Q: Are there any requirements for boarding at Sayrebrook?
A: Yes! All pets must have current vaccines. For dogs, this means the DAPP, Rabies, Bordetella, and Bivalent Influenza vaccines must all be up-to-date. All cats must be up-to-date with their Rabies and FVRCP vaccines. If your pet has never received the required vaccinations before, then the vaccines must be administered and series completed at least 2 weeks prior to boarding in order for your pet’s vaccines to be effective—no exceptions. Flea/Tick Prevention is required during your pet’s stay with us. We do our very best to control fleas and ticks at our facility. We have a professional company treating our facility for fleas and ticks. Animals will be checked for fleas/ticks on arrival. If they are found, we will administer appropriate prevention and you will be responsible for the charges. It is your responsibility to check your pet prior to taking your pet home. We are not responsible for fleas/ticks found after your pet has left the boarding facility. For best protection, long acting flea/tick prevention should be applied/administered at least 3 days prior to boarding to help prevent additional charges related to flea/tick control. We will also ask you to provide us with the type and date of last application of the flea/tick prevention you use, so we can make the best decision regarding your pet’s care/retreatment if fleas/ticks are found while in our care.
Q: Should I bring my pet’s medication?
A: Yes, be sure to bring your pet’s medication in the original, labeled prescription bottle and/or container you received it in. Our technicians here at Sayrebrook Veterinary Hospital will take care of administering the medication to your pet for a small fee of $2.75 per administration.
Q: Can I bring towels/bedding/toys for my pet?
A: When a pet is away from home they sometimes damage or destroy these items. Therefore, it is best that you do not bring bedding or towels. In regards to toys, we recommend only bringing 1 or 2.
Q: Should I bring my pet’s food?
A: Yes, always bring your pet’s food from home. We have IAMS® food here at the hospital. There is a small extra charge per day to use our supply of food. Please DO NOT bring your pet’s dishes from home. We use our own stainless steel food dishes here at the hospital.
Q: What time can I pick up and drop off my pet?
A: You can pick up and drop off your pet Monday through Saturday between the hours of 10 am and 12 pm or 2 pm and 4 pm and Sunday between the hours of 10 am and 12 pm. If you are having a neighbor or friend drop off your pet for you, please be sure to send feeding/medication instructions with your pet. If you need to set up different times to pick up or drop off, please call us to discuss your request.
Q: What if i need to cancel or reschedule my boarding?
A: A 48-hour notice is required for all boarding cancellations. If a 48-hour notice is not received, a $50 cancellation fee will apply. A 48-hour notice is also needed in order to change your boarding dates. For example, if you decide to pick up several days early, please contact us 48 hours prior to let us know.
Q: What happens in case of an emergency?
A: At least 1 emergency phone number MUST be provided when your pet is dropped off for their visit at Sayrebrook Veterinary Hospital.
Q: Can I check in to see how my pet is doing?
A: Of course! You can call us anytime during normal business hours at (732)727-1303, or reach us via email using the “Contact Us” form or email@example.com
Q: Who should I call to set up my boarding reservation and to get more information?
A: You can get more information about boarding your pet(s) at Sayrebrook Veterinary Hospital by calling (732) 727-1303, submitting the “Contact Us” form or emailing directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feline (1 Set Price): $20 + Tax per Day
Canine (Based on Kennel Reservation):
- Small Kennel: $25 + Tax per Day
- Indoor Run: $28 + Tax per Day
- Indoor/Outdoor Run: $30 + Tax per Day
Medical Board (1 Set Price): $37 + Tax per Day (for All Pets)
Note: Medical board includes all diabetic, seizure, and special needs pets.