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West View Long Lane,Beverley HU17 0RN,England

Business Details

Personal loving care when you're not there.

We are an independent family run 'boutique' style luxury dog boarding, daycare and grooming spa based in historic town of Beverley, East Riding. Created in 2015 to offer the discerning pet owner a loving and personal service in a modern purpose designed and built facility. Our mission is to provide an intimate service so that each guest receives a high level of stimulation, exercise and human interaction ensuring that they feel safe, comfortable, stress free and above all - happy. We have a combination of single, double and triple occupancy kennels over two brick built lodges that incorporates thermostatically controlled central heating. Furthermore, we have 5 fully enclosed, secure recreational paddocks where our guests can enjoy individual or mixed group, supervised canine enrichment play sessions. Our full-time staff members are IMDT (Institute of Modern Dog Trainers) qualified (or equivalent) - giving you peace of mind that while your dog is in our care, it's in the very best of hands. Our on-site modern Dog Spa offers professionally qualified grooming services catering for any breed standard style or bespoke pet trim. Personal loving care, when you're not there.
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West View Long Lane,Beverley HU17 0RN,England

Latest Blogs

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