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Sue & Gerry welcome you to our boarding kennels, located in the countryside in the small village of Betracq. These English owned kennels are built with the comfort of your pet in mind. Spacious sleeping quarters of 15 square metres, each with an external run of 10 x 2 metres. The kennels are equipped with lighting, heating and a raised sleeping platform. For the dogs' comfort in summer, there is a sheltered position in front of each kennel.
- All dogs are walked twice daily and any toys or comfortors are welcome.
Our kennel service caters for your dog's invidividual needs and a registration record is set up for all animals in our charge to ensure we have owners' details and contact numbers, veterinary details, feeding and special needs instructions. This helps us ensure that both you and your pet have a hassle free vacation.
- We only accept fully vaccinated dogs.
- Please do book early to avoid disappointment, currently bookings are being taken six months in advance.
We can also offer limited bookings to clients who wish to board their pets long term. For example, whilst you relocate to the UK or France, or to complete the residency period for entry into the UK without needing quarantine.
A collection and delivery service is available, cost is dependent on location, please contact us for more details.
We are proud of our kennels and encourage customers to view the kennels before making a booking. If you would like to visit please make an appointment. If you get the answerphone leave your name and number and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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