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Wayside Doggy Day Care

And Home Boarding.

***** Rating from Folkestone and Hythe District Council


My name is Terry, better known as Uncle Tel by the doggies that come and stay with me. I have always had at least one dog in my life since the age of 16 when my parents brought me my first puppy. A lovely loyal, devoted Collie Cross called Penny. This was the beginning of a way of life for me as every day since then has been enriched by the love of dogs. At one point I had 6 of my own sharing each day with me, from wagging tails awaiting breakfast at the bottom of the stairs, to the comfort of watching them sleep by my feet or curled up next to me on the sofa at the end of a busy day.

My own numbers have now reduced due to old age, but I couldn't imagine a life without dogs. Hence why Wayside Doggy home from home Boarding was created.

I can now offer to look after your dog/s in my home (no kennels) and I get to share in the love and fun of having a dog and becoming a small part of that dogs life.

I am offering a bespoke home boarding service.

Please call early to confirm your booking and avoid disappointment.

I hope to see you and your little star very soon.

Thank you

Uncle Tel.

Why us?

A Happy dog is a loved dog.

Fully licensed by Folkestone and Hythe District Council with a 5 star rating to home board, and fully covered by pet business insurance. You can book with confidence in the knowledge that the care and attention your pet will receive from us during their stay will be of the highest standard possible.

Call us today for bookings or enquiries, no obligation and no deposit to pay.

Please note that a full up to date vaccination certificate to include kennel cough vaccine, will need to be seen before we can accept your pet into our home. All male dogs need to have been neutered and all females need to have been spayed before we can accept them into our home.