A Family Tradition
We have proudly served Indianapolis pet owners for 57 years! As a family owned and operated business, we pride ourselves in maintaining a welcoming facility, providing the highest quality pet care, and offering three generations of expertise.
Manicured grounds and clean facility
Family owned and operated
Caring and knowledgeable staff
“We have taken our dogs here forever. They are the best. Sooo clean. Sooo good with the pets.”
“This is the nicest, cleanest kennel I’ve ever seen. They treat my dogs with the loving care and my dogs love it there! ”
“The grounds are beautiful and the staff is so friendly. I always see the same friendly faces when I go.”
“Arbor Lane allows us to have peace of mind when we travel because we know the cat is being taken care of by such great people.”
“We have always trusted our dogs to Kathleen and her family at Arbor Lane. Good people at Arbor Lane!”
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some common questions that we field on a regular basis.
For dogs, Rabies, Distemper/Parvo and Bordetella. For cats, Rabies and FVRCP. We recommend having all vaccinations completed at least 2 weeks prior to your check-in date. In other words, Please do not get your pet vaccinated the day before your check-in date.
You can either give us a call, 317-786-0773, during our hours or Book Online.
It all depends on the weather. When it is nice outside, we like to leave the doggy doors open which lead out into the outside run. This gives your dog the freedom to go in and out all day long. However, when it is too cold, hot or rainy, we have 4-5 set let out periods throughout the day for potty breaks.
Yes, we can administer most medication without any issue or additional cost. Most common medications we see and administer are Rimadyl, Apoquel, Thyroxine, Benadryl, Phenobarbitol, Prednisone, Antibiotics, Fluoxetine and Tramadol. This is not a comprehensive list, but gives you an idea of what is commonly administered on a daily basis at The Kennel.
If you are a regular client and your dog develops Diabetes, we can typically continue caring for your pet and administer the required insulin injections during their stays with us. We do not accept diabetic cats at all or diabetic dogs whom we are unfamiliar with. In these cases, we recommend you contact your vet to see if they can provide the necessary care.