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How to start your Dog's Journey with us

All dogs that wish to come to us here at LittleDogs for DayCare or frequent boarding are required to attend a meet and greet with evaluation prior to being able to book in with us. This evaluation is charged at a half day of DayCare (£10 correct on 13th Sept 2022) and the dogs will arrive with you, their owners at 1pm. You will stay briefly to allow us to ensure that your dog/’s are happy to be left and are not showing immediate signs of aggression or severe anxiety. We will also go through some details about your dog with you. The dogs will then stay until at least 4pm to allow us to asses them in all the aspects below. We have outlined some important information below, if your dog does not meet these criteria then we will not be able to offer them an evaluation.
We will brief you on how your dog has done during their afternoon with us when you come to collect them at your agreed upon time and if they have had an enjoyable and relaxed time then you will be able to  book them in with us for DayCare and Boarding then.

Vaccinations and Health

All dog’s coming for their evaluation must be up to date with their yearly booster vaccinations. An in-date titre test is acceptable, but the owner needs to be aware that you cannot titre test against Leptospirosis and that is a required core vaccination. The Kennel Cough vaccination is not a mandatory vaccine, and it does not cover all canine coughs and dogs are still susceptible to infection. We also ask that any dog receiving their KC vaccine does not attend our facility for 14 days following.

Please email us a copy of their vaccination or titre test prior to their evaluation. We require proof a minimum of 48 before your appointment, failure to send proof will see your evaluation appointment cancelled.
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If your dog is showing any signs of illness or has any of the following symptoms then they must not attend our facility until they are at least 48 hours clear.

Diarrhea, vomiting, green runny eyes, sneezing or are generally lethargic. Dog’s who have a cough must be 14 days clear.


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