All pets will be handled during their stay and given exercise outside of their hutch/cage.
Rabbits and guinea pigs will be provided with daily exercise, either indoors or in outdoor runs, based on the weather. The outdoor runs are situated on a slabbed area, which is thoroughly cleaned between each boarder to prevent the spread of diseases. Smaller pets, on the other hand, will be given exercise in a exercise ball indoors.
We offer stools, stacking cups, and a plastic ball for our boarders who prefer not to bring their own toys. Additionally, we provide litter trays, bowls, and water bottles.
All the enclosures, surfaces, areas, and tools undergo a thorough cleaning using Anigene High Level Disinfectant Cleaner after each boarder.
Rabbit and Guinea Pig Boarding
Pets are kept separate from each other, both inside and outside of their enclosures, to ensure their safety. We clean their bedding daily and provide them with an ample supply of Nature's Own Devon Meadow Hay and Golden Barley Straw to munch on throughout the day. Megazorb is used in our litter trays to maintain cleanliness. In addition to this, every pet is given a small portion of a mixture containing various vegetables, herbs, and fruits in the evening.
You only need to bring your rabbit and guinea pig's dry pellet food, as well as their beloved items such as blankets, teddy bears, tunnels, chews, treats, and anything else that will make them feel more comfortable. Some owners even bring a piece of clothing that they have worn, which acts as a comforting blanket for their pets and allows them to smell their owners. If you decide to bring your own belongings, please remember to label them.
Gerbils, Hamsters and Mice Boarding
All you need to bring is your gerbil/hamster/mice dry pellet food and change of bedding if you like your cage cleaning during their stay.
You will need to bring their own cage as this makes them feel safe and more secure, as they are only small and can be frightened easily.
Did you know?
Sawdust and wood shavings can irritate your pet eye’s which can lead to eye problems and respiratory problems by inhaling the dust.
Did you know?
Boarding pets on the same patch of grass can conceal numerous diseases that are transmitted through urine and faeces, which can persist in the soil and grass for extended periods.