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Colorado Springs Pet Boarding at Centennial Animal Hospital
Centennial Animal Hospital offers boarding care for dogs, cats, birds and exotics. We have large, climate-controlled kennels for dogs and a separate, quieter area for cats, birds and exotics. When your dog stays with us, he/she can be taken out for play in a fenced, grassy, treed yard either with friends or alone. He/she can also go for a long walk around the neighborhood. Cats, on request, can also be let out to stretch their legs and do a bit of exploring before and after open hours.
If you like routine exams, vaccinations, bathing and grooming services can be taken care of during the boarding period. Arrangements must be made prior to boarding. Please let us know when you make the reservation to board.
Prices per pet, per night
- Birds $20.00
- Canines $25.00
- Exotics $20.00 (prices for Exotics may vary, call for specific needs)
- Felines $20.00
What to Bring:
When your pet boards with us, you can bring as much or as little from home as you like.
Items that you can bring to keep your pet comfortable during their stay with us include:
- Toys (please let us know if supervision is required)
- Please do not bring your own bowls.
- For birds and exotics, you will need to bring cages, food, and heating units as needed.
If not provided, our kennel food is Science Diet Sensitive Stomach.
We are happy to provide Beds, Bowls, Food, Treats and Love.
The following services are available for an additional fee: additional walks, outside yard play time (Please note NO fence jumpers), cats playtime. Please specify any additional services on your boarding paperwork.
All Boarding animals must be current on vaccinations.
For Dogs, vaccinations must include: Distemper-Parvo combination (DHPP), Rabies and Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
For Cats, vaccinations must include: Required FeLV/FIV negative test on file within the last year. (Indoor only cats) Distemper (FVRCP), and Rabies. (Outdoor cats) Distemper (FVRCP), Rabies, and FeLV feline leukemia.
If you have questions about the status of your pet’s vaccines, ask one of our staff members. If your pet’s vaccines were administered at another veterinary facility, please bring proof of vaccines and negative test results with you upon check-in or you can fax/email them to us prior to boarding.
Drop off and Pick-up
When you drop-off please allow 15-20 minutes to check in. To expedite your drop-off, please download and complete our boarding form prior to your arrival.
Pick-up occurs within regular office hours and should not occur later than 6:00pm Monday through Friday and Saturdays by noon. Please allow time for proper check-in and check-out.
Please note our cancellation policy prior to your booking:
For Peak Season (Memorial Day to Labor Day) and Holiday boarding (Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s), you must notify CAH of any boarding cancellations/changes at least one week prior to the first day of your reservation.
During the off-season, three days’ notice of any changes/cancellations is required.
No-Shows, without notification, will result in the cancellation of the remainder of your reservation.
Failure to give notice or show up will result in payment due for two days of your reservation for bookings two nights or longer or payment for one night of a reservation of only one night.
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 6 pm. Saturday 8am until Noon.
Boarding Facility Photos
We offer indoor and outdoor facilities for our boarded guests. Scroll through our photos to see our facility.