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Frequently Asked Questions


What should I bring with my pet?

At Abbott's we provide everything your pet will need including food, bedding, bowls, litter boxes, etc; however we do recommend you bring your pets' food (in a sealed plastic container or baggie) to avoid an upset stomach from an abrupt change in diet. You're welcome to bring your pets' chew toys as long as they will not eat them. Please do not bring dog beds, dog crates, or rawhide.


Will my pet be interacting with other animals?

No. We do not co-mingle any pets here at Abbott's. Your pet will be able to see other animals and socialize from a distance. Dogs from the same family are welcome to stay together. Please let us know if they need to be fed separately. 


What vaccinations does my pet need?

For Dogs: Bordetella, Rabies, and DHPPC.

For Cats: Rabies and FVRCP.

All vaccines must be given by a licensed veterinarian!

While it is not required, we greatly encourage you to keep your pet on regular flea, tick, and heartworm prevention!


What if my pet has a medical emergency?

You will be contacted immediately and we will discuss further action with you and make decisions based on the situation. If we can't get in touch with you we will take your pet to your preferred veterinarian or if after hours, an emergency vet. 


What if my pet is on medications?

Please bring your pets' medications in their original prescription container. We can administer a variety of medications at Abbott's, including injectable insulin for diabetic dogs. We do not take diabetic cats, please contact your vet for boarding information.

Daily meds incur a $3/day/med charge.


Are there additional services to add to my pet's boarding stay?

We offer an extra walk time and a clean up bath (if there is room in the groomers' schedule) before departure.

Bath prices will depend on the dog's size and coat.

Extra walks are $3/day. 

Please give us a call if you have any other questions!

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