Boarding

Bell County Animal Clinic is pleased to offer one of the most modern boarding facilities in the Middlesboro area. Our kennels are our always kept immaculately clean, and have central heating and air to keep your pet cozy in the winter and cool in the summer. Our caring boarding staff is directly supervised by our veterinarians, and in the unlikely event a pet has a medical need, our doctors are only a bark or meow away!

For the safety of your pet and that of others, Bell County requires all of our boarders to be current on their vaccine schedule. Canines must be up-to-date on bordetella (kennel cough), rabies, distemper virus, adenovirus, parainfluenza, parvovirus, and leptospirosis vaccines. Felines must be current on rabies, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia. If your pet is due for their vaccines, or if you are unsure of their vaccination status, please call Bell County Animal Clinic in advance of their boarding date to insure each furry family member is properly inoculated.

Please bring any medications your pet may be taking, as well as special diet foods, so they can be given by our compassionate kennel staff. Also, any special blankets or toys are encouraged to be brought as well, to make you pet feel right at home at our home!

Boarding at Bell County Animal Clinic fills up quickly, especially during the summer and holiday seasons. Please call in advance and schedule a space for your four-legged family member.