Adobe Veterinary Center provides veterinary services in Tucson and the surrounding areas, including Marana, Vail, Oro Valley, Three Points, and Sahuarita/Green Valley. The clinic is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and runs a pet resort on the premises. Pets staying at the resort are closely monitored and any changes in behavior are reported to veterinary staff.
Tucson, AZ(520) 546-8387
Adventure Dog Ranch offers "home-style, cage-free" boarding services to dogs and their owners throughout southern Arizona at its Tucson location. The facility takes on a small number of sociable dog guests at once, offering them the opportunity to swim in the pool and spend their days playing outdoors with other dogs. Discounts are available for stays of more than ten days.
Tucson, AZ(520) 398-7880
Animal Inn is a boarding facility offering dog and cat boarding services in the Tucson area. Discounts are available for dogs and cats from the same family staying in the same run or kennel. Bathing and grooming services are also available, priced according to the size, coat length, and breed of the pet. Clients praise the staff's ability to deal with anxious dogs.
Tucson, AZ(520) 797-2914
At-Home Kennels Pet Resort has been serving pets and owners in the Tucson area for more than 20 years. In addition to cats and dogs, the facility also provides boarding services for rabbits, ferrets, birds, hamsters, and exotic pets. Up to two dogs from the same family can be housed in the same kennel, and all dogs have access to doggie doors so they can go outside whenever they want.
Tucson, AZ(520) 722-3162
Camino Verde Pet Resort is a family-owned business providing boarding, dog and cat grooming, and dog training services in the Tucson area. For more than 25 years, the resort has been offering affordable boarding services for dogs, cats, birds, and other exotic animals. Owner Linda Mueller is a Certified Veterinary Technician who has been breeding German Shepherds and Rottweilers for more than 20 years.
Tucson, AZ(520) 883-8464
Creature Comforts Pet Resorts has been in business for more than 35 years and has two locations in the Tucson area. Each dog is taken out for individual playtime a minimum of five times per day, and soft music is piped into the accommodations 24/7. Potential clients can come by any time during office hours for a tour of the facilities.
Tucson, AZ(520) 579-5678
Dawg House is a dog daycare and boarding facility based in Tucson that has been serving the local community for more than a decade. The owner/operator is a Licensed Veterinary Technician with more than 24 years of experience caring for dogs. Dogs boarding at the facility are automatically included in daycare activities, and grooming services are also available.
Tucson, AZ(520) 903-2949
Doggie Diva Pet Care has been in business serving the Tucson area for more than a decade. The company is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and a member of Pet Sitters International. Both dog boarding and in-home pet sitting services are available. Puppies and unaltered dogs can stay at the boarding facility for an additional small fee. All dogs who stay at the facility are included in doggie daycare activities.
Tucson, AZ(520) 490-2221
Dogma Dog Daycare & Spa has been serving pets and their owners in the Tucson area for almost a decade. In addition to its daycare and grooming services, the company offers overnight care at the facility during the week and at the owner's home on weekends. A special care facility called the Residential reTreat is also available for dogs who are elderly, prefer a quieter environment, or are recovering from medical procedures.
Tucson, AZ(520) 325-3665
Greenway Pet Clinic PLLC is a full-service veterinary clinic and boarding facility located in Tucson. In addition to its advanced veterinary services, which include therapeutic laser treatments and in-house diagnostics, the facility offers boarding services for dogs and cats. The veterinary staff is experienced in caring for pets with special medical needs, and all bedding and food is provided by the clinic.
Tucson, AZ(520) 749-1736
Kennel Comfort Pet Motel is a dog training, grooming, and boarding business that has been serving Tucson and Southern Arizona for more than 40 years. Cats are also accepted at the facility, which is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Motel staff administer medications for no additional fee, and discounts are offered on additional dogs and cats from the same family.
Tucson, AZ(520) 887-7131
Kennel Nirvana offers boarding services for both dogs and cats in Tucson. The facility features 13 exercise yards and offers both outdoor and indoor boarding options for dogs, while cats stay in carpeted cat condos in a separate area. Dogs and cats from the same family can be boarded together if desired. Dogs are taken out twice a day for several hours of social playtime.
Tucson, AZ(520) 743-3117
Orange Grove Animal Hospital is based in Tucson and provides medical and boarding services in the area. The staff is experienced in caring for exotic pets, especially reptiles, and the hospital is affiliated with the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, the Tucson Herpetological Society, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Boarding is available for adult dogs and cats, puppies and kittens, birds, reptiles, and other small pets.
Tucson, AZ(520) 877-2626
Ridgeback Ranch LLC is a small ranch located on a back road in a rural area of Tucson, providing boarding and daycare services for all types of dogs. The ranch offers pet pick-up and drop-off services in certain areas and hosts a selection of farm animals in addition to the dogs. Dogs are charged for boarding according to their weight.
Tucson, AZ(520) 818-3561
Sabino Canyon Pet Resort is located in Tucson and provides luxury dog and cat boarding services to pet owners in the area. In business for more than 20 years, the facility offers both traditional kennel runs and deluxe boarding suites for dogs, while cats are kept in the Cattery. Small animals and exotics are also accepted, including guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, snakes, birds, lizards, and fish.
Tucson, AZ(520) 290-8181
Sit! Stay! Play! bills itself as "a social learning center for dogs," offering training, daycare, and boarding services in Tucson. Dogs boarding at the center participate in daycare activities during the day, so the center requires that dogs participate in at least three days of daycare prior to staying overnight. Simple medications like pills are administered at no extra cost.
Tucson, AZ(520) 882-7529
The Wolf Whisperer is a dog training and boarding facility that has been in business in Tucson for more than 16 years. The facility's two trainers have more than 35 combined years of experience training and caring for dogs. Trainer Cindy is also a Certified Veterinary Technician. Dogs staying at the facility spend most of the day outside, then return to climate-controlled kennels at night.
Tucson, AZ(520) 401-0700
Twin Peaks Veterinary Center is located in Tucson and serves clients in the area, including Marana and Oro Valley. The center is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and offers overnight boarding for dogs and cats. Pets from the same family can be kept in the same cage or run for a discount.
Tucson, AZ(520) 572-8300
Wiseman Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel is a full-service veterinary clinic located in Tucson. The hospital has been serving the community for 60 years and is certified by the American Animal Hospital Association. Boarding is available for both dogs and cats, who can also receive grooming and bathing services during their stay. Dogs receive two individual outdoor walks per day.
Tucson, AZ(520) 296-2388