Pet Day Care & Boarding

At All Creatures Pet Hospital, we offer pet day care and boarding in Gardendale, AL! We’re dedicated to providing them with a safe, comfortable, and engaging environment while you’re away.

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Safe Boarding and Day Care

Our compassionate veterinary staff have years of combined experience caring for boarding pets. Our compassionate and experienced staff continuously monitors all pets during their stay with us.

We can administer updated vaccines or attend to any medical needs while your pet is boarding, ensuring ease and convenience for the owner.

The boarding facility at All Creatures Animal Hospital fills up quickly, especially during the summer and holiday seasons. Call us at (205) 631-6210 to schedule your pet’s stay with us today!

Needing to leave your pet behind when you head out of town is normal. And so is leaving your pet at home while you’re at work! But we all know that pets are social. So we’ve got the perfect solution for your pet while you’re gone: Doggie Daycare and 24/7 boarding services, both available year-round and for pets of all sizes.

Our facility proudly serves the pet boarding needs of Gardendale, Birmingham, Tarrant, Fultondale, and surrounding areas. Whether you are gone for the day or going out of town on business or vacation, our clean, climate-controlled boarding facilities are just right for your pet!

The All Creatures Pet Hospital Difference

Pet Boarding Advantages

Our boarders are provided with constant access to water and the proper amount of food, given exercise and attention, and medications are administered as needed. Boarding prices include bedding, food, and other necessities, but you are welcome to bring the food your pet likes best.

Safety Features for Pet Care

For the safety of your precious pet, as well as others under our care, all boarders must be current on their vaccination schedule to board. Required vaccinations for our canine companions include rabies, bordetella (kennel cough), distemper, adenovirus, parainfluenza, parvovirus, and leptospirosis. Our feline friends must be protected against rabies, feline leukemia, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia, and chlamydia.