Boarding Release Form

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Boarding Release Form

Please complete the form before your visit. We will get in touch with you if we have any questions.

Any pets getting a bath/groom will need to be picked up later in the day. We will call you when your pet is ready to go home.
*If boarding multiple pets, you will need to fill out separate boarding forms for each

Please answer the following questions concerning your pet's present health:

We try to make pets as comfortable as possible by providing plenty of bedding.  Please do NOT bring beds, blankets, pillows etc. from home. We do not have the space and we will not be able to wash them if they get dirty. If you do bring outside items, Robertson County Animal Clinic is not responsible for lost/misplaced items. 
Unless specified otherwise, we feed dry Science Diet pet food or dry Sensitive Stomach pet food. Please notify us of any special food or instructions. Be aware pets sometimes do not eat as well as when they are at home.
Any pets getting baths or grooms will typically have this done the day they leave. They may not be ready to pick up until later in the afternoon.

External Parasite Control:

For the protection of your pet as well as other pets, your pet will be treated for fleas/ticks if the doctor deems it necessary.

***You will be financially responsible for this treatment.

ANXIETY:

Some dogs exhibit signs of anxiety while boarding, such as vocalization, pacing, repetitive jumping or spinning, or an inability to settle. Trazodone is an anti-anxiety medication that can be given while your pet is here to help with these clinical signs.

Boarding Policy/General Information:

Robertson County Animal Clinic is protected by ADT Security Systems. All of our facility is climate controlled. Dogs will be placed in an outdoor run multiple times during business hours. On weekends and holidays, staff will come in twice daily to care for your pet. Admitting/discharging is only done during regular business hours. Remember that pets' behaviors and habits may vary when away from their home environment. Dogs must be up to date on rabies, Bordetella (kennel cough), and DHPP. Cats must be up to date on FVRCP and rabies. 

In an emergency, by law, we can perform minimal life-saving care on your pet without consent, but we will always try to contact you first. You are financially responsible for all services rendered and payment is due at the time of pick-up.