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Boarding

Need someone to care for your animal family member the next time you have to leave town?

Why not trust the team at Small Animal Hospital? We’ve got all of the services, amenities and perks needed to become your best friend’s home away from home. Our full service boarding includes comfortable accommodations, delicious meals, daily exercise and plenty of TLC from our staff members.

When you can’t be there to give your pet the love and attention he or she deserves, we will!

Our boarding facility is designed to provide a safe, comfortable stay. More importantly, your pet will be surrounded by familiar faces while you are away.

Boarding guests enjoy a number of amenities, including but not limited to:

  • Individual housing
  • Regular exercise
  • Cages cleaned daily
  • Fresh water
  • Clean bedding
  • Cats-only area, away from canine guests
  • Administration of medication and care of special needs

For the safety and comfort of our team and other guests, boarders must be current on all required vaccinations and free of any parasites upon arrival. Should you need any of these things taken care of in advance of your pet’s scheduled stay, just give us a call. We can get your best friend ready for a safe, healthy and fun visit with us!

Traveling is stressful enough without the additional concern about how your pet is doing in your absence. Let the boarding services at Small Animal Hospital provide you with the peace of mind you need to enjoy your time away. Get in touch today to schedule your companion’s next stay!

Small Animal Hospital

VISIT US

3307 Railroad Street
Fort Myers, FL 33916

CONTACT US

Phone: 
239-332-1194

WORKING HOURS

Mon- Fri 7:30am-5:30pm
Early drop off service at 7:30am

Di J.Di J.

Dr Nicholson was so sweet to care for our 18 1/2 year old dear Persian Dolly when she was ready to cross the rainbow bridge. She gave her tuna cream to... Read More

Shelly D.Shelly D.

We are visiting the Fort Myers area and had to come to the difficult decision to putting down our senior dog. The staff at the small animal hospital was... Read More