Boarding, Grooming, & Play Care for Your Pet
Hill Country Animal Hospital and The Palms Pet Resort & Spa work closely together to provide the best care for patients and their owners. The Palms Pet Resort and Spa offers high-quality boarding, grooming, training, and play care. It is conveniently located on the same property and is only steps away from Hill Country Animal Hospital.
Just like our hospital, The Palms Pet Resort & Spa provides high-quality services for its feline and canine guests. The facility is equipped with modern technologies, including a 24-hour monitored smoke and fire alarm system, raised bedding, and a secured outdoor exercise yard. While no veterinary services are offered on-site, on-call veterinarians are available 24-hours a day and all staff members are certified by the Pet Care Service Associations. The healthcare of all pets is closely monitored by The Palms staff and is overseen by Hill Country Animal Hospital veterinarians when needed.
The Palms & Pet Resort & Spa offers services that suit every need and budget, such as:
- Room accommodations for dogs and cats, including luxury suites that offer music or television entertainment
- Play Care, also known as doggie day care, that provides engaging socialization and exercise for dogs of all sizes
- Grooming services, from bathing to FURminator® shed-Less treatments
- Training classes and behavior consultations for all levels
To learn more about The Palms Pet Resort & Spa or to reserve a service for your pet, please visit their website: ThePalmsPetResort.com.
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