Pet Boarding in Clovis


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  • San Joaquin Veternary Hospital
    Reviews are limited but San Joaquin Veterinary Hospital does get a four-star average rating from six InsiderPagers.
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    4333 N Blackstone Ave
    Fresno, CA US
  • Vip Pet Boarding and More
    Passing through Visalia with a long drive ahead? Get some rest and a satisfying meal at Vip Pet Boarding and More in Visalia. Patrons are provided with sufficient parking nearby. So round up a group of your friends and head to Vip Pet Boarding and More in Visalia for a weekend filled with fun and adventure.
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    438 S Goddard St
    Visalia, CA US
  • Banfield The Pet Hospital
    Banfield Pet Hospital, open seven days a week, one of the largest general veterinary practices in the country with more than 750 U.S. hospitals, cares for cuddly companions. Just like humans, pets need to be checked and examined so that the veterinarian has the opportunity to help prevent and identify any potential health issues. Pet-owners can relax as the experienced and friendly Harpinder Singh, D.V.M., leaves no floppy ear unturned during a thorough animal examination, culminating in the feline-favorite upside-down drop test.
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    2100 McHenry Ave
    Modesto, CA US
  • Poochies Paradise
    Established: 2013 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2–10 people Parking: Parking lot Reservations/Appointments: Required Most popular offering: Small-dog groom with paradise package Pro Tip: Please read fine print carefully and do not hesitate to call with any questions or concerns Good for Kids: Yes Q&A with Tiffany, Store Manager/Partner What sets your business apart from your competition? We provide a one-on-one grooming experience and promise a reasonable turn around time! All of our groomers have years of experience and only one person will handle your pet, start to finish! We promise superior customer service and have a satisfaction-guarantee policy, and offer no kenneling to those who prefer it! What was the inspiration for starting this business? To provide an atmosphere with experienced professionals who have a true passion and love for what they do. To promise honesty and accurate information to customers rather than inaccurate information regarding their pet. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We are comfortable with constructive criticism and any information that will better us and our business. What’s your favorite part about your job? Keeping pets healthy and comfortable, and of course making them beautiful!
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    3219 McHenry Ave Ste. C
    Modesto, CA US
  • Hannink Equine Center
    At Hannink Equine Center, founder Jen Hannink draws upon a 25-year-long, World Cup–winning career to instruct would-be equestrians on the fundamentals of horseback riding and interspecies teamwork. The facility’s two large arenas are nestled among the peach and almond trees that blanket the Central Valley—a picturesque setting for lessons designed to familiarize riders of every skill level with the essentials. Beginners start off in private lessons with instructor Shawna Thornton, who patiently guides them through saddling, bridling, and grooming the stable's horses both before and after the lesson. As the program advances, riders meet with new challenges until they’re finally ready to train under the expert guidance of Hannink, who further educates them on teamwork principles, riding theory, and the latest trends in jodhpurs.
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    5437 McHenry Avenue
    Modesto, CA US
  • Vineyard Kennels
    Even before Chris Stout founded Vineyard Kennels, she had already dedicated most of her adult life to helping. She started out her career lobbying Congress on behalf of food bank gleaning programs, earning the Presidential Volunteer Action Award award from Ronald Reagan. Then, about 15 years ago, she decided to help out a little closer to home. When her daughter wanted to start a grooming business, Chris worked toward her American Boarding Kennel Association certification, and opened up Vineyard Kennels. Today, she continues to run the kennel—and even lives onsite—with her dog Bitsy. Her trained staff pools 40 years of experience as they watch after canine guests in the 10,000 square feet facility. The temperature-controlled building features sturdy cinderblock walls that shelter toddler and Kuranda beds. Outside, a fenced-in play area gives tail-waggers a place to frolic in the sun. After an invigorating romp, pups lap up well water that has been softened, disinfected, and purified with reverse osmosis. This water, along with a shampoo and blow-dry, also leaves dogs lustrous during bathtime. For owners who need to get to work early, the self-service corral allows for early drop-off and late pick-up.
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    330 Ambush Trl
    Paso Robles, CA US
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