Between me and my truly amazing helpers we’d love to invite your dog to come and 'board' in our home. Here they will enjoy a loving home & stress free environment, calming morning and evening sniff walks, a garden and a long off lead walk in a large park such as Wormwood Scrubs or Fryent way Country Park socialising with other dogs.

Or if you prefer you can have a  'sitter' in your home.


Boarding or Sitting: 1 dog: £40/ night.

Boarding 2 dog’s: £65/ night.

*Discount for stays over two weeks.

*£15. Supplement for Bank Holidays, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Years Eve, Day and Good Friday to Easter Monday. Supplement may also apply to dogs that need specialist care i.e young pups, large dogs, dogs with behaviour issues but please enquire and we will do our best to keep the cost as low as possible.

*Tailored discount for multiple dogs and stays over two weeks. Priority to pre existing clients from training or weekly walks.

Specialist Boarding £55/night

E.g Large dogs/ Un-house trained -early months pups/ dogs that cannot endure any time alone/ reactive dogs that have to be boarded or walked alone.

Please be aware a behaviour consultation & or trial night may be required before taking these dogs. Additional exercise charges may be due depending on the needs of your dog.

Trial night.

A trial night is charged at full rate but will be refunded off your booking. So please enquire now ready for your next trip away. This will help them settle when they come for a long stay, which is especially good for young pups prone to separation anxiety and will help us ensure we can provide the the right care for them for the duration of your time away.

Residential Training

If you would like your dog to benefit from daily training with me during their stay this can be discussed depending on you and your dogs needs. Pricing is around £140/day.

Please note whatever they learn with me will need to be actively maintained by you for lasting effect.

For more info see my FAQ's or enquire below.

Paddy loves coming to stay but insists he knows where his bed belongs.