As well as a home for sometimes long-staying holidayers, we also offer a flexible daycare service and have many regular daycare dogs who can arrive from 7.30am and stay until 6.30pm, by arrangement. All our dogs, whether boarding or day care, receive exactly the same care and exercise. They get the chance to run as part of a pack off-lead either in our securely enclosed grassy paddocks or, if they have good recall, around the farm.
The charge begins on the day you bring your dog in, irrespective of the arrival time, since we need to ensure an empty kennel is available. We do offer a discount on the collection day as long as you collect between 8.30 and 9.00 am. Your dog/s will have been fully exercised and given breakfast by then. A full day’s rate is charged if the dog/s remains in its kennel after 9.00 am and occupies the kennel for the day. Costs for more than three dogs by quotation. The cost for daycare is the same as for boarding.
We have strict opening hours to avoid disturbance to our boarding dogs. These opening times allow us to develop a good routine for all our boarding dogs; the better the routine, the happier the dog! However our regular daycare customers can arrive from 7.30am and be collected until 6.30pm by arrangement. We recommend that new dogs are dropped off in the morning so they have all day to settle in before bedtime.
We are closed for arrivals and collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday. On Bank Holidays we are open in the afternoon only.
We welcome you to look round, with your dog, before a stay here. We love to meet all new dogs so that we get the chance to get to know them and we think it is very important for them to get to know us and the place too.
Please book an appointment so that we know when to expect you and your dog. Best times to visit are either 9.30am or 4.45pm every day except Friday mornings and Sundays.
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Liz and her team have created a very special place. Molly is treated like family and has the best time every time she visits. Whether we need to put her in for a day or a week, we know she’s getting just as much love as she would at home.Joe and Lauren, Gloucester