Reservations for pet boarding are required and are available on a first come, first served basis. Availability often is limited during holidays and vacation times, so call early to reserve a space.
For common questions about boarding cats and dogs, read our Boarding FAQs.
We understand that travel, work and other commitments may require you to leave your pets in our care. So Pine Street Animal Hospital offers boarding for Spartanburg’s cats and dogs in a safe, clean and loving environment. You can feel confident that your family members are well cared for, even while you’re away.
Care that’s clean, comfortable and fun
Our pet specialists work around the clock to provide exceptionally clean boarding facilities, regular exercise and the love and attention that your pet wants and needs.
For dogs, we walk them every two hours and provide individual playtime. They board in a variety of run sizes, and bedding is always dry and comfortable.
For cats, we offer separate feline facilities, away from dogs.
Our Spartanburg pet boarding services are in high demand, so please call early to make a reservation. If you have further questions about pet boarding, please call 864.585.0231 or contact us online .
Common Questions about Pet Boarding
- Are reservations required?
- What are the drop-off and pick-up hours?
You may drop off or pick up your pets between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- What are your rates for pet boarding? Are there discounts for multiple pets?
Rates will vary depending on the size of the kennel that your pet requires. Fees range from $21-$40/night. There is a 50% discount for each additional pet that boards in the same kennel/cage.
- Will my pet receive any exercise or playtime? Will my dogs socialize with other dogs?
Each pet receives 10-15 minutes of exercise 3-4 times a day. Dogs do not run free except when supervised during daily individual play time. To avoid possible aggression issues, dogs will not play together unless they are housemates from the same owner.
- What vaccinations (if any) are required? Can pets receive them the first day they board?
All pets must be up-to-date on vaccines (including distemper/parvo, rabies, bordatella/parainfluenza, or feline distemper). Pets can be boosted the day that they are dropped off; however, we recommend updating vaccines at least two weeks prior to boarding to ensure the health of your pets and those boarding with them.
- Do I need to bring my pet’s own food from home?
We will feed your pets high-quality pet food at no additional cost. That said, if your pet has a sensitive digestive system or a restricted diet, we recommend that you bring food from home (though this is not required).
- Do you accept all dogs? Even large dogs? What about dogs that don’t like other dogs?
We accept dogs of all sizes and personalities. Pets are not allowed to interact with each other unless they have the same owner and are accustomed to being housemates. We have two kennels specifically designed to board aggressive/mean dogs.
- Will my cat be boarded near dogs? Do cats share condos?
Cats will board away from dogs in a different area of the clinic. There is no mixing or socializing of boarders unless they are from the same house/owner.
- Do you accept sick animals? Will you board animals that need regular medical care?
All sick animals are housed in ICU or isolation in a separate part of the clinic. We can board healthy animals that are on medications, and we will provide their medications on schedule.
- How often are the kennels and cat condos cleaned?
All our kennels and cages are cleaned/sterilized twice a day and as needed.