We are glad to have your pet boarding with us in our veterinary-supervised Tampa pet boarding facility! (S)he is in capable and caring hands!
All pets will enjoy frequent contact with the veterinary hospital staff, including daily outdoor time for our canine boarders.
Feeding will be done according to the schedule your pet is used to. You may bring in your pet's own food, or we can supply regular food or Hill’s Prescription Diet ®. We will also handle any medication regime.
At boarding drop-off and before going home, one of our staff will evaluate your pet and notify a doctor if there are any issues requiring attention.
Our facility is climate controlled, safe and clean, and the backyard perfect for outdoor fun! Feel free to bring a few toys and/or bedding from home.
PET BOARDING DROP-OFF HOURS
Monday through Friday from 7:30 am until 5:30 pm
Saturday drop-off is from 7:30 am until noon
PET BOARDING PICK-UP HOURS
Monday through Friday 10 am through 5:30 pm (After 4 pm if a bath is requested)
Saturday from 10 am until noon.
REQUIREMENTS FOR OUR BOARDING GUESTS (and BATH drop-offs)
** Proof of up-to-date vaccinations is required at the time of your pet’s stay.
Dog: Bordetella, Rabies, DA2PPV, Leptospirosis, and K9 Influenza vaccines (CIV H3N8 and CIV H3N2*), as well as a negative fecal test yearly.
Cat: Rabies and FVRCP vaccines.
** All pets must be current on heartworm, intestinal parasite, and flea prevention.
NOTE: When vaccination is recommended, dogs and cats intended to be housed in boarding kennels or day-care facilities should BEGIN the initial vaccination series 4 wk prior to entry (2 wk between the initial vaccines plus 2 wk to allow time for a humoral immune response to develop). https://www.aaha.org/guideline...
FORMS REQUIRED FOR BOARDING IN OUR FACILITY
You may submit your Boarding Request online, by texting BOARDING to (813) 839-6191) or by phone (813) 839-6191. We will contact you by email, text or phone to ask you a few questions regarding your pet and to receive instructions.
Please allow 10 minutes at drop-off time to go over the information/instructions you provided and to sign the Boarding Release Form.
7/2021 UPDATE This is just a friendly reminder for all of our current/upcoming DMAH boarders. As we are going through hurricane season and COVID-19 together, we want to make sure we have everybody's current emergency telephone numbers and the name(s) of the person(s) you are authorizing for pick-up of your pet. In the event of a mandatory Hospital closing, we will contact this number . Please reach out to our receptionists to confirm the emergency numbers we have on file for your boarder(s).
Please contact us if you would like to receive an estimate for boarding services or have any questions regarding the stay of your pet.
The Doctors and Staff of Dale Mabry Animal Hospital