Newbury Veterinary Clinic
Boarding and Kennel Facilities for Dogs and Cats
3890 Route 5 North
Newbury Veterinary Clinic offers boarding services for both dogs and cats. Animals are cared for by our clinic and kennel technicians. Runs and cages, including litter boxes, blankets, and food and water bowls, are cleaned daily and dogs are walked at least twice a day in the large walking area behind our building.
Before boarding, all dogs and cats must be dewormed and up to date on the following vaccines: rabies, DA2PP (distemper combination) for dogs, FVRCP (distemper combination for cats), and canine bordetella. We recommend, but do not require, the canine influenza vaccine. That vaccine, to be effective, must be given at least two weeks prior to boarding and boostered two weeks after the first vaccine. (After that, it is an annual vaccine.) Bordetella must have been given within the previous six months.
When you and your pet arrive for boarding, we will print a check-in and boarding consent form for you to sign. We will also check your pet for fleas and all owners must consent to flea treatment if flea dirt or fleas are found on your pet.
To help make your pet's experience as much like their normal routine as possible, please bring your pet's own food, bedding, toys, and any medications with you when you drop your pet off.
Boarding charges are $22.50 per dog and $17 per cat per night. Additional animals from the same household who can be housed in the same run or cage can be boarded at $10 additional per animal per night. If your pet has special medical needs, such as medication administration, the boarding charge is $30 per night.
Boarding pick-up and drop-off hours are during our regular hours and by arrangement on weekends. There is no drop-off or pick-up on holidays (New Years Day, Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas).
Regular hours are:
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