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Gomoab.com's Senior Pet Editor, "Bubba".

Moab Area Pet Info - Kennels & Doggy Day Care >>>

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La Quinta Inn Moab
815 South Main Street
Moab, UT 84532

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Moab Utah Doggy Day Care & Kennels

Karen's Canine Campground
Karen is awesome and has a wonderful facility. Bubba has stayed here many times with other doggy friends and loves it. This is a great choice if you're going out for a long ride or day trip. Pick your dog up in the late afternoon and they are pooped for a night by the fire. Tell them Chris at Gomoab.com sent you.
(435) 259-7922


Moab Veterinary Clinic
Len W. Sorensen DVM.
4575 Spanish Valley Drive
Moab, UT 84532-3771
Hours of Operation
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
(435) 259-8710
http://www.moabveterinaryclinic.com/


Dog & Cat Clinic of Moab
125 E 300 S, Moab, UT
435-259-2733


Spanish Valley Veterinary Clinic and Animal Shelter
1428 Spanish Valley Drive.
Call 8 am-5 pm for boarding or appointment.

Call 24 hrs. a day for emergencies
(435)259-5216
Pets will need to be fully vaccinated to board, vaccinations must be current. Dogs need to be vaccinated for "Kennel Cough" and you will need to bring proof of vaccinations. Advance reservations are helpful, especially around the holidays.

 

 


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Note for Pet owners - Arches National Park
This is taken from the NPS website at   http://www.nps.gov/arch/pets.htm

Activities with pets are very limited at Arches. Pets are not allowed on any hiking trails. Pets may accompany visitors in the campground, and at overlooks and pullouts along the paved scenic drives. Pets may be walked on roads or in parking lots, but must be leashed at all times when outside a vehicle. Pets may not be left unattended (except in a paid-for campsite in the Devils Garden campground, where they must not cause a disturbance).

Important!
The desert can be deadly for pets. Car temperatures rise quickly in the sun, even on cool days. Your pet can easily die of heat exhaustion. If you are leaving a pet in a car, crack the windows as much as possible and leave water to drink. We recommend you not leave pets in the car at all when temperatures are above 68 degrees, even with the windows cracked.