Cowboy Kennels, “The Dude Ranch for you pets”, provides grooming and boarding at it’s dog and cat Day Care which boasts raised beds. The Serenity Room is available if noise is an issue for your pet and luxury suites are available, too.
At Cowboy Kennels outdoor time is taken three times a day for dogs. You may purchase more time outdoors which includes a 30-40 minute walk around the Olmos neighborhood. The outdoor time on site is on a gravel area because it is more sanitary and good for keeping fleas away, according to kennel Manager, Carla Modlin.
The cat room has two walls of cages with a window view to the outside garden. The other window has a fish tank in the wall. It is adjoined to the front office so that staff can see through the fish tank into the room. Cats are allowed out of their cages twice a day in the cat room for exercise and play.
The food served for both dogs and cats is provided free of charge. You may bring your own food if you like. While your pet is there, take the opportunity to get him groomed in luxury. Laundry services are provided free of charge.
The Cowboy Kennels website shows all the murals available in their luxury suites. You can pick the view for your pup and then watch him from home with their 24/7 internet access and see for yourself how your pet is doing.
Here are a few of the boarding tips from cowboykennels.com:
* Request a tour of the kennel beforehand and ask a lot of questions. You are your pets voice. Any good kennel will allow you to see the facilities where your pet will stay and play.
* Be aware of the vaccinations required by the kennel. They can turn you away for the safety of the other animals if proof can not be provided.
* If your pet is a first timer at a kennel, let the staff know so they can keep an eye on his condition.
* Bring a blanket, toy or even your own food from home can provide familiarity.
Cowboy Kennels is the primary boarding facility for Eagle Veterinary Hospital, which is temporarily set up in offices at 4611 McCullough during the expansion at the original hospital. Dr. Kenneth Kirlin, D.V.M. is the resident veterinary doctor at the hospital and the kennel, as well as the owner of both.
Here is the Cowboy Kennels reservation page to book your pet or pets online in advance. This will save you time when you drop your pet off. Ask about the multi animal discount when you call (210) 822-1166.
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