Pet Boarding in Auburn

Auburn Game Day Pick-Ups


Weekend and holiday pickups are available by appointment only. If you would like to pick up your camper on a weekend or holiday (when available), please let us know in advance of your pet’s stay. Prepayment is required.

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Your Pet’s Stay at Auburn Oaks

We are excited and proud to offer pet overnight boarding and day boarding under the supervision of our veterinary team. Canine visitors relax in spacious suites with Kuranda beds and soothing music. They have the opportunity to enjoy our in-ground swimming pool (the only one in the area) and a play yard with artificial turf specifically designed for dogs to greatly reduce contamination from parasites and other infectious processes that are common to natural turf and poorly drained surfaces.

Our canine guests go out for active play time at least 3 times per day. Our staff gets to know your dog(s) personally and makes every effort to help them enjoy their stay at Auburn Oaks.

For our feline friends, we have a dedicated cat ward with Kitty Condos. Our feline vacationers will enjoy their luxury condos with en suite and picture window complete with seating shelf for entertaining views of nature as well as the goofy dogs out at play. They can also enjoy nature videos for some additional kitty mental stimulation.

By choosing Auburn Oaks Animal Clinic for your boarding needs you will have the benefit of knowing your family member is under the care of medical professionals while simultaneously having a blast during their stay. Our goal is for campers to be excited when your car pulls into our parking lot.

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Pet Boarding in Auburn, AL

Pet Boarding Requirements

For our boarding and daycare patients, we require flea/tick prevention and the following:

  • Dogs: Must be current on Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella/Parainfluenza, and Canine Influenza vaccines as well as Fecal examination
  • Cats: Must be current on Rabies and FVRCP vaccines