If you are a current client of Community Animal Clinic or just now finding us, and need to temporarily entrust your pet into someone else’s care, contact us about our boarding services. Community Animal Clinic offers a clean, safe, and comfortable space where your beloved pet can receive attentive care from our team and medical attention (if needed) from our staff.

What To Bring -

Our clinic provides quality food to prevent stomach upset in dogs and cats. However, if your pet is on a specific diet for their health, please bring it along. Food should be stored in a sealed container, such as Tupperware or a Ziploc bag.

If your pet takes medication, bring it in its original container(s). Both food and medication need to be labeled with your pet’s full name and clear instructions. Finally, let us know if your pet has a particular feeding and medication schedule—it’s important that their daily routine remains unchanged.

Vaccines Required Before Boarding -

Are your pets vaccines current? Be sure to check before their stay.


  • Rabies



  • Rabies


  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough)