If you're looking for a pet boarding and grooming company that proudly serves the Dillon, SC & Lumberton, NC area, we can help. Our clients' animals are very important to us. We want to make sure that the health and safety of your animals are taken care of by professionals. At South Robeson Vet Clinic, it is our goal to make sure your pet has an enjoyable experience away from home. Since the move to our new location, we have dramatically improved our boarding facilities. We have upgraded to a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled facility to make sure your pet is as comfortable as possible.
Lodging for our canine companions now includes revolutionary Mason Kennels and for our feline companions they now have their own room to spend some time relaxing in the peace and quiet.
We also offer TLC sessions for any of our visitors at $2.50 per 10-15 minute session. This time is one-on-one interaction with one of the dedicated employees either playing in the sunshine, stretching out and enjoying an ear scratch, or just relaxing in the shade getting a good brush.
To reserve pet boarding and grooming, please call us at (910) 628-7178.
Regular grooming helps keep your pet happy, beautiful, and comfortable. Our experienced groomer can handle animals of all breeds and sizes. Let us know if there are any special needs that we need to keep in mind when grooming your pet. Regular grooming can be important for a variety of reasons. Keeping your pet's fur smooth and tangle-free helps keep them comfortable and avoid ticks, burrs, and other uncomfortable additions. Often, a pet's groomer is the first to notice if something is wrong. Regular grooming appointments can help alert you early to some medical issues. Finally, your pet will look and feel its best after a visit to our groomers!
Click here to view all the grooming packages we offer, or call today to reserve a spot with our pet boarding and grooming professionals!
If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans.
- James Herriot