Sit 'n' Stay Petminding
Glamorgan (S, W and Mid)
- Pet boarding in Vale of Glamorgan
- Established since 1998
- An alternative to boarding kennels
- Flexible care for your pets
- Friendly & personalised service
- Owner operated family business
Sit 'n' Stay Petminding - Pet Boarding in Rhoose, Glamorgan
Planning your next holiday or short break? We are licensed to home board your dogs in a home from home environment. Any other pets such as cats ,rabbits,hens or small furries ..we visit your home daily to feed,water,change bedding etc. We let you know how they are so you can enjoy your breakaway without worrying.
One of the longest-serving pet minding businesses in South East Wales. Providing a dedicated and flexible approach to ALL your pet care needs, including:
Licensed home boarding for dogs
Small pet care - Home visits for cats etc
As much as we hate to be parted from our dogs, there are times when it is simply unavoidable. Like a foreign holiday, a business trip away or maybe even a spell in hospital. While boarding kennels suit some dogs, just as many find them a stressful and unsettling experience. That's when home boarding comes to the rescue, providing a tranquil environment and all of the company and comforts your dog could wish for.
From a one-night stop-over to a week or more (the longest time a dog has stayed is 2 months!), your dog will live as part of the family with a routine as closely followed as possible to the one they are used to at home.
You provide their food, bedding and favourite toys so there's always something familiar and reassuring for them that reminds them of home.
Up-to-date vaccination certificates are a pre-requisite of bookings being accepted, and a deposit will be taken to secure bookings of any duration. You are invited - indeed encouraged - to visit my home with your dog(s) to inspect the facilities prior to making a first-time booking. This will also enable you and your dog(s) to meet my own. Harry and Beauty (pictured) act as 'mine host' to all canine guests.
If you are concerned that your dog may be fretful or not settle well into a strange environment I would recommend a trial overnight stay. I also ask that you advise me of any possible behavioural traits, medical conditions or special requirements at the time of booking. I will also need an emergency telephone contact number and the details of your vet to be held on file.