Our kennels have been inspected by the appropriate authorities in France and I am
pleased to say, passed with flying colours!
However, there is always room for improvement, and to this end work has started to
improve the heating and insulation of the kennels. All the work is external and
will not affect any of our valued clientele.
The view from the kennels is part of the area for walking and playing. As a measure
of security, leads are always in use.
Ever since I was knee high to a grasshopper I have always had animals around me.
I’ve won competitions with rabbits, gerbils, horses and of course all sorts of dogs
and cats. From Wimbledon to Wales, Olympia to Ogmore and Bedlinog to Bocquence I
have left my mark! Animals are part of my life, so to open a boarding kennels in
France was just a natural progression. Both myself and my husband John have taken
the exam needed here in France, to show we are capable of looking after animals (and
I believe that I was the first “etranger” to pass with full marks without the help
of a translator!)
My kennels are run on English guidelines, and these are a little stricter than the
French guidelines. They are open 7 days a week, and you are welcome to visit at
any time. Its best to phone first as I may be out walking the dogs!