Kennels in Westhead

Kennels in Westhead Kennels in Westhead will give you the peace of mind that your furry four legged family member has a safe, loving and nurturing place to stay while they patiently await your return. As a family run business, Talbot House Kennels & Cattery is set in the beautiful Worthington countryside and provides pet owners with outstanding kenneling experience. Their mission is to ensure that your pet is happy, well fed and watered, exercised and content when you fetch them again. They welcome all breeds. When it comes to man’s best friend, Talbot House offers comfy accommodation for your dog. Your pet will enjoy an individually heated sleeping area, nice clean bedding as well as a weatherproofed and covered run to protect them from the elements.

In Westhead, the best kennels should ensure pets are well exercised. At Talbot House Kennels & Cattery, with 100 acres of private land, daily walks are all part of your pet’s routine. There is also a dedicated doggy play area and a full grooming service on site. This ensures your pet looks as handsome as possible. Grooming services for dogs and cats include shampooing, baths, hair clipping, nail clipping, eye cleaning, ear plucking and even blow drying. Bitches in season are also accommodated. Dietary requirements are adhered to and tinned and dried food from leading brands such as Eukanuba, Pedigree Complete and Winalot guarantee your pet’s health.

Talbot House Kennels in Westhead take good care of cats too. Quiet and safe and away from the kennels, the catteries here have been designed by a specialist cattery company. Each chalet is fully heated and has a full height sneeze barrier. Just like with the kennels, the chalets have vet bedding which protects pets from bacteria. All pets need to have their vaccination certificates up to date. The kennels and cattery also have access to a local veterinary surgeon. If you require more information about kennels for your pet while you are away, contact Talbot House Kennels & Cattery.

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