GLEN RUA - FAQs
GLEN RUA - BOARDING KENNELS & CATTERY
 
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
 What is Kennel Cough?
Kennel Cough or tracheobronchitis is a highly contagious canine illness characterised by inflammation of the upper respiratory system.
Your dog MUST be innoculated against Bordetella (Kennel Cough) and given at least 14 days before boarding, and this will protect your dog for one year.
 
 Do I Require Proof of Vaccination?
 YES. Your dog can only be allowed to board once proof of an up to date vaccination certificate is produced. You will receive this from your Vet.
All other annual vaccinations must also be up to date and shown.
 
 Is it necessary to bring Pet food?
 No. We supply your pet with quality nutritious Irish petfood,however if your pet is on a special dietary requirement, you may bring along the food that they are receiving at home.  
 
 What else can I bring?
 If you wish you can bring along your pet's favourite toy or something with your scent on it to help your pet settle in.
 
 How often is my dog exercised?
 Your dog is walked with its lead along our pathways twice daily and for extra fun we have a secure enclosed area where your pet is allowed play with frisbees, balls etc.
This is on an individual basis.
 For our Feline friends we will give individual attention within their cattery by playing with soft toys or talking and cuddling.
 
 How much notice is required for booking?
 Busy periods like School holidays, Christmas etc will need to be booked as early as possible as places get filled rapidly.
 
 What forms of Payment are accepted?
 We accept both Cheque and Cash.
 
 
 
 
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