What are the terms and conditions for dog boarding?
The Terms and Conditions set out an agreement between ‘you’ the owner, Canine & Co and the chosen carer ‘the carer’. Your Booking: Bookings are not confirmed until the deposit has been paid, which is due at the time of submitting the Booking Form.
When does a dog boarding licence expire in the UK?
1. Licences are given for a maximum period of 12 months. 2. All licences expire on 31st December each year by law. Renewal of the licence for a further 12 months will be offered by the Council unless there are good reasons not to do so. Such reasons could include previous failure to comply with licence conditions. 3.
How long can a dog stay with a carer?
The minimum stay is 2 days at the daily rate and 7 days during peak season. Once you have been given your carer’s details, you can make an appointment to visit the carer with your dog prior to your dog’s holiday.
Can a dog be placed in a dog boarding kennel?
You confirm your dog is non-aggressive. Should it show aggressive tendencies towards the dog carer or their family, you accept that he/she will be placed in a dog boarding kennel until your return and that this will be subject to a transfer charge of £20.00 which will be payable by yourself upon your return.
When was the first time I boarded my Dog?
We boarded our dogs for the first time in October (just a night) and are boarding them again this Thurs-Monday. I think the people at the boarding place think I am a nut with all the instructions and information I give.
How long is too long for dog boarding?
I think the people at the boarding place think I am a nut with all the instructions and information I give. It’s hard being away from our babies, but whether it’s for a week or three weeks, your dogs will be fine After they get home they probably won’t even remember the 3 weeks away! They will be okay.
What should I do if my dog has been boarded before?
If your dog hasn’t been boarded before, consider a short overnight stay before an extended stay. Even an afternoon of doggie daycare can be a good test. This will help your dog get more comfortable with the experience and give the caretaker a better idea of your dog’s needs.
Do you feel guilty if you board your dog?
Don’t feel guilty about boarding your dog. Even if you find family or neighbors to watch over Lily, they might not know how to take care of her properly. At least if you board her, you know that there will be people around who have experience with dogs. They will also know how to act in case of an emergency.