Lone Mountain Animal Hospital has a large section of the facility devoted to boarding your pet that includes large and extra-large runs for large-breed canines, and comfortable cages for small-to-medium breeds and felines. Standard kennel care includes leash walks, feeding, watering, and a lot of TLC!
All boarding pets must be up-to-date on vaccinations to ensure the health and safety of all animals. We request an emergency telephone number or contact number while your pet is staying with us. Dogs that are boarding for four days or more will receive a complimentary kennel bath during their stay. Our veterinary staff enjoys working with animals and is honored to care for your pets like we would our own. Allow us to make Lone Mountain Animal Hospital your pet’s home away from home.
Reservations and pre-payment are required. It’s recommended that you make your reservation as early as possible, especially during holiday periods. Call 702-645-3116 to make a boarding reservation. To help facilitate your drop-off, you may download/print the Boarding Consent Form and bring the completed form with you.
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Canine Flu is a newer virus, because of this all dogs are vulnerable to infection. This virus causes a respiratory infection in dogs. Exactly two strains of the virus have been detected in the U.S. – CIV H3N8 and CIV H3N2. These are two distinctly different viruses from different origins.
These viruses are highly contagious. As an infected dog coughs, sneezes, and barks Canine Influenza is spread through its viral respiratory secretions in the air. Once in the air, the virus may attach to objects and is now considered an environmental contaminant through viral shedding. The virus can live on surfaces for up to 48 hours on hours on clothing, for 24 and on hands for 12hours. This virus causes coughing, sneezing, fever and can develop into life-threatening pneumonia.
Once infected, the incubation period is between two and four days. Dogs are considered highly contagious during the incubation period and as the viral shedding reaches peak levels. Because CI strain H3N2 can cause viral shedding for 26 days, dogs infected with the strain must be isolated for at least 21 days. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, infected dogs must be isolated for the entire 21 days even if symptoms clear up sooner as the virus may still be active.
In 2015 an outbreak of CIV H3N2 was detected in Chicago and surrounding areas. Over the years, the dog flu has spread to over 30 states including Georgia, New Jersey, and California with the most recent outbreak in Florida. As of May 31, 2017, Florida has encountered seven cases of Canine Influenza Virus.
Dogs are at a higher risk of contracting Canine influenza in boarding kennels, grooming salons, and other group pet settings. Our goal is to always provide a virus-free environment to our clients. Therefore, effective June 1, 2017, Lone Mountain Animal Hospital will now require all canine boarding clients to be vaccinated for canine influenza.