Serving Saline and the Surrounding Communities
Located between Bridgewater and Saline, our small, family-owned business is a casual and relaxing place for pets to stay when you’re at work, on a business trip, or enjoying a vacation.
• Heated and air conditioned
• Play yard
• Personal service
• Vet tech and vet assistant on staff
• Day care available
• Quiet country setting
• 22 individual runs
Contact Bridgewater Pet Boarding LLC today. Remodeled in April 2009, we’re conveniently located between Bridgewater & Saline. Book early for more availability!
As a part of our commitment to responsible pet ownership and care, 10% of all cat boarding fees we collect go to Kat Snips, a non-profit, spay-and-neuter program in Saline.
Bring your pet to a kennel that provides personal care for all of our guests:
Boarded pets have access to a veterinarian seven days a week!
DO make reservations well in advance 4-6 weeks during summer and 12 weeks before major holidays. If children are not in school we are usually busy, plan ahead for a reserved space.
DO plan on bringing your pets usual diet - interruptions in diet can cause digestive upset.
DO mark all belongings with your pets name.
DO make sure your pet is up to date on vaccines, flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.
DO let us know of any special concerns you may have for your pet.
DO take your pet for a short walk to relieve tension and provide a quick potty break before dropping off.
DO plan plenty of time for drop off, we will have questions that will help us care for your pet while you are away. Thanks in advance for your patience.
DO remember to bring any medications that your pet will need with proper instructions on label.
DO BRING YOUR PET ON A LEASH OR IN A CARRIER.
Current Bordetella (kennel cough)
Current feline leukemia
DO NOT change food just prior to boarding.
DO NOT bring bowls (we will provide them).
DO NOT BRING A SICK PET…if your pet is under the weather please call ahead to let our staff know what is going on.
DO NOT feed before drop off-this helps avoid stomach upset during transport. It also gives a moment at check in to get them settled in with a meal.
DO NOT forget medications, current shot records, and a name and phone number for emergency contact.
DO NOT bring shock collars or invisible fence collars.