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Boarding & Daycare

Belmont Veterinary Center has one of the largest boarding facilities in the Lincoln area. Our facility consists of indoor heated/cooled runs and a variety of dog kennel sizes, ranging from small to large indoor runs, as well as cat condos!

Boarding Forms

During the Stay:

While you are away, we have trained kennel attendants to take care of your pet and give them the love and attention they need during their stay with us. Boarding is available for dogs, cats, and other small animals year-round. Your dog’s boarding experience includes exercise three times a day in our large, fenced play yard, with the option of an additional playtime(s), relaxing music and a report card about their stay. We offer a TLC package for your dog(s) and cat(s) which includes a 10-minute play session, brushing for a shiny coat, along with a morning and afternoon treat. Belmont Veterinary Center will provide all food, water, toys, blankets, and bowls for dogs and cats staying with us. If your furry family member requires a special diet or medications, please bring these with you.

We do recommend that you bring in your own pre-measured food for your pets, it will help reduce the stress on the stomach.

Boarding Kennel Sizes

Small Dog Kennel: 2′ x 2.5′
(Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle)
Large Dog Kennel: 3′ x 2.5′
(Schnauzer, Russell Terrier, Boston Terrier)
Extra Large Dog Kennel: 4′ x 2.5′
(One to three small dogs)
Dog Run: 3′ x 6′
(Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, Newfoundland)
Cat Play Area (Condo): 3′ x 5′
(One or more cats)

Reservations

Reservations are required for boarding & daycare. All first-time boarders are required to leave a deposit of half their stay. Extended stays (7+ nights) are required to prepay the full amount. All daycare reservations require payment at drop-off.

Vaccine Guidelines

Cats must be current on: distemper and rabies Dogs must be current on: distemper, rabies, canine influenza, and bordetella