Temple City Rates

*Rates are subject to change without notice.

PICK-UP AND DELIVERY AVAILABLE FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE

Dogs sharing the same private suite, one full price and the other dog $2 off; third dog $4 off. CATS board at $18. Luxury Cat Suites $30/per day, $25 any additional cat sharing the same suite.

Boarding rates are based on calendar days. Charges begin the day you check in (regardless of the time). Check-out time is 11:00 a.m. Any pets picked-up after 11:00 am will be charged for Daycare fee of $18 per pet (cats $12); unless your pet was bathed or groomed on the day of departure. 

BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT THE SAFETY OF YOUR PET, WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU BRING YOUR DOG ON A LEASH AND CAT IN A CARRIER.

POLICIES

VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS

DHPP, Rabies and Bordetella for Dogs
FVRCP for Cats

Please bring your pets' vaccination records when you come to make reservations. For existing customers, make sure you fax us or mail us a copy when you take your pet for their annual vaccinations. IN ORDER TO PROTECT YOUR PET, HEAVENLY PET RESORT WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY PETS WITHOUT THEIR REQUIRED VACCINATIONS!!!
Dogs must be at least 4 months old, with three sets of vaccinations to stay with us. We cannot accept any pregnant pets or females in heat.

VETERINARY ON CALL

In case of an emergency, we will make an attempt to contact you, your emergency contact or your vet. If your vet is not available, our vet will be contacted or taken to a 24-hour emergency clinic.

FLEA/TICK MEDICATION

We are now requiring that all pets be on Frontline Plus or any flea/tick control medicine. If your pet(s) is not protected at the time of checking in, please ask the front desk and we will gladly provide treatment at an additional cost.

Since we have an open landscaped facility with nice plants and trees, we strongly recommend that you maintain a year-round treatment for ticks and fleas in order to protect the facility from any contamination and thus protect all of the pets. We recommend topical solutions such as Advantix or Frontline Plus, which are available over-the-counter. Please talk to your veterinarian about your options and frequency of treatment.