When you can't take your pets with you, let them vacation with us at The Pet Clinic pet lodge. We offer an exceptional boarding experience - your pet's home away from home. We promise to treat your pet like our own.
Guests in our lodge are housed in a clean, healthy, homey, and comfortable environment. They get daily exercise sessions as well as treats and routine hygiene checks. This is included for every pet during their stay at the pet lodge.
Check out 'Our Boarding Policies' link below to find out our boarding requirements. Each of our requirements is for your pet's safety and for the safety of our other boarding guests.
Personal Touches Mean the Most
Whether you choose a suite or a lodge, your pet will be our welcomed guest. Our suites, which are 64 square feet, are decorated in warm, inviting colors and are furnished with "doggy" beds, televisions, and ceiling fans.
Each suite has an exterior window and other decorations that create that homely touch. Our pet boarding suites are generously sized at 4' by 8' and each have an exterior door, which leads to our exercise yard. All of our rooms open into an interior, light-filled two-story atrium.
A Perfect Home Away From Home
You relax knowing your pet is safe
Your pet gets quality time with us
We have a vet on-site in case of emergencies
Your pet is around other pets that are vaccinated
Your pet will be treated like our own
Kristen - The Pet Lodge Manager
Kristen moved to the Gulf Coast in 2007 and is involved with German Shepherd and cat rescue. She lives in Woolmarket with her husband, Steve, and toddler son, S.J., and their rescued pets - crazy cats, 'Monkey' and 'Abbi' and dog, 'Hydee'.
Ask to speak with Kristen when you call about boarding. She looks forward to having your pets as registered guests of The Pet Clinic pet lodge.
Dawn - Technican and Assistant Kennel Manager
Dawn is originally from New Jersey and attended Pennsauken High School before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps. She graduated from Chaminade University of Honolulu while stationed in Kaeneohe Bay, Hawaii.
Her final duty station was in Gulfport and she elected to stay here upon retiring after 20 years of service. Although she has worked in other fields, she has always returned to animals and is currently studying to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. You'll also find Dawn helping the doctors in our treatment area.