The holiday season is rapidly approaching. If you will need to board your pet at Beverly’s Precious Pet Campus during the upcoming holidays, you should make your plans and reservations early to ensure the space you need is available.
Not surprisingly, our busiest time of the year is between Christmas and New Years, with demand regularly out-pacing availability. Make sure your pet has a happy and healthy holiday by booking your boarding needs as early as possible. Space is limited, on a first come-first served basis.
Holiday dates to remember include:
- Labor Day Weekend – Friday, August 31 – Monday, September 3
- Halloween – Wednesday, October 31
- Thanksgiving – Thursday Nov. 22 – Monday Nov. 26
- Christmas / New Years – Friday, December 21 – Wednesday, January 2, 2012
To reserve your space for the coming holidays, call us at 317-773-6550. Spots are filling fast!
All pets visiting Beverly’s Precious Pet Campus must have current, verifiable immunization records for Rabies Vaccination, Annual Booster (DHLPP) and Kennel Cough (Bordetella or Intra Trac.)
According to Wikipedia, “Kennel cough is a highly contagious canine illness characterized by inflammation of the upper respiratory system.
- Kennel cough can be caused by viral infections such as canine distemper, canine adenovirus, canine parainfluenza virus, or bacterial infections.
- It is so named because the infection can spread quickly among dogs, such as in the close quarters of a kennel.
Beverly’s Pet Campus requires that all dogs boarding with them must have a Bordetella vaccination done within six months of their stay. An intranasal vaccination (meaning to squirt some up each nostril) is commonly used to protect against Bordetella, but your veterinarian may prefer the injectable vaccine.
Pet owners planning to board their dog at Beverly’s (or any kennel, for that matter) should have the intranasal dose given to their dog at least one week prior to boarding or exposure to Canine Cough situations (exposure to other dogs). This is because an intranasal spray vaccine is live, which means that the dog is getting a very small amount of the actual virus.
For more information about our immunization policy, call us at 317-773-6550.