Paradise Boarding Kennels

Preston, England

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Each Kennel has it’s own heated sleeping area with plastic bed and vet bedding (you can bring your own if you wish) with a hatch leading to it’s own large individual outdoor run - there are some extra large runs for larger breeds and families of more than 1 dog. We only kennel dogs together from the same home if requested by the owner. All dogs are walked individually (Unless from the same home) twice a day. We supply our own complete dog food but you can bring your own if you wish and any food supplements or medication that your pet is receiving can be administered as per your instructions. We are open 7 days a week for you to bring your dogs in to us and take them home after their stay between 8.00 to 12 noon and 1.30 pm to 6.00 pm, unless by prior arrangement. We encourage you to view preferably by appointment so as not to disturb the resident dogs. We take dogs for short and long stays. There is also a local collection and delivery service available. All dogs must hold a valid vaccination certificate and we expect owners to be responsible for any flea or worming treatment before coming to the kennels.
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