We have thirteen spacious kennels in our boarding section.   Raised bed boards with blankets are provided for large dogs while little dogs have soft snugly beds.  Owners may bring their dogs’ own beds or bedding and toys if they wish.   There are optional heating lamps in all boarding kennels for cold snaps.   Dogs take turns during the day relaxing in the sun or under a shady tree in one of three grassed exercise yards.

The cuisine is tasty and nutritious.   De-boned chicken and rice is frequently on the menu mixed with commercial dog pellets.   At other times the dry dog food is mixed with canned food or even, occasionally, minced beef. Variety is the spice of life in our kitchen. If your dog is on a special diet you can supply that for him/her.


We have six spacious individual cat cages in a north facing enclosed verandah away from barking dogs.   Your cat can snuggle down in the two-storey condo or stretch out on the elevated “deck” from which kitty can look out onto the back garden and watch the staff come and go.

Cats are fed cat biscuits and tinned cat food.   If your cat is on a special diet you are asked to please provide it. It may not be exactly your cat’s idea of home from home but you can rest assured that your beloved kitty will be comfortable, safe and well cared for.


You will need to book well ahead for boarding for your dogs or cats, particularly over holiday periods.

Get the full details of our boarding policies and requirements.

Meet the team

Renee Karssing

171120142 Renee is an active and proactive member of the Events Committee. She is incredibly passionate about the welfare of all animals and goes above and beyond to assist in fund raising and creating awareness for our Society. Renee is the proud mum of two daughters, that, like her, are extremely compassionate to our four legged friends. She is also a long time teacher at Clifton Preparatory School in Nottingham Road.

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