We offer limited boarding for our established patients here at Fairmount Animal Hospital. If you are not an established client, please call us. We ask your cooperation in making reservations early, especially during holiday weeks, as space tends to fill up quickly. We can provide medical services for your pet while they are here. We can also trim their nails, express their anal glands and/or give them a bath at your request. After making your boarding reservation please fill out our Boarding Sheet online by clicking here: Boarding Intake
Boarding Admission Hours*
No admission on Sunday
Boarding Discharge Hours*
*No admission or discharge on New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
Boarding Requirements for Dogs
Current Rabies Vaccine, Kennel Cough Vaccine, Distemper Vaccine and a negative fecal sample within the year. Please bring your pet's food with them to eat while they board as switching their diet can cause GI upset. We supply the dishes, blankets and TLC! Dogs are individually walked a minimum 3 times per day unless other requests have been made.
Boarding Requirements for Cats
Current Rabies Vaccine, FVRCP Vaccine (upper respiratory vaccine) and a negative fecal sample within the year. Please bring your pet's food with them to eat while they board as switching their diet can cause GI upset. We supply the dishes, blankets and TLC!
To make a Boarding Reservation
Please call (315) 468-3446 and ask for our Boarding Manager or you can e-mail us: email@example.com
After making your reservation please fill out our Boarding sheet online by clicking here: Boarding Intake
Some dogs and cats love going to the kennel, others not so much. A boarding kennel environment can be stressful for pets who have never been kenneled before or pets that finds a cage/run restrictive. Whether staying at a boarding kennel is going to stress your pet depends entirely on his or her personality and level of socialization.
Signs of kennel stress in cats include:
lack of urination/defecation
inability to sleep
Signs of kennel stress in dogs include:
excessive barking, pacing, jumping
refusal to go to the bathroom outside due to unfamiliar surroundings
cage aggression to different walkers
Please know our boarding staff will try to do everything we can to make each pet’s boarding visit less stressful as possible. It is our goal to make sure each pet is safe and has a clean cage and blanket along with fresh water and food daily.