaccinations and to have a current topical flea and tick treatment on board (we can apply it for you when you arrive if you would prefer) in order for your pet to stay with us.
If you would like to come prepared to your scheduled boarding appointment, please feel free to print out our Boarding Authorization.
You are welcome to come tour the Circle L Animal Hospital Boarding Facilities anytime during the hours of 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 2:00pm – 4:00pm.
- Due to the recent outbreak in Arizona, we strongly recommend having your pet vaccinated against leptospirosis before boarding at Circle L Animal Hospital.
- Pets are not protected with one vaccine. Your pet needs two for full protection. The vaccine should be administered at least 1 week before boarding and then repeated within the following three weeks.
- We still do not recommend vaccinating debilitated, sick or elderly patients and believe avoidance is the best thing for them.
- If you are boarding your pet, and your pet has only had one vaccine so far, or if you decline the vaccine altogether, then you must sign a waiver.