We look forward to spending time with your pet!
Excited for your big vacation but don't know where to find care for your dog or cat while you're gone? Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital offers quality boarding services for your pet, and would be happy to watch your pet while you are away.
Your pet will be provided with ample living space and taken out on walks four times a day for exercise. All animals are fed twice a day and provided with comfortable bedding to sleep on. If your pet has a favorite toy, pillow, or other plaything from home, please feel free to bring it along for them. We want your dog or cat to be as comfortable as possible.
We love to have fun, but we do have a few rules. We require that your pet is up to date on their yearly physical exam, vaccinations, and fecal exam for the safety of the other animals here. Please call us if you have any questions regarding required vaccinations.
Drop Off and Pick Up Hours
Drop off and pick up hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am-6:00pm and Saturday 8:00am-12:30pm. If your pet stays past noon you will be charged for an additional night of boarding. THERE WILL BE NO DROP OFF OR PICK UP HOURS ON SUNDAY.
0-25lbs $20.00 per night, regular boarding
26-50lbs $22.50 per night, regular boarding
51-above $25.00 per night regular boarding
$75.00 per night, medical boarding for dogs.
0-25lbs $15.00 day boarding
26-50lb $17.50 day boarding
51-above $20.00 day boarding
$20.00 per night, regular boarding
$15.00 day boarding
$60.00 per night, medical boarding
$5.00 per day for medication dispensing
(Ear meds, supplements, antibiotics etc)
*Prices and policies are subject to change
Eau Gallie veterinary Boarding Policy
Feeding and Medication
At Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital we recommend you bring the food that your pet usually eats. This is due to the fact that being in a new place can cause stress, and adding a sudden change in diet can cause discomfort, resulting in upset stomach and abnormal stool. If you are unable to bring your own food, EGVH provides Hill's Science Diet maintenance dry and food. Boarders are fed at 8:00am and again at 5:00pm or at the request of the client. We administer medications according to the owner for a small fee based on the number of times per day... The Animal Care Staff is highly trained in administering medications properly and accurately using a very strict routine and documentation protocol for both. Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital staff is also trained in insulin injections for diabetic patients. During their stay your special pet friends are watched carefully by our Animal Care Staff. Our doctors and technicians are always available if there are any medical concerns.
Requirements and Concerns
Boarders are required to be current on all vaccinations. For dogs, this includes Rabies, Bordetella, and Distemper/Parvo Combination. For cats, this includes Rabies and Distemper Combination. Animals must also be current on their annual fecal exam. We also require a veterinarian prescribed flea and tick preventative. We require these to prevent illness, and infestations spreading throughout our facility and to protect our precious boarders. If fleas and or ticks are found on your pet upon intake we will apply a preventative at the owner’s expense. Kennel cough is a common concern, however, we rarely have cases of kennel cough because we thoroughly clean and ventilate our kennels. Because we are a hospital, all the necessary precautions will be taken. When arriving to check-in a boarder, there is a consent form that we ask to be signed in case of an emergency. Our hospital is always prepared to treat any sort of illness or emergency. The EGVH staff is here to care for the animals as if they were our very own pets.
At Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital our boarders are cared for and treated like our very own pets. Many of our boarders tend to be older and a little more fragile, or have medical conditions that require additional care and observation. Medical boarding includes all the love and attention EGVH Staff has always provided with a little extra. Medical boarding includes an examination from a doctor (from daily to once every three days as required by medical condition), medication administration (with medications that are provided by owners), and like with any guest, lots of love! Medical boarding cases would include: diabetics, renal disease, epileptics, cardiac disease etc. If you are unsure if you’re pet’s medical condition fall in this category please ask a Technician to evaluate your pet.