Pet Sitters and Boarding
Resources and information about pet sitters and boarding including a list of local services.
Going out of Town?
A boarding kennel or pet sitter can give your pet quality care and can give you peace of mind.
Your pet depends on you to take good care of them—even when you have to be out of town. Friends and neighbors may not have the experience or time to properly look after your pet, particularly for longer trips. Leave pet care to the professionals, such as a pet sitter or boarding kennel.
- Teach your pet basic commands and help them to be socialized around other people and pets; if your pet has an aggression problem or is otherwise unruly, they may not be a good candidate for boarding.
- Before taking your animal to the kennel, make sure they are current on all vaccinations.
- Accustom your pet to longer kennel stays by first boarding them during a short trip, such as a weekend excursion. This allows you to work out any problems before boarding your pet for an extended period.
- Before you head for the kennel, double-check that you have your pet’s medications and special food (if any), your veterinarian’s phone number, and contact information for you and a local backup.
- When you arrive with your pet at the boarding facility, remind the staff about any medical or behavior problems your pet has, such as a history of epilepsy or fear of thunder.
- After the check-in process, hand your pet to a staff member, say good-bye, and leave. Avoid long, emotional partings, which may upset your pet.
- Finally, have a good trip, knowing that your pet is in good hands and will be happy to see you when you return.
For convenience, this list is generated from an online YELP listing and is updated periodically. If you would like your business to be added, changed, or removed, please email email@example.com
Dog walking, drop-in, dog boarding
Serving Eugene and the Surrounding Area
Pet sitting, dog walking
Social Dog Daycare/Boarding Facility
28706 Spencer Creek Rd
Eugene, OR 97405