All dogs will need to be fully vaccinated this will include DHP/DHPPi and either L2 or L4 vaccines and kennel cough vaccine to be allowed to board in this kennels.
Kennel cough vaccination will need to be administered at least two weeks before your dog’s stay, so your dog will be fully covered from kennel cough, the kennel cough vaccine will cover your dog for one year from the date it was administered.
All dogs will need to have vaccinations to cover canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus type 1 (hepatitis), canine adenovirus type 2 (respiratory disease), canine parainfluenza virus and canine parvovirus).
If your dog has never had it’s L4 vaccinations or if you must restart your L4 vaccinations it will be a 6-week period before they will be allowed to board with us this include their first L4 vaccine – 4 weeks later a second L4 vaccine and a 2-week rest period.
This is in the kennels license policy which we must adhere to if we do not follow this procedure, we are putting all our boarders at risk and can be forced to close the kennels by the local authority.
We hope that all customers understand this policy, if you have any questions about any of the vaccinations, please ask a member of staff we will be happy to assist you.
All cats will need to have both Nobivac Tricat Trio and FeLV vaccinations to stay at this facility, this will also include a two-week rest period between having the annual booster and them staying in the boarding kennels for your cats to be fully covered.
If your cat has never had it’s Nobivac vaccinations or if you must restart your Nobivac vaccinations it will be a 6-week period before they will be allowed to board with us this will include their first Nobivac vaccine – 4 weeks later a second Nobivac vaccine and a 2-week period.
Small animals do not require any vaccinations to board with us.