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When you bring your pet to the kennels, these are helpful suggestions for you to consider...


It is recommended that your pet wears a simple flat collar.

Identity tag


It is very important that your pet has an identity tag, with the relevant details displayed on it.




Your pet will settle a lot more quickly if they have a favourite toy or blanket to help it feel more like home.




If you pet is on a special diet you can either bring your own food, or let us know what they are eating. We have various foods in stock, just let us know.


Contact name


It is helpful to have a contact name & number of someone who can be contacted in your absence. Possibly a friend or family member.




It is important to give us the name and contact number for your vet in case of an emergency or sudden illness.




Details of any medical condition should be carefully explained & instructions regarding any medication should be given to the kennel staff, preferably in writing.




If you can bring any current vaccination certificate & we also strongly recommend that all dogs have a kennel cough vaccine prior to coming into kennels. This should be done at least 5 days but preferably 14 days before.




The kennel staff need confirmation of boarding dates, along with date & time expected for collection.


Pet’s name


It is important that you let us know your pet’s name when you drop them off, as this helps your pet respond to the kennel staff. It will help us establish a rapport with your pet.



Prior to bringing your pet(s) to Maes Gwyn Boarding Kennels, please download and complete the document below in either Word or PDF format and ideally email to the address shown below or in writing on arrival: 






If you have any questions before you bring your pet in to our boarding kennels, please don’t hesitate to call. Anne & Neill will be able to help you.
We look forward to meeting you & your pets soon.

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