Debonair Dogs & Co
Dog Grooming
Professionally certified and insured home boarding.
Licence no: 4/2018


1)Does my dog need to be vaccinated?
Yes he needs to be fully vaccinated including the kennel cough vaccine, and on a suitable flea and worming programme and microchipped.  We will need proof before we can board your dog.

2)Does he/she have to be neutered?
 Yes all dogs need to be neutered over the age of 1 year

3)How much is Boarding ?

Prices are between £20-£25 per day no matter how long the stay or whether there are multiple dogs 

4) Where will my dog sleep?
We have no kennels in our home, so your dog can choose where he sleeps within our family home, but not upstairs. 

5) I have a puppy, how old does he have to be before he can come and play?
As soon as he is vaccinated & 6 months old she/he can come play and stay.

6) Will Debonair Dogs be too lively for my older dog to stay?
No, all ages thrive here and choose how little or much they do whilst on holiday.  

7) Do I bring my own food?
Yes as this ensures there is no disruption to his diet.

8) Shall I bring a bed/blanket/toys?
You are welcome to bring items from home but we do provide everything your dog needs. 

9) How far in advance do I have to book my dog in for home boarding?
 We have a licence for 6 dogs and these places go quickly due to having many regular customers. We advise at least 3-6 months in advance and 12 + months during peak times for holiday stays. 

10) Can I bring my dog to meet you first?
Yes all dogs wanting to book in, are invited to meet us first to ensure both parties are happy before completing paperwork and staying. 

11) What are your boarding opening times?
We have strict opening times to disrupt our holiday dogs as little as possible.
Monday-Saturday 7am-9am and 4pm-6pm

12) Can you groom my dog while he stays with you?
If you let us know before hand, we can arrange a full groom for your pet before they come home, with a trusted local dog groomer. (extra charges apply) .

13) Will you walk my dog?
 Yes all the dogs have off lead play within our extensive gardens, with only other Debonair dogs house guests