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Posted on 04-22-2016
Going on vacation can rejuvenate your spirit, but what about your pets? What's going to happen to them while you're gone? Rather than trying to find a friend or family member to care for your pet while you're out of town, let your pet have a spa experience of its own with our Winter Garden veterinarians. At Winter Garden Animal Hospital we aim to make dog boarding and cat boarding into a vacation experience for your pet.
When your pet stays with us, we'll ensure he or she has a safe and pleasant boarding experience. Your pet's health and safety is most important to us. There will always be a veterinarian at Winter Garden Animal Hospital on call 24/7 while your pet is staying with us. Simply keeping your pet safe is just the beginning of your pet's experience. As you enjoy some relaxation, playing, and pampering while you're on vacation, so does your pet. Among the special treatment your furry family member will receive is:
The costs for boarding your cat or dog with us is $22 a night for dogs 25 lb. or smaller, $27 a night for larger dogs, and $17 a night for cats. Cat guests will only be bathed at the owner's request.
You trust us with your pet's health and safety, and to keep your dog or cat living a long life free from harm. What better place could there be to trust with your pet while you're out of town, either on business or on vacation? We'll care for your pet like our own, and it will come back happy and looking marvelous.
For information on boarding your pet if you live in the Winter Garden, Windermere, or Ocoee areas, call 407-630-8243. We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Thanks so much for posting your rates.. seems its often a secret in the industry. This is one of the reasons that helps me want to let my old black Lab become a boarding client
Great information . I luckily have a Min Pin who requires very little grooming and due to dry skin, infrequent bathing. I guess I took the easy way out but that's after having two poodle terrier mixes who became very matted very easily. http://onedaytop.com/nutritional-supplements-dogs/ Voted up, useful, and interesting.