Our modern purpose built kennels are designed to cater for all of your dog’s requirements and comfort.
Each dog has:
- A sheltered, light sleeping compartment
- A large, covered play area
- A raised sleeping platform and fleece bedding for your dog’s comfort
- We also have larger facilities for ‘family groups’
Toys and bedding from home can be brought but we must mention that even the nicest dog can have a ‘rip-roaring’ time whilst on holiday, and we do not accept responsibility for their personal belongings when they are with us.
Heating is automatically supplied during the colder months, ensuring all dogs are in a comfortable temperature at all times.
We exercise the dogs at least twice daily in our large grassy play areas. The exercise is very much tailored to each individual dog to ensure they are happy and mentally stimulated at all times.
We provide only the best proprietary food which is included in the price, but for dogs on specific diets clients are more than welcome to bring food with them which we can prepare for the pets.
Our staff are also happy to administer medications to those who need it, including injections for insulin dependant diabetics. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or queries regarding this. We are also happy to take bitches in season, and you can rest assured that they can stay in a safe, secure and hygienic environment. All dogs are covered by our insurance scheme.
Dogs of any age, as long as they are fully vaccinated, are welcome to board!
“We are a luxury Dog Boarding Kennels, Cattery and Dog Grooming service situated in the beautiful Northumberland Countryside but within easy access of the entirety of North-East England, North-West England, and the Scottish Borders. Ideally located just 15 miles west from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 10 miles from Hexham, 7 miles from Prudhoe, 10 miles from Ponteland, 10 miles from Newcastle International Airport & 45 miles from Carlisle, we really are open to board or provide dog grooming to clients from all areas in the North of England, or further afield if necessary!”