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07 Aug

Pet Boarding in Modesto

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Having a pet means having a constant companion. A little friend to snuggle with at night and lounge with on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But having a pet also means planning for them when you’re away. Whether you’ll be out for just a day or for several weeks, you’ll need care for your pet. And when it comes to our furry family, not just any care will do. Finding the right pet boarding in Modesto means looking for quality, personalized care.

 

There are literally hundreds of pet boarding facilities out there, so finding one isn’t hard. The thing is, not all pet boarding facilities are created equal. You’ll need to do a bit of work to find the right one for you and your pet.

 

The first step in finding the right pet boarding facility in Modesto is knowing exactly what you’re looking for. If you have a large pet, an exotic pet, or one with other special needs, you’ll want to start your search keeping this in mind.

 

Once you’re sure the boarding facility has experience with your pet type and your pet’s needs, it’s time to pay them a visit. No matter how rushed you are to get out of town, this is a very important step. You’ll want to see the place with your own eyes to ensure it meets your standards of cleanliness, friendliness and quality of care. Your pet will be spending time here, so be sure they aren’t going to come back with fleas, or be cramped up in a cage 24/7.

 

Now, maybe you found a place that seems to offer everything your pet could need. You’re ready to sign on the dotted line and set the dates, right? Not quite! There’s one more critical thing to check: health and safety measures. You’ve already checked and double checked for cleanliness. But what about diseases? Your choice for pet boarding in Modesto should require all pets either have their vaccines, or be vaccinated at the time of check-in. This is not only a great service to the pet community as a whole, but will prevent the spread of potentially deadly pet diseases.

 

Finding a pet boarding facility can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Do a little research, take the time to visit, and you’re sure to find the gem you need to give you peace of mind while you’re away.

 

Yosemite Veterinary Hospital offers affordable dog and cat boarding and would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Pet Boarding in Modesto

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09 Jul

Finding a Vaccine Clinic in Empire...

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Finding a Vaccine Clinic in Empire

Your kids have been begging you all summer for the annual trip to Disneyland. They want to scream at the top of their lungs on the Matterhorn, sing their way through the It’s a Small World Ride, and get soaked on Splash Mountain. There’s little patience on their end when you try to explain that Downtown Disney isn’t just a hop skip and a jump away from home — it’s a 5 hour car ride away. Kid logic somehow assumes this is an easy day trip, while your adult brain is busy trying to juggle your to do list to prepare for your summer vacation. Next up? Getting your pet into a vaccine clinic in Empire before you drop them off at the pet sitter.

 

Vaccinations for Official & Unofficial Boarding

Whether you’re dropping your pet off at a boarding facility or your friend’s house, you’ll need to make sure they’re up to date on their vaccinations. If it’s an official business, there will be certain requirements your pet will need to meet before they can stay overnight at most locations, such as a kennel cough vaccine. If it’s a friend watching your pet while your family heads out of town, the last thing you want to saddle them with is the vomiting and diarrhea of an unexpected case of parvovirus. Either way, a quick trip to the vaccine clinic here in Empire solves that problem.

Stress-Free Vacation

Okay, maybe an entirely stress-free vacation is a little bit too much to ask for, but you can certainly work toward reducing the amount of anxiety you feel surrounded by oversized mice and a dog named after a (former) planet. Opening up your local news to discover stories on cat and dog diseases making their way though the California pet population is a great way to give yourself a heart attack if your pet is unvaccinated. Make sure a vaccine clinic is on your to-do list before you head out of Empire to your brightly-colored Disney adventures.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at Yosemite Veterinary Hospital.

Yosemite Veterinary Hospital

Vaccine Clinic in Empire

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Choosing a Spay/Neuter Clinic in Stockto...

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Why should you be searching for a spay and neuter clinic in Stockton if you’re a pet owner? If you weren’t alive before the ‘70s, you may not be aware of the extreme pet overpopulation going on in the United States, and in California especially. In 1970, there were almost ten times as many pets going into shelters as there are today. It’s staggering to think about how these places dealt with such a huge problem — and sadly the answer wasn’t only to find ten times as many homes. (more…)

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