Every owner must fill out and submit a boarding agreement, before your pet's stay at Lexington Pet Lodge.
This is a contract between Lexington Pet Lodge and the pet owner whose signature appears below (hereinafter called Owner). Owner agrees to pay the rate for boarding in effect on the date the pet is checked into the kennel. Owner further agrees to pay all costs and charges for special services requested, and all veterinary costs for the pet during the time the pet is in the care of the kennel. Owner further agrees that the pet shall not leave the kennel until all charges are paid to the kennel by the owner. If the pet owner makes no contact within 30 days after the scheduled pick-up, the pet shall be deemed abandoned and shall be treated as an abandoned in the sole discretion of Lexington Pet Lodge. Owner specifically represents to kennel that the pet has not been exposed to rabies or distemper within a thirty day period prior to boarding. It is further agreed that all pets boarded, handled, and cared for by Lexington Pet Lodge with liability in case of death, loss or damage from disease, theft, fire, injury, or any other unavoidable causes, due diligence, and care being exercised by Lexington Pet Lodge. Also, Lexington Pet Lodge is not responsible for any dog or cat that climbs or jumps a fence. If the pet becomes ill or the animal’s health otherwise requires professional attention, the kennel, it’s sole discretion, may engage the services of a veterinarian or administer medicine or give other requisite attention to the animal, and the expenses thereof shall be paid by the owner. This contract contains the entire agreement between parties. All terms and conditions of this contract shall be binding on the heirs, administrators, personal representatives and assigns of the Owner and the kennel. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract, or the breach thereof, or as the result of any claim or controversy involving the alleged negligence by any party to this contract, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by an arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. The arbitrator shall, as part of his award, determine an award to the prevailing party of the costs of such arbitration and reasonable attorney’s fees of the prevailing party. *