We require all dogs to have their annual booster vaccination and Kennel Cough vaccination. (If in doubt, consult your veterinarian). NB: Inoculation against Kennel Cough must be given at least 2 weeks before boarding commences, and will protect your pet for 1 year. We require cats to have an annual booster vaccine.
Yes your pet needs to be neutered at around 1 year old to come to Kennels, younger pets can come intact until they reach adulthood.
Up to date Vaccine record and food for duration of their stay. Please provide food for duration of their stay either in a plastic container or the full bag, do not individually bag the food. No beds/blankets are required as we provide these.
Yes it is best practice to maintain the same diet as home. Please provide food for duration of their stay either in a plastic container or the full bag, do not individually bag the food.
As often as they are at home. Again, please advise us accordingly.
Morning – 7:30am to 11:00am daily.
Evening – 4:00pm to 6:00 pm daily.
Yes, we provide a collection and drop off service for both cats and dogs. We charge €35 per trip within a 10 mile radius. Further distances will be charged accordingly.
Busy periods coincide with weekends & school holidays, so substantial notice is advised.
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To ensure your pets stay healthy during their stay, only pets who are up-to-date with their vaccinations, including Kennel Cough vaccination, are staying at Abbey Boarding Kennels and Cattery.
Vaccinations, including Kennel Cough, must be given 2 weeks prior to arriving at Abbey Boarding Kennels.