Exquisite kennels and cattery set to reopen in Wiltshire

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Based on the Cotswolds border in the gorgeous Wiltshire countryside, Fern Farm Canine Country Club are thrilled to be re-opening their doors on 1st October 2017.

Set within 100 acres of private farmland, the kennels, cattery and grooming salon boast magnificent facilities in an idyllic rural setting. Dogs enjoy a room with a view and safe and varied exercise whereas cats lounge sumptuously in their three tiered accommodation, resting in luxurious handmade four poster beds. After some updating of the existing kennels, Camilla Harris is the next generation to take on the family business, having previously worked in the kennels and as an animal lover herself.

“Having grown up on the farm, I’m really thrilled to be taking the business forward and have some exciting plans for the future,” says Camilla (pictured right).

Whether for a day or an extended stay, your pets are welcomed and cared for with the highest standards, ensuring Fern Farm becomes a home from home. With healthy and natural treats and a range of eco dog toys from local company Green & Wilds, your pets will thoroughly enjoy their stay at Fern Farm. Plenty of exercise and play time is provided with a tailored plan designed to suit your dogs health, likes and requirements.

As well as the boarding options, Fern Farm offers Day Care from £13 per day, allowing you to carry on with your day, knowing your pet is happy and in safe hands. The Country Club also offers Grooming and Gun Dog training, either available on a one to one or group basis. Geoff Shore is a renowned expert in the training and handling of Gun Dogs and will be a regular at Fern Farm for these fun, informative training sessions.

Some beautiful gifts have been hand selected from Country Matters, ranging from cushions to coasters and crockery to cards. Their collection features stunning British countryside photography, so whether you’re after a little something for yourself or a gift for a friend, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Dietary and medical requirements can be administered for both dogs and cats from Fern Farm veterinary nurse, Lyn. Lyn brings over 35 years of veterinary experience and 25 years of running her own dog boarding business to the Country Club. Pindy Dunster will be managing the kennels on a day to day basis. She has worked in veterinary practices for over 10 years and holds an accredited CPD dog first aid and emergency canine care qualifications. She’s sure to bring her expertise in abundance to the Canine Country Club as she embarks on this exciting new role.

 

 

The dog sensory garden is available for both day and boarding dogs and for external hire. It’s great for reducing stress and anxiety where dogs can enjoy new scents, smells and textures.

Dog boarding is available at £15 per night per dog.

Cat boarding is available for £12 per night per cat.

Day care is available from £13 per day.

There is a 10% discount for more than one cat or dog staying from the same household.

Pampering for your pet starts from just £5 in the onsite salon.

To book or for more information please visit www.fernfarmcountryclub.com or call 01225891466.

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