Boarding in New City


Is it any wonder that boarding facilities have installed video cameras that allow pet owners to look in on their pet while they’re away?  Leaving a pet behind, while you and the rest of the family go on vacation, can be  emotionally draining.

We appreciate your anxiety…in fact we’ve felt it ourselves!  It’s that understanding that informs how we care for all pets that stay with us in our ‘pet vacation area’.


Fewer Guests = Extra Care


At Animal Medical we deliberately keep the number of pet vacation rooms to a minimum.  It ensures that every pet that stays with us can be watched closely and, more importantly, interacted with, played with, and regularly, safely exercised outside on our grass lawn.

Any pet that stays with us gets to know Julie, a 15 year veteran of Animal Medical and a team member with a sixth sense of how animals feel emotionally and physically.  There are many of you who personally know Julie because she’s reached out to you over the years and let you know that your pet is well cared for and enjoying his or her stay at Animal Medical.


Of course it doesn’t hurt that your pet is staying at one of Rockland’s most well-staffed veterinary hospitals.  We have 4 licensed veterinary technicians on staff and at least one highly trained veterinarian in the building at all times during business hours.  Every team member receives specific training on how to care for animals that board with us:  how to keep him or her safe and emotionally engaged while they are away from family.

If you are planning a trip soon, make sure that you stop by and see our boarding area.  You’ll find that it’s the perfect blend of safety, quiet and cleanliness.  Animal Medical can provide you the assurance you need that your pet will be safe and well cared for while you’re away.


Want to reserve a boarding room for your pet while you’re away?  Use the form below!


Will there be additional pets boarding with us? If so, list their names and whether or not they are a cat or a dog. Please note that all pets must have had an examination within the past year by a licensed veterinarian and be current on all recommended vaccinations.
Is your pet currently on any medications? Please list the medication and the dose in the field above. Remember to to tell us when the last dose was administered when you drop your pet off.
Please list the food that your pet eats, how much, and how often. Use the space above to provide addition information on food allergies, food aggression or any other information you feel is important for us to know.
Use the space above to provide us an emergency contact phone number and email address
By selecting 'I authorize' , from the drop down menu, you are authorizing Animal Medical to provide whatever treatment we believe is necessary to keep your pet comfortable and healthy during his or her stay with us. You also agree to pay for all associated charges. You may provide us more information on this question in the field that follows.
If so, use the space above.