Pet Boarding with Vets on Staff

During your pet’s stay, our certified, experienced staff focuses on the health and fitness of your pet. We are also a special needs kennel, operating under the guidance of Dr. Burke-Schwarz, DVM, CCRP.

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Pet Travel Tip: Poisons

If you are traveling with your pet and you think that your pet has eaten something poisonous, you can call the Pet Poison Helpline at: 800-213-6680. The Helpline operates 24/7!

Baltimore pet Travel Tip: Pet Friendly Cruises

On transatlantic voyages aboard Cunard Cruise Line’s ( “Queen Mary II,” both cats and dogs are allowed to travel with their owners. An on-board kennel master is in charge of pets’ regular feedings, walks, indoor playtime and clean-up. Upon arrival to the ship, pets receive complimentary goodie bags that include name tags, food dishes and toys. Pets are supplied with beds, blankets, gourmet food, snacks and either individual playtime or group playtime. Owners may visit pets throughout the day in two-hour blocks of time. Cunard recommends that passengers book their passage as far in advance as possible, as Cunard Cruise Line allows only 12 pets per voyage.

If you’re in the greater Baltimore area, your pet can always stay with us!

Baltimore Pet Travel Tip: Airline Policies

The first thing you need to do when flying with your dog or cat is to check the airline’s pet policies. Many airlines will accept your dog or cat, but each airline will differ in the services they offer pets. Will the airline allow your dog or cat to fly in the cabin with you and what are the restrictions? Does the airline accept pets as checked baggage? Will your pet need to travel in the cargo hold? Find answers to all your questions below. Click the down arrow next to the GO button to find cat and dog airline pet policies for over 160 airlines!

Leaving your Rabbit When You Travel

Here are some tips if you plan on leaving your rabbit at home when you travel:

Find a reliable friend who knows your rabbit or a pet sitter who knows rabbits to come once or twice a day. Have the person meet with you and your rabbit to go over care and expectations. Leave a list of instructions covering feeding and cleaning routines, signs of illness, and phone numbers of your veterinarian and other people who can give advice on rabbits (in case a question arises when your veterinarian is unavailable). Daily portions of vegetables and fruits can be fixed ahead and stored in ziploc bags in refrigerator drawers for up to a week (parsley, carrot chunk, broccoli, & celery store well but your rabbit should be accustomed to these before your trip).

The Gala Event of The Year For People & Their Pets

Support the animals at the Baltimore Humane Society by joining them for this can’t-miss black tie gala event. The evening will feature an elegant seated dinner, open bar (wine & beer), live music, dancing, raffles, and of course, our legendary silent auction! Tickets are $125 per person (well-behaved animals attend for free!) All funds raised from Black Tie and Tails support the care of animals at their no-kill shelter.

Date: Saturday, March 23
Time: 7pm -11pm
Where: Grand Lodge, 304 International Circle, Hunt Valley, MD 21030

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Due to the Weather, We Will Be Closing Early Today

Due to the coming snow, we will be closing today at 3:00 PM. Our Pet Hotel’s staff will be there longer to take care of the animals but they will be unable to answer the phones or greet new clients.

Enjoy the snow and drive carefully!

Pet Travel Tip: Flying With a Cat

Most major airlines will accept cats as passengers. Cats under 15 lbs. can travel in the cabin. Larger cats or pairs of cats must be booked in cargo in larger traveling cat carriers and there are some seasonal restrictions. When booking your flight, book your cat as well and be sure to get a locator number associated with your seat for your cat. This is an important security precaution. It is better for your cat to fly a short distance for his first flight.