Boarding for Cats and Dogs
While your pet is with us, you can be assured of:
A climate-controlled environment, to maximize comfort and health
Individual play time for dogs in our fenced area at least three times per day
Litter box change, for cats, twice a day
Fresh water, beds, towels, and blankets for all guests
Science Diet Sensitive Stomach, unless owner provides own food
Tender loving care (free of charge!)
Dogs: -Cages for dogs under 25 lbs
-Runs for dogs of any size
-Extra large runs
Cats: -Cages and Condos
We provide discounts for stays more than 10 nights.
Complimentary baths are given to dogs staying more than six nights (except during Holidays).
For pricing info and other questions, please call (918) 786-7266
We require reservations for boarding, which may be made by calling us at (918) 786-7266.
Please remember that, during the holidays, we book our runs very quickly, so be sure to call early to ensure a spot for your pet!
Dogs: Rabies, DAPP, and Bordetella (Kennel Cough), both strains of Canine Influenza (H3N2 and H3N8) dog flu
Cats: Rabies and FVRCP
For the safety of all pets in our care, we require that all vaccines be up-to date.
The record of vaccinations must be on file at the B & B or verified with a certificate from the veterinarian that administered the vaccinations.
If proof is not provided at check in, we will vaccinate your pet at your expense. Although we will vaccinate your pet while boarding, we prefer to schedule an annual wellness visit two to three weeks prior to boarding, to discuss important preventative health c are and all time for your pet's immune system to respond to the vaccinations.
While you are away, you can rest assured that you pet will be pampered and loved by our trained veterinary professionals and boarding staff.
Coordinate your pet's check out with boarding staff.
Bring your pet and all of their necessities. Check in at the front desk with an assistant.
We'll work with you to create a daily boarding plan to meet your pet's needs.
Grove Small Animal
June 12, 2017 Due to Canine Influenza H3N2 spreading across the U.S. we are requiring both the H3N2 and H3N8 flu vaccinations for boarding dogs.