Facility & Amenities
TLC Pet Nursing Hotel has a beautifully designed spa style environment with special bedding, soothing music, and decorative baffling that reduces sound. Each suite is enriched with amenities that provide mental stimulation and comfort specialized to your pet’s species.
The canine suites feature tempered, tinted glass to prevent guests from seeing each other. Your friend will have plenty of space to move around and stay comfortable.
The feline suites are continually infused with special pheromones that help cats keep calm and relaxed. Your friend will be able to look out the window on one side and gaze at our faux fish display on the other.
The canine and feline suites are located in separate areas of the building to reduce stress.
Your pet is always monitored visually. A veterinary technician is always nearby and additional monitoring happens through our in-suite camera systems.
You can call us or make your pet’s reservation online with our convenient scheduling system.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early before your pet’s first stay so we can get to know you and your pet.
During this consultation, a veterinary technician will ask questions about your pets personality, their likes and dislikes, and their medical needs. Please bring your pet’s immunization records, medication, and medical records that will help us care for your pet.
Any information you give will help us keep your pet comfortable and give them love in the way they most prefer.
Your companion’s last moments will be together with you in a peaceful, living room environment. A veterinarian will answer questions and administer compassionate euthanasia. You and your pet will be surrounded by personalized love, support, and comfort.
Funeral and Cremation Services
We will help you make arrangements to take care of the body of your pet. We partner with other local businesses to make sure your pet’s body is provided dignified cremation in the manner you choose.
Your pet is the only pet in the crematory and you will receive the remains. We will call you when the remains can be picked up.
Your pet is separated from other pets in the crematory and you will receive the remains. We will call you when the remains can be picked up.
Pets are family. They bring unqualified love, boundless joy, and a sense of purpose to our lives. It’s natural for grieving the death of a beloved pet to be a difficult experience. It’s important to be surrounded by love and support as you mourn.
We offer weekly bereavement groups and individual grief counseling for pet parents, pet families, and veterinary healthcare workers. No matter where you are on the journey of grieving your pet, you’ll receive loving comfort, caring support, and helpful resources.
Please feel free to join us. Call us with questions or to schedule time with a counselor or a bereavement group.
Pet pace monitoring
Pet Reiki -
(30 MIN SESSION)
What is Reiki?
Reiki is a hands-on healing method that originated in Japan. The practitioner channels healing energy through her hands to the animal through a light touch either directly on the body or from a distance.
The word Reiki (pronounced “ray-key”) is a Japanese composite word usually translated as “universal life energy”. It is based on the idea that all living beings have life energy flowing through them.
Reiki is a safe complement to conventional Western medicine, Chinese medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy and all other forms of healing.
Animals, especially cats, are naturally receptive to the Reiki energy and tend to gravitate towards it readily (some people even say cats invented Reiki). Some pets may initially prefer to experience the energy from a slight distance, rather than having the practitioner’s hands directly on them.
Reiki sessions for pets typically last 15-30 minutes. Some health issues can be resolved in two or three sessions, others may take ongoing sessions on a recurring basis.
Reiki is great for pets:
- Enhances overall well-being.
- Strengthens the immune system for cancer therapies.
- Accelerates healing following surgery or illness.
- Can help with behavior issues by promoting relaxation and stress reduction.
- Provides comfort and relieves pain, anxiety and fear for terminally ill animals.