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Pet Boarding Advice

Posted on: October 14th, 2011 2 Comments

When you’re going away, there’s so much to organise and remember! So here’s a quick check list of items and information to bring with you to your chosen kennels or cattery:

  • up-to-date vaccination card (for the annual booster and kennel cough for dogs)
  • preferred comfort blanket or toy
  • preferred food treats
  • confirmation of any long-term illness or allergies
  • any current prescribed medicine with full dosage instructions
  • confirmation of any specific dietary requirements
  • the name and contact details of your current veterinary surgeon
  • contact details for yourself or a designated family member/friend
  • lead and collar – it would be a great help if your pet’s collar has a name tag

Lodge Farm boarding kennels offers your dog plenty of individual care and attention within an enriching rural environment.


Web Links

Posted on: October 14th, 2011 No Comments

We’re building up a list of Web resources that provide useful information for pet owners on a variety of topics – legal, health & nutrition, pet security and leisure & lifestyle. We recommend adding this page to your Web Favourites list and re-visiting often.

Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and their website has some useful dog fact sheets on many aspects of dog ownership, which can be downloaded in PDF format (requires the free Adobe Reader software).

The Kennel Club website is a comprehensive source of information, providing dog information guides, advice on buying a pedigree puppy, and dog-related activities and events. It also offers advice on dog identification, including microchipping.

Wood Green Animal Shelters website offers dog-related advice, especially if you are thinking of taking on a dog that needs rehoming.

Maxicare is a dog rehoming service from Northamptonshire based Animals in Need. They specialise in finding new homes for stray or unwanted dogs, and the website contains a gallery of dogs that need rehoming.