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Dog & Cat Boarding Services

Going away? Do you need somewhere safe for your kitty or doggie to stay? We can help! At the Morinville Veterinary Clinic, we have a beautiful boarding facility. We offer cat condos to accommodate our feline visitors. Our friendly boarding team are dedicated to providing excellent care to your pet’s while you’re away. Interested? Contact us to arrange a tour.

Why should I board my pet at Morinville Veterinary Clinic?

You should board your companion animal at our facility for a number of reasons. We have a beautiful facility with varying sizes of kennel space. Our facility is climate controlled so that each pet is comfortable. We have a fenced outdoor run for “bio breaks” and fresh air. Our staff loves what they do – they’ll treat your pets like their own. Your pets are tended to from 7:00 am until 9:00 pm every day. We have a team of skilled veterinarians and technicians that can provide medical treatments if required.

How much is boarding?

Boarding is charged on a daily basis, much as you would expect in a hotel. Boarding prices vary by season, kennel size, and the number of pets boarding together. For an accurate quote, please call us directly at 780-939-3133.

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