Before you drop your pet off

If you’re going away, you might have made a list of things to take with you – but have you made a list for your pet?

Things to bring for your pet

FoodJumping dog

We provide a nutritious food for both cats and dogs. However, if your pet has specific requirements or you’d just rather it had its usual food, don’t forget to bring that with you.

Toys / comforting items

Does your dog have a toy it can’t be without? Does your cat have to sleep with the same stuffed animal? Bring it with you!

Medicine

We’ll administer medicine while your pet is with us, but make sure you bring instructions including the dosage and the times of day when we have to administer it.

Things to bring for us

Signed boarding contract

You don’t have to sign this before you turn up, but we’d recommend that you at least read our terms and conditions beforehand, and if you want to save time you can print them out and fill them in before you come.

Up to date vaccination certificates

Having up to date vaccinations is important for your pets and the others that are staying with us. Remember – we will refuse to board your pets if you cannot produce this, You will also loose your deposit.

Contact details for you, or another adult

We hope we won’t need to get in touch while your pets are with us, but if your pet is taken ill we will need details for you or another adult who can discuss your pet with us.

Your vet’s details

Again, we hope we won’t have to contact them – but if your pet is taken ill, your own vet’s details could be invaluable.

Something to pay with

We take cash or debit cards. Note that we do charge a small fee for using a credit card; cash machines are available in the nearby village of Lanchester.