I have a dog friendly house and have home boarded dogs for over 20 years. I used to own a kennels and cattery but turned the kennels into home boarding bedrooms as I hated the prospect of my dogs being locked up. I am checked out by the local council inspector every year in order to hold my licence and I am fully insured for my pets staying with me.
My normal routine is after a good night's sleep (sometimes) because as we all know our pets do not like being on their own, I have to admit some of my dogs have managed to climb upstairs and snuggle under the duvet. After breakfast we go for a walk over the heath which the dogs love and come back home for a doggy siesta. I have looked after dogs and home boarded them for a long time and they treat me as a second mum.
We must not forget our dinner "Happy Chappies" which can be supplied by the owner, which we relish after a busy day and have a full tummy ready for bed. At bedtime, which is around the time we all go to bed, the dogs have biscuits and cuddles and sleep peacefully having happy dreams.
I also operate a daycare service as I feel passionate that dogs do not stay "home alone" if possible. My hours are very flexible and fit around the owners work schedule. This has been very popular and my regular dogs start howling with excitement from a long way off and then bound in as though they are happy to be with me.
Thank you for reading my profile and I do hope you get a chance to visit my home.
"Please note that bookings ending after midday count as an extra day regardless of the starting time. These bookings have to be made from the day the boarding starts to day after the booking actually finishes."
MINIMUM HOLIDAY STAY MORE THAN 3 DAYS
Dog Home Boarding £18 per day/night per dog
Doggy Daycare £14 per day per dog
- Property type: House
- Resident dogs: Three
- Outdoor space: Garden
- I have a car for emergencies
- Dog CPR/first-aid certified
- I can administer oral medications
- I can administer injectable medications
- Dog care is my primary occupation