PHONE:  913-381-3131  |  9232 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS

Boarding For Dogs & Cats


All pets are required to be current on rabies, kennel cough (Bordetella), and Distemper/Parvo vaccines
in order to stay with us.

If your pet has been given these vaccines at another clinic please bring their records. If you are not sure or the vaccines are not current your pet will receive these vaccines upon arrival. This is to ensure the well being of your pet, other boarding animals, and the kennel staff.

During your pets stay at Petworks they will receive the best care. Dogs are walked several times daily. The dog and cat areas are kept exceptionally clean by our kennel staff. The dog area is separate from the cat areas to allow a comfortable atmosphere for both. The cat area has windows for basking in the sun.

Petworks can feed your animal our house food (iVet brand), but we recommend you bring in your pets own favorite food to decrease the chance of intestinal upset. The kennel staff will be attentive to all your pets needs. We have soft blankets to provide a comfortable stay. Although you are welcome to bring toys, pillows, or blankets to make your pets feel at home, we recommend leaving expensive or irreplaceable items at home.

Pet Boarding Fee Schedules

Dogs Fee
Dog Boarding  $30.00/night 
Second Dog (addtitional dog in same cage) $27.00/night


Cats Fee
Cat Boarding  $25.00/night 
Second Cat (addtitional cat in same cage) $21.00/night


 Pet Boarding Admission Form

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Vaccines Required: Withing the last 12 months

Dogs Rabies DA2PP Bordetella (Kennel Cough)

Cats Rabies FVRCP

All Pets are required to be Flea & Tick Free

All Pets must have negative fecal check within the last 12 months 

If you have not brought verification or we can not confirm current vaccination, Petworks will vaccinate your pet accordingly

Should any parasites be found, Petworks will use the appropriate treatment.


If you have more than one pet, would you like them to be kenneled together? If answering yes to this question, you also understand and assume full responsibility for the possible risk associated with multiple animals that are boarded in the same kennel. 

On Occasion. a pet may become ill while boarding. The most common ailments are diarrhea, vomiting, and lack of appetite. Do we have your permission to treat these ailments for your pet? 

If a serious medical emergence arises while your pet is boarding with us, we will do our best to contact you at the number (s) you provided. However, in the event we are unable to contact you, do we have your permission to treat your pet?


Call us for further information anytime at 913-381-3131