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Boarding/Grooming

Grooming

groomingLancaster Veterinary Clinic has complete grooming services for dogs and cats. Brush outs, shave downs, haircuts and bathing and more are available. Our groomers do a wonderful job on every pet!

Proof of vaccination are required to have any cat or dog groomed. Our grooming salon is available Monday though Friday. Please call ahead for an appointment as the weekly schedule fills up quickly!

We provide the most caring and compassionate service for you and your pet. We treat your pets as if they were our own!

 

Boarding

Lancaster Veterinary Clinic provides boarding for both dogs and cats. We offer boarding 7 days a week, 365 days a year. All pets must show proof of vaccination. Veterinary services are available while your pet is boarding, in addition to bathing and nail trims.

Bedding, blankets, toys, food and treats for your pet are welcome, but are not required. Please mark all items with your pets name. Lancaster Veterinary Clinic is not responsible for chewed or destroyed items.

All pets are cared for with the most caring and compassionate service. We treat your pets as if they were our own!

 

Requirements for Grooming and Boarding

All pets staying in the clinic are required to be current on vaccinations and a fecal exam. These procedures are done for the safety of staff and other pets.

Dogs:Wellness Exam, Rabies, Vanguard (DHLPP), Bordetella, Fecal Exam and an effective Flea Product

Cats: Wellness Exam, Rabies, Felocell (FVRCP), Fecal Exam and an effective Flea Product

Getting Ahead of Fleas: Your Fall Guide to Parasite Prevention

9/7/2023

As pet owners, we can attest that flea infestation can not only be annoying but also extremely dangerous to our pets. Fleas can cause severe skin irritation, anemia, and even transmit deadly diseases. As we approach the fall season, it's essential to be proactive in preventing fleas before they become a problem. In this article, we will discuss the flea life cycle, the dangers of fleas infesting your pet, signs to look out for, the benefits of flea prevention, and why you should purchase flea prevention medication from us, your trusted veterinarian.

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Back to School Blues: Helping Your Pet Adjust to a Quieter House

8/21/2023

Back to school season is an exciting time for kids, but for pets, it can be the source of anxiety and stress. After a summer filled with playtime, cuddles, and attention, the sudden decrease in activity can have a profound impact on our pets. It's common for pets to experience separation anxiety when their families head back to work and school, and it's important for pet owners to recognize the signs and take steps to help their pets adjust. In this blog post, we will discuss some strategies to help your pets ease into a quieter home.

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Pet Owner’s Springtime Checklist

4/7/2023

Have you thrown yourself into your spring cleaning? If you’re like most people, you’re airing out the house, getting some plants in the ground, and enjoying the beauty of this season with your pet by your side. In fact, this is one of the best times of year to be a pet–the birds and squirrels are active and back to their favorite hobby of entertaining our dogs and cats, and the weather is perfect for letting some fresh air in for your cat or taking your dog on a long walk. If you’ve knocked out your spring cleaning and are ready to move on to some pet care musts, we’re here to help! We put together a list to help you plan your springtime pet care.

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