Michigan Road Animal Hospital provides boarding for our clients, by reservation. Pets who need medications, or those pets with special needs are welcome and encouraged to stay with us while you are away. If you would like your pet to see one of our doctors, have a routine procedure, a grooming or bath during their stay, we would be happy to make those arrangements.
Our hospital is climate controlled year round, and we provide the bowls and bedding. We can also provide your pet’s food, or feel free to bring your own; water is always available. All of our boarders are kept in separate kennels, and are let out at least three times daily for about 15-20 minutes. When the weather is nice, we walk the dogs on flexi-leashes in our 1/4 acre fenced-in yard at Michigan Road Animal Hospital–it’s a lot of fun for everybody! At our 96th Street office it a smaller out door play area, but the doggies love it just the same. When the weather isn’t cooperating, we have indoor runs that are large enough to accommodate even the largest pooch and a couple of his friends, if we have permission. All boarders are kenneled separately during feeding and at night, but if you have pets that are friends or siblings, we would be happy to arrange playtime together for them throughout the day if you would like!
Today more than ever people are busy! Running here, running there–it seems everyone is under a time crunch!
For that reason we invite you to drop off your pet for any of the services we provide. We take special steps in order to communicate with you before, during, and after dropping off your pet for care. Late pick up is available on Monday and Thursday evenings @ our 96th Street office, and on Tuesday nights at Michigan Road Animal Hospital as our office is open until 8pm on those nights for your convenience. This is just another way we can help you fit your pet’s health care needs into your busy schedule, as painlessly as possible.
Feel free to call our office for more information and to book your pet’s reservation for boarding or daycare now!