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Cats stay in the Cat room, not in a cage. You must bring cages for birds, and small animals, aquariums for fish, along with foods, treats and toys.
We welcome all size dogs! We do not accept any aggressive pets that may injure themselves, our guests or staff. If you let us know what temperament your pet may have, we will advise. They may be accepted. We do not accept any dog that is in heat, have major health issues or fleas/tick problems. We may not accept any pet based on the discretion of management.
All pets must be on an effective Flea and Tick preventative as well be flea and tick free at check in. Pets showing signs of fleas and/or ticks will be treated at the pet owners expense.
Our pet guests are more than welcome to bring along a few of their favorite things to Preppy Pet. Adding his or her name to it is a good idea, mark pet name with a permanent marker.We ask that you limit your pets personal belongings to two items. These items should be labeled with a permanent marker before bringing them in. For the safety of your pet, we cannot accept rawhide, pig ears, or hooves.
We'll administer prescribed medications if they're in the vet's original container. (A fee applies to this service.)
Dog Vaccinations: 1.) Bordetella Required every 6 months or 12 months. Please note, many veterinarians administer this vaccine only by request, so please check vaccination paperwork before arriving. If your dog is going to be boarding and your pet has never had a Bordetella inoculation or it has expired, please make sure is done no less than 7-10 days before their boarding appointment. A Bordetella vaccine defends dogs against kennel cough, contagious bacterial or viral infection that lead can to inflammation of the windpipes and voice boxes. The vaccine is required. 2.) Distemper or DHLPP* One or three year. The vaccine is required. 3.) Rabies*** One or three year. The vaccine is required. 4.) Canine Influenza Two vaccinations 2 to 4 weeks apart. Annual revaccination with 1 dose is required. The vaccine is required. Puppy Vaccinations: 1.) Bordetella Vaccine There are two series given to protect your puppy and after completed it is given every six months or annually. If your dog is going to be boarding and your pet has never had a Bordetella inoculation or it has expired, please make sure is done no less than 7-10 days before their boarding appointment. A Bordetella vaccine defends dogs against kennel cough, contagious bacterial or viral infection that can lead to inflammation of the windpipes and voice box. Vaccine is required. 2.) DHLPP Vaccine This vaccine is a combination shot that is given several times at two-week intervals to protect your puppy from viruses. It includes protection against canine distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parainfluenza and parvovirus. Once the booster series is completed it is an annual or three-year vaccine. Vaccine is required. 3.) Rabies Vaccine Given at about twelve to sixteen weeks and then is given a year later to provide one or three protection. Vaccine is required. 4.) Canine Influenza Vaccine Recommended to be vaccinated with first initial vaccines. Basic immunization in dogs from 7 weeks of age: 2 vaccinations 2 to 4 weeks apart. Annual revaccination with 1 dose is required. Vaccine is required. Cat Vaccinations: 1.) FVRCP** One or three year. Vaccine is required. 2.) Rabies*** One or three year. Vaccine is required.

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