26/06/2019 0 Comments
Got a Question About Our Dublin Dog Kennels?
Here at Irish Rosettes Kennels, we are extremely proud of our quality Kennels. We don’t believe in providing just the minimum. Instead, we also strive to up our game. We always want to make our boarding facilities more comfortable, more welcoming and more suited to the needs of dog breeds both great and small.
For over a decade we have been offering Dublin pooches the best possible kennel experience. However, we understand that dog owners will -- of course -- have some questions.
Leaving your beloved pet in the care of a third party can be a nerve-racking experience. We understand, really we do. After all, we are not just a Dublin Kennel company, we’re also dog lovers.
To ease your mind, we have compiled a list of the most common questions dog owners have before leaving their furry friend in our capable hands.
Will my dog get enough exercise at your Kennel?
Of course, the Irish Rosettes Kennels are set-up in such a way that all dogs will get plenty of exercise. Playtime can include a few hours in our large grassed exercise paddock. Gently music is played throughout, to help even the most nervous dog enjoy their holiday.
Whatever your dog’s exercise needs you can rest assured we have the facilities to accommodate them.
What happens if my Dog gets sick?
In the unfortunate event of an illness, a veterinary surgeon is available 7 days a week. The dog owner must allow Irish Rosette Dog kennels to access their dog’s medical records.
What Information Do You Need From Me?
For the protection of your dog and the other dogs staying in our Kennels, we require:
- All dogs need to be up-to-date on their internal and external parasite treatments: fleas, ticks, etc.
- All dogs must be inoculated against Distemper, Hardpad and the parvo-virus within the last 12 months.
- All dogs must be inoculated against Bronchitis Bordetella within the last 12 months
- Proof of inoculation must be presented to our staff
Can my two dogs stay together?
We provide large kennels where two dogs from the same household can sleep together.
If you have more questions, please visit our Dublin Kennels page, or give us a call today.