*As we've just had our first baby, before any future bookings are confirmed, multiple meets will need to take place to assess suitability. We want to ensure the wellbeing of all parties*
Welcome to the Farm as I like to call it. Over the years we've regularly had animals of all shapes and sizes come and stay from dogs, cats & ferrets to rabbits, hamsters & mice. We've changed address a few times in the last 10 years I've been minding pets. London being London, rents increase & areas change, nevertheless the love and fun in our home never changes.
I must point out we're not a farm, we currently live in a flat, with a balcony. The reason I call us a farm, is that all creatures great and small will be welcomed and loved (I'm afraid due to apartment size we cannot accept cats or any animals larger than a Doberman or Rottweiler at the moment- we do accept these). I'm currently on maternity leave, so the dogs are never left alone. Near by, on our routes are many parks (Clapham Common, Battersea, York Gardens, Wandsworth Common, Garratt Park & Wimbledon Common). I walk the dogs in the morning, afternoon (these walks can last a few hours) and before bed. I'm happy to do a lunchtime walk if the dog requires.
We are confident and happy to board dogs that require medication or special diet. All dogs are fed separately.
Our farm's permanent residents include our beautiful Legs (a 5.5year, neutered female, mastiff x staff), Naughty Nia (our 6 month old ferret), our new daughter Sienna (born in Feb) and my partner Mauri & I. I'm used to introduction/interaction training.
Mauri works day shifts. So if he's off during the week we/he usually takes the dogs exploring a little further afield. Depending on the dogs we have boarding with us, it's max adventure time or it's indoor play & cuddle days. Weather doesn't stop us! That's what's showers and towels are for. :)
Stays and walks are tailored to each dog's specific needs.