Boarding & Grooming

We would also like to welcome our new groomer, Rikki Nation!

Pet Boarding in Moreno Valley, California

For more than 20 years, pet owners throughout the area have made Alessandro Animal Hospital in Moreno Valley, California, their source for pet boarding and grooming services. Trust the team from our animal hospital to provide the personalized care your pet deserves.
A Safe Place for Your Cats & Dogs

When you and your family are taking a vacation and you can’t bring your pet, you often rely on friends and family to care for your dog or cat. Instead of hoping that you can find a reliable person to provide the care your four-legged family member needs, ensure they receive the personalized care they deserve with our pet boarding services.

Whether your pet requires special attention or medication, you can trust our experienced staff to provide the specialized care your pet requires. With our pet boarding services, you can enjoy trips with the family without worry.

  • Daily
  • Overnight
  • Weekly & Longer Terms

State-of-the-Art Grooming for Your Pet

Grooming an animal can be a difficult process for any pet owner, and can even leave your pet stressed. With pet grooming for your small or large pooch or feline, grooming is stress-free for you and your pet. Our groomers use state-of-the-art techniques. Sedation is available.

Call us today at (951) 656-4455 to schedule an appointment for our pet grooming services to keep your pooch or kitty healthy and happy.

New patients receive $15 OFF first visit. Please print and present coupon at
time of first visit.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


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9:00 am-6:00 pm


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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Alessandro Animal Hospital is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
    John Doe / Moreno Valley, CA

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