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Are you heading out of town for the weekend, vacation or the holidays? Fairway Knolls, your Bloomington veterinarian, is the perfect choice for boarding your dog or cat. Don't trust your beloved pet to a stranger found in a classified ad and don't impose on friends. Give your pet the care they deserve at Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital. Our pet boarding in Bloomington is safe and attentive, and you'll have the peace of mind knowing a veterinarian in Bloomington, Dr. David Tatro and his trained staff, is never far away.
When you choose Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital, your pet receives the attention of a staff who knows and loves animals. Should they become ill or need special medical attention our Bloomington veterinary hospital team provides superior care.
Depending on their particular needs, dogs are provided their own dog run or cage. Dogs can also run free in our fenced-in yard. Dogs are not permitted to play together unless they are from the same family. Dogs are provided bathroom breaks and exercise walks multiple times daily. Dogs must be current on health and wellness treatments and procedures including rabies, distemper combo, kennel cough, a heartworm test, and fecal test.
Our cat guests are kept in a separate area from dogs in their own private area. Cats are given the attention they need and litter boxes are kept clean. Cats are provided comfy beds but you are welcome to bring in a cat bed your feline friend may be more accustomed to. Boarded cats must be up to date on all vaccines which include: rabies, distemper, and tested negative for feline leukemia.
When you board your pet at Bloomington veterinary hospital, you have a wide range of services and options to choose from:
Pets are provided with a science diet or you may bring your own food. You may also decide to bring your pet’s favorite toy or toys. Pets with serious medical conditions are kept in the hospital portion of our facility and will be charged hospital boarding fees.
With the outbreak of Canine Flu in our area and the upcoming holiday boarding season all boarded dogs need to be vaccinated for the illness. One vaccine will be given on day one, the second on day 21 with an annual vaccine being administered annually thereafter.
Space is limited so call Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital for your pet boarding space in Bloomington soon. Call us at 309-663-1414. Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital is located at 612 IAA Drive in Bloomington, IL.