Boarding Facilities & Pet Sitters

Far Hills Animal Clinic
We provide full-service boarding for our patients by appointment, including caring for special-needs animals. During business hours we have vets on-site to care for our boarders should the need arise, and a vet is always on-call during the weekends. Call us to make reservations, or to get pricing information.

Please note that we may only provide boarding services for our patients; our facilities are not available to the general public.

The businesses listed below are provided for convenience only. We are not affiliated with them, nor do we necessarily recommend or endorse their services.

Club K-9 Doggy Daycare
(937) 291-DOGS (3647)
95 Compark Rd. Centerville

Path Dwellers: Home Pet Sitting Service
Jennifer Gebhart: (937) 672-1190 (cell)
Mary Gebhart: (937) 602-6408 (cell)

Paw Pals
South Centerville, Springboro, Waynesville, and Warren County: Carolyn Isham: (937) 974-1103
North Centerville, Washington Twp., Kettering, Oakwood, Beavercreek, and Bellbrook: Kelly Heitman: (937) 272-7487

Professional United Pet Sitters LLC
An Online Pet-Sitting Directory

3773 Summit Glen Drive, Dayton, OH 45449
(937) 610-9801

Tannenberg Kennels Inc.
2625 East Stroop Road, Kettering, OH 45420
(937) 293-9233

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Centerville Office


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - noon




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