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Indications for mild sedation
Excessive or prolonged barking is
not normal, and indicates the need
for some response. Ignoring barking
is inhumane treatment. You are invited
to review our protocol on how we
respond to barking. You will find
great understanding and compassion
for barking dogs.
You will also
find we have studied canine barking,
and approach this topic with the
pet’s best interest in mind.
In some cases, it is simply not
possible to comfort the pet, and
the proper treatment for excessive
anxiety is either wearing a collar
that causes a puff of air or citrus
scent or administering anti-anxiety
medication. Mild sedation is the
last option, after every other technique
has been attempted.
option available is a major benefit
of a Veterinary supervised kennel.
In fact, it is only in a veterinary
supervised kennel, that your pet
can have its anxiety reduced in
a safe and controlled environment.
Our goal is relaxed and happy pets.
The first time it is necessary to
give mild sedation, it is done at
no charge. Your alternatives for
next visit are: 1) to request and
purchase oral tranquilization, and
authorize its use in future boarding.
This is significantly less expensive
than the injectable form. 2) schedule
a behavior consultation or 3) pay
for sedation as necessary in the
Since you can’t be with your
pet, please give him or her the
gift of anxiety free relaxation
while staying with us.
read and accept this boarding policy.