Dog Boarding Kennels in Derbyshire
Here at Castlefield Kennels, we endeavour to ensure your dog is happily “settled in” and accustomed to their new surroundings for a stress free, pleasant boarding experience.
Available 365 days of the year, we offer individual, secure accommodation of various sizes, welcoming dogs of all sizes, big or small. Spacious family kennels are also available for two or more dogs wishing to board together.
All our pens are kept to a high standard of cleanliness, equipped with their own comfortable indoor sleeping quarters with bedding and an outdoor run area. The pens are heated throughout, with extra heating for the cooler days and nights provided through individual heat lamps.
Keeping In Touch With Social Media!
Your dog can even keep in touch during their stay, sending you occasional Facebook updates and picture messages during their stay to show you they’re having the time of their life. We understand it’s difficult to spend any period of time away from your pets, which is why our social media service is proving increasingly popular with our customers! But remember, they will be so busy enjoying themselves they might not be able to keep in touch every day!
We know dogs love to go on walks and we offer this enjoyment in any one of our three purpose-built exercising play paddocks. These are clean, safe and secure areas of land which add fun and happiness during your dog’s stay.
Quality Dog Food & Nutrition
Dogs also love their food, which is why we supply a wide variety of meat and biscuit mixes, as well as complete foods to suit any dietary requirements at no additional cost. If you prefer, you are welcome to bring along your own food, including treats and bones or frozen meals.
We are happy to administer medication your pet may require. Please ask a member of staff for more details.
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