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Going away on business or vacation doesn't have to mean finding a friend or relative to watch your pet. At Acres Mill Veterinary Clinic, your Canton GA veterinarian and team care for dogs and cats both during the day and overnight. We're all pet lovers, and we treat our guests with the same love and attention that we give our own pets at home. You never have to worry about your pet's safety when it stays with us. We make sure every pet is up-to-date on its vaccinations before being allowed in the facility, including bordetella and rabies. If your pet isn't up on their vaccination schedule, we can take care of that in the days before it comes to stay with us.
Your pet will be in the best of hands when it stays with us. We'll provide food, or will serve food you provide if your pet's on a special diet. Your pet will find plenty of fresh water, bathroom breaks for comfort and lots of love and attention. For the most active dogs, we even offer an additional play service where they can jump, run and play in our enclosed playtime area. There will always be a staff member supervising playtime for your pet's safety.
We offer reasonable boarding rates for dogs and cats of all sizes. Please call us at 770-479-1905 for current pricing.
Your Canton, GA Veterinarian Talks About Doggy Day Care
If you're climbing the corporate ladder or working extra hours, your dog may be left home alone for eight hours or longer each day. That's a lot of time for it to get bored and depressed, which usually translates into some sort of mischief. Why not let us take care of your dog and get rid of the worries?
We offer doggy day care designed to give your pet lots of human interaction while you're hard at work. You can drop your dog off any time after 7 in the morning, and can leave it with us until 7 in the evening. Your pup will spend time happily playing in the exercise area and get lots of attention from our caring staff. All dogs are social creatures; they developed as pack animals, and are happiest when around others. Bringing your dog to doggy day care can be the difference between a depressed, misbehaving pet and one that's happy to see you at the end of your work day.
If you have any questions about doggy day care, boarding your pet or any other veterinary topics, call our office today! We'll be happy to answer your questions or schedule a tour of our facility to see how well cared for your pet can be, the next time you go out of town.