Here at Kedron Vet Clinic we have boarding services for small dogs and cats.

We offer short term boarding and day boarding when required.

At Kedron Vet we cater for the special needs and requirements for your pet, and our staff are trained to quickly identify and address any medical needs.

Our Kennels and cattery are air conditioned, bedding is laundered fresh daily, and your pets receive regular interaction, exercise and attendance. We feed premium food during your pet’s stay, but can accommodate your pets special diets if required.

Our high level of professional service and care gives you the peace of mind to leave your pet with us knowing they are in great hands.

A current vaccination certificate is required when boarding your pet.

For further information on our boarding, contact us today.


Boarding can be a stressful experience for both the pet and the pet parent. It doesn’t have to be. There are a few things you can do to minimise stress and make the boarding experience more enjoyable.

7 things to do before boarding your pet:

  • Check out the facility first: If this is your first time boarding your pet, make sure to tour the facility before dropping your pet off. Some facilities offer different kennel sizes or themed rooms, which are best gauged in person. If you can, do a test run for one night to see how your pet does in a new environment
  • Ask about optional services to make your pets stay more fun: Many boarding facilities offer additional play time, doggy day care, or walks. Incorporating activities into your pet’s stay can help the time go by faster
  • Relax: Calming supplements are available to help pets cope with the changes and new noises boarding brings to their routine.
  • Keep their diet the same: Changing your pet’s diet can upset your pet’s stomach. Although many boarding facilities will provide food if needed, bringing your pet’s own food with directions regarding how much to feed and what time of day is best.
  • Bring your pet’s medical records: If your pet is on any medication, don’t forget to pack it with dosing instructions.
  • Book early: Book your pet’s stay early and confirm your reservation as your trip gets closer.

It is important to have annual (or bi-annual) routine exams, blood-work and urinalysis to maintain your senior pet’s health. By following your veterinarian’s recommendations, you may catch problems before they progress and keep your senior pet in tip-top shape.