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TREATMENT: In case of an emergency, illness, or injury of your pet, you, the owner, give the Emergency Contact listed above and GVH consent to treat my pet as our doctor(s) deem necessary and ACCEPT all charges.
We will call to notify you if a problem occurs. Any treatment administered to your pet while boarding will include an exam fee, diagnostics, and/or medication charged. If a fecal is taken at time of boarding and is positive for parasites, or if fleas/ticks are found on your pet, they will be treated during the boarding period at your expense.
Thank you for choosing Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital for your pet’s lodging needs. All pets will enjoy the following premier pet lodging services while staying with us:
If you wish to make your pet’s stay more luxurious, you may choose from the following deluxe options. Choose as many extended services as you wish!
The lodging facility within Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital is state of the art. Our lodging staff is attentive and cares for your pet as if they were their own. The pets are housed in segregated kennels which are cleaned and disinfected daily. Our entire staff has your pets safety in mind at all times. All dogs boarding are walked at least 3 times a day, have fresh bedding as needed, fresh water and are fed to your specifications. We offer extended services to further enhance your pets’ stay with us.
Kennel Cough/Influenza: All dogs boarding in our facility are required to be vaccinated against Bordetella and Influenza,
both upper respiratory bacteria causing “kennel cough”. It is important to know that even though your pet is vaccinated, vaccines are not always 100% effective and these vaccines does not protect your pet against all strains of upper respiratory infections. Our lodge is equipped with an air exchange system, which brings in fresh outdoor air to be distributed by the air
conditioning. The system helps to flush out much of the air borne pathogens. If your pet develops a cough within a couple days of going home he/she should be examined by one of our Veterinarians. Cats: When cats are stressed they can develop a mild upper respiratory infection. All cats are observed closely and if necessary the medical team will determine if medication is necessary.
**At times, even the well-adjusted pet can experience stress while staying in a boarding facility. They are exposed to many different sounds and smells, are away from their home, family and regular routine. Below are some common symptoms dogs and/or cats display when stress increases.
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