It is with a heavy heart that I must inform you that we have made the difficult decision to close until further notice.

I will miss all of you so much. So many of you have been like a family to me. I have been blessed to see so many of your pets go from babies to seniors and beyond. I also have watched your human children grow and become my clients. So many of you and your pets will live in my memories for as long as I live, thank you for your support and love for the last 24 years. It has been a pleasure to serve you.

If you were looking to be a new client I hope to meet you some day. Thank you for visiting my website and I hope you will give me another chance to serve you.

If you would like to be notified when we reopen please send me a private message to or private message me on Facebook and I will let you know when that happens.



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Monday-Friday 9-10am & 4-5pm Saturday 9-10am Only Closed Sundays and Holidays

1470 West Forest Street
Brigham City, UT 84302
(435) 723-1184

Required Vaccinations

All pets boarded at Ellie's Pet Hotel must be free of any contagious ailments. For the protection of all our guests we require proof of current vaccinations by a licensed veterinarian.

Vaccinations For Dogs:

  • Rabies - Required every 2 years
  • DHLP-P annual Distemper / Parvo multi booster - Required yearly
  • Bordetella Canine cough - Required yearly, recommended twice a year

Vaccinations For Cats:

  • Rabies - Required every 2 years
  • Distemper (FVRC-P) & Feline Leukemia - Required every 2 years

Please note: We have no way of knowing whether an incoming guest has been exposed to an upper respiratory virus. An exposed animal may take from 5 to 7 days to show any signs of illness. Pets can contract these viruses on walks, in their own back yards if a neighbor's dog has it, or in the veterinarian's office -- anywhere they may come in close contact or airborne contact with other animals. Boarded pets are susceptible to virus such as bordetella, pneumonitis, etc. Even though all of our guests are vaccinated for these, vaccines are only effective against some strains of upper respiratory viruses and not 100 percent effective against any. These illnesses are usually limited to mild, cold-like symptoms. If you have concerns about this, please discuss them with our staff.