Day Care and Overnight Boarding

 

Do you have a registration process?

Yes. All new clients are asked to complete a registration form that needs to be forwarded to me before or on the day their dog comes to visit me. You can find the form here.

 

What will I need to provide for my dog?

Everything that you think your dog will need while you are away. For instance: food, chews, clean bedding, poop bags, etc.

 

Will you let my dog off the lead when out for walks?

If you would prefer that your dog is let off the lead it's ok as long as you provide written consent when submitting the registration form. 

 

Is there a minimum stay for booking?

No, with the exception that I look after dogs at the weekend only when on a 4+ days boarding.

 

What is the earliest time in the day that I can leave my dog and how late can I pick my dog up?

As my fees are per calendar day and not per hour the drop off and pick up time are flexible (within reason) and can be agreed when you make your booking. Normally the very earliest drop off is 8am (weekdays) and the latest pick up 6pm.

 

Do you offer a transport service?

No

 

Nutrition

 

How can your consultation help me?

Chosing the right food for your dog can be confusing. My aim is to provide you with the tools needed to select a feeding style that meets your dog's individual needs and your preferences.

 

What does the consultation entail?

I will aim to deal with your request for a nutrition consultation within 5 working days. You will receive an email containing information and advice specific to your questions.

 

My dog is unwell. Can diet help him?

Diet Therapy is a type of complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) and as such it addresses the cause of a disease rather than just its symptoms. Diet can promote health at a cellular level and Diet Therapy consists in modifying an existing diet by including beneficial ingredients and excluding food that is not functional.
 

What is a balanced diet?

A balanced diet includes all building blocks of good nutrition. If any of the essential nutrients are missing from the diet or are over supplied your dog's body will find it more difficult to fight off diseases.  

 
 
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