Two separate catteries
Single or double units with sleeping crib with attached ladder and chair
Regular linen change
Own kitty litter and water
Interactive area with climbing structures and scratching posts
Dry & wet food available
Five separate areas for small and large dogs
Large individual kennels with large shaded courtyards
Grassed exercise yards
Play pens for small dogs
Can be socialised or kept separate
Dry and wet food available
To ensure the safety of all pets; we have some medical requirements that your pet must adhere to before boarding with us, these include:
Proof of up to date vaccinations. Vaccinations need to be updated at least two weeks prior to entry to kennels and cattery.
Your pets must be on flea; tick and intestinal worm treatment.
Male cats must be desexed.
We only accept puppies and kittens older than 16 weeks with full vaccinations.
Parting With Your Pet
Here are some handy hints for you to consider when planning to leave your pet at our kennel or cattery.
When leaving your pet at a boarding kennel or cattery for the first time, it's a good idea to have your pet spend one or two nights at the kennel while you are still at home. This allows you to find out how your pet reacts to being left at the kennel.
Bring along your pet's bed or blanket and a couple of favourite toys. This will help the kennel and cattery space feel a little more like home for your pet.
When you are ready to leave, it's important that you try not to make a big fuss over your pet. This will only upset both of you. A quick, happy goodbye is usually the best!
Take our number with you in case you want to check on your pet while you are away, and leave a number where you can be reached in case of emergencies.
Enjoy your trip knowing that your pets are safe in the capable hands of our staff.