No matter where you’re going, or where you’re coming from, rest assured that our priority is keeping your dog happy, healthy, and safe.
Having a safe place for your pet to stay while you’re away from home is crucial. Nebraska Animal Medical And Emergency Center’s pet care technicians look forward to coming to work each day and interacting with your pets when they are in our care. Their enthusiasm and passion for pets are evident in what they say: “We will go above and beyond to give the best care to your pets. Each of us strives to earn your respect and trust and will treat your pets as we would want our own pets treated.” Think of Nebraska Animal Medical And Emergency Center as your pet’s home away from home!
When your dog stays with us, you can be sure that he or she will be treated like family. We will:
Walk dogs three times daily.
Clean and disinfect all suites and kennels.
Provide fresh, clean bedding each day.
Feed high-quality iVet foods, at your direction. You are also welcome to bring your dog’s food from home.
Your pet’s appetite and elimination are monitored daily and, should a concern arise, there is always a veterinarian on staff to respond. The Kennel Team will make sure that your canine companion gets plenty of love and attention while in their care and do everything they can to make their experience as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. Our turf makes cleaning up after the dogs easier, reduces dogs’ urge to dig, fixes dogs killing the grass, and keeps the dogs from getting muddy paws. It even helps with potty training since it looks like natural grass. The turf doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals and is hypoallergenic. Our property is surrounded by a privacy fence with slats on only one side. This reduces stress and helps our canine guests focus on playing with their friends instead of being occupied by those passing by. It still allows for people walking by to see through to daycare on one side.
Whether you need dog boarding, doggy daycare, or cat boarding, we’d love to have your pet as our guest!
Give us a call to secure your reservation. Call now: (402) 421-1517.
Your dog must be up to date on the Rabies, Distemper with Leptospirosis, Bordetella, and Influenza vaccines
If your dog is 30 days past due on their Rabies vaccine, they will need to have their Rabies vaccine updated 2 weeks prior to their reservation
If your dog has vaccines updated at another veterinary clinic, please have records sent to us before your pet's reservation
Drop-in, stop by, take a tour, and make your reservation.
Your Reservation is not guaranteed until it is confirmed by NAMC. All reservations will be confirmed via e-mail or telephone call. If you have not received confirmation within 24 hours, please call the office. Once your reservation is made, please fill out our Boarding form before check-in time. You may fill out the online boarding form and bring it with you. Please Note: All pets must be current on required vaccinations and on a regular deworming, heartworm, and flea and tick prevention schedule. We do not board in heat females. Intact males older than 6 months cannot go out in daycare.