Pet Resort & Boarding

                                                Pet Resort & Boarding

                   

At Cherokee Animal Care we offer daily, weekly and monthly boarding services. Our Boarding Facilities Include climate controlled kennels and indoor runs.

                                       Your Pets happiness in our number 1 Priority!!

We think that you should never have to leave a member of the family behind. If you are traveling to the area or are a resident going out of town and need a place to keep your pet during the day or overnight please contact us about our brand new, climate controlled, indoor boarding facility. You can have the piece of mind of knowing that your pet is being taken care of by the Cherokee Animal Care family, where we treat every animal as if they were are own!

We can board dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes as well as exotics!!

Dog's boarding must be up to date on their DHLPPC, Rabies, Bordetella and Canine Influenza Vaccine.

Cat's boarding must be up to date on their FVRCP and Rabies Vaccine. Please bring a copy of your a Veterinary Record with you when you come to drop your pet off.

Please Fax ( (828)497-3704) or Email ([email protected]) a copy of your vaccine history before booking your boarding appointment

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RATES/TIMES:

     Dogs: All Sizes

  • Basic Nightly Boarding $25.00 Per Night (Includes Food, Bedding, Walking, Bowls, etc...)
  • Basic Day Boarding $18.00 Per Day (Anytime Between 8:30 am - 5 pm Monday Thru Friday)
  • Unfortunately we are unable to board any dogs that show aggression towards other pets or people.

Cats:

  • Basic Nightly Boarding $15.00 Per Night
  • Basic Day Boarding $15.00 Per Day

Exotics:

  • Basic Nightly Boarding $18.00
  • Basic Day Boarding $18.00

Hours:

  • Boarders May Be Dropped Off/Picked Up:
  • Monday-Friday From 8:30am-5pm.
  • A Saturday Morning Drop Off (8:30 am) or Afternoon Pick Up (5:00pm) Must Be Prearranged.
  • Sundays: Closed For Drop Off Or Pick Up's.

Additional Fee's (When Applicable)

  • In Heat Charge $5.00/Day
  • Kennel Cleaning Fee $6.00/Day
  • Medication Administration Fee $3.00/Day
  • Potty Pad Purchasing Fee $5.00 Minimum Daily Charge
  • Potty Pad Use Fee $3.00/Day


**Any Night Boarder Not Picked Up By 11:30 am Will Be Charged A Day Board Fee**

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I love this vet! Dr. Robbie is the best! Great staff also! The staff is so caring. I had to board my two cats while I was in the process of moving and they took great care of them! Not only that I was worried because my cat wasn't breathing well and she ended up having asthma and Dr. Robbie did everything to get her back to feeling better. My baby is doing great!!"
    Elmo B. (Whittier, NC)

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