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822 Dacula Rd. Dacula, GA 30019
678-376-0503
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Canine Boarding
* Roomy Canine Runs
* Temperature controlled
* Multiple ceiling fans provide air circulation
* Grassy fenced in play-yard for supervised play
* Multiple "potty breaks" daily
* "Pamper My Pet" playtime packages available for an additional charge
* Extra-large runs available to accommodate families


Feline Boarding
* Separate Feline Boarding Area
* Kitty Condos with ledges to perch on and cut outs to crawl through!
* Climate controlled for maximum comfort
* Pet's quarters inspected multiple times daily and "as requested" by our boarders
* "Pamper My Pet" playtime packages available for an additional charge

Food is provided in each boarding area.  The canine boarders are served Royal Canin GI Low fat dog food and the feline boarders are served Royal Canin GI Low fat cat food.  You are welcome to bring a special diet for your pet, if you wish.  Each boarding area also provides all supplies but you may bring any item from home you feel would make your pet more comfortable.

Here at Apalachee River Animal Hospital your pets aren't just boarding!  Dogs and cats enjoy their own vacations here at our boarding facilities. While you are away, your pets are supervised by our trained kennel attendants.  Our staff members monitor all aspects of your  pet's care and well-being while they stay with us.  In the event that changes occur or should  medical concerns arise, our veterinarians are available to offer immediate medical care.

Because we want you to know how much your pets' enjoyed their stay, each pet takes home a "Boarding Report Card" detailing their experience. So next time you leave for vacation, don't forget the other members of the family!  Send your dog or cat on their own vacation-send them to Apalachee River Animal Hospital!

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