Menston, England

Business Details

Sunnymead Boarding Kennels and Cattery were established in the 1970's. Owned and run personally by Paul and Alison Brennand, assisted by their children since October 2002. Sunnymead has grown in reputation and is recommended by local vets, but more importantly, recommended by customers who use the kennels and cattery as well as their expert C&G qualified dog grooming service. Sunnymead is set on 6 acres in a rural location close to Ilkley moor but is only 3 minutes from the local towns of Menston, 7 minutes from Guiseley, Baildon and Ilkley. We welcome customers from throughout the Leeds and Bradford areas, and we are more than happy to answer any questions about our kennels or cattery facilities or if your four legged friend just needs a groom! We believe that animals placed in our care should be treated as if they were our own, because we understand the anxiety with which some owners leave their much loved pets in the care of strangers. Therefore when animal's come here to stay we aim to make their stay as much an enjoyable holiday as possible. Your pet's vaccination certificate must be shown prior to acceptance into the premises.

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Modern, heated, purpose-built boarding kennels Individual runs Special diets and…

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Modern, heated, purpose-built Cat pens Individual runs Special diets and medications…

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rooming-to ensures your dog's coat is in optimum condition. Free…


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