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Here at Animal Inn Boarding Kennels and Cattery we have been providing excellent care for all kinds of pets since 1988. Our boarding kennels offer comfort for both long or short periods of time. As a family run business we’re located in over 20 acres of fields and countryside adjacent to the Trans Pennine Trail. We offer a wide range of services including: Dog Boarding Cat Boarding Small Animal Boarding (Rabbits, Guinea Pigs etc) Onsite Shop We offer a collection and delivery service should you need it within the local area. Many of our staff are volunteers, people who love animals and help us to look after them because they want to not because we pay them to, this ensures your pet get’s a “Little Extra” when it comes to cuddles… We understand that your pet is someone special, and that you want to give them the best possible experience while your unable to look after them… they deserve it after all…. Please take a good look around out website, there’s loads of great information here that will help you decide if Animal Inn’s the place for you… If you have any questions, or you just want to have a chat about the services we can offer you and your pet please
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Our boarding pens are all bright, comfortable and spacious. Each pen has an indoor area for…

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Our indoor cattery has recently been refurbished to provide comfort for your feline friend…

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We have recently opened our Small Animal Hotel within the grounds of our Kennels. This…


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