For boarding enquiries email us at [email protected] or call us on 01875 870 674.
We aim to respond to your message within 48 hours, if you have not received a response within this time, please check that our response hasn't been automatically routed to your junk mail. If your query is urgent, please call us to discuss.
Here at Valley Forge kennels we have 21 kennels, in a variety of sizes to cater for different dogs needs. We have several kennels that we call quiet kennels, aimed to help dogs that are nervous around other dogs, which along with our one to one structure means that they settle well.
We have installed central heating to ensure that everyone is cosy during their stay, as well as supplying bedding, beds, bowls and crates if required. We always recommend that you bring something that will help your dog settle, whether that be a favourite toy or a blanket. Please bring your dogs usual food with you.
Read on for a breakdown of our day, charges and photos!
We are located near Drem and serve all surrounding areas such as Haddington, Gullane, Aberlady, Longniddry, North Berwick and Dunbar and all other towns in East Lothian, as well as areas further afield such as Edinburgh, Fife and Glasgow.
Charges are calculated from and inclusive of the day of drop off and up to 10am on the day of collection. Collection after 10am is calculated as another day. Food is not included in this price.
1 Dog £17 per day
2 Dogs £28 per day when sharing
3 Dogs £35 per day when sharing
Day Boarding (no overnight stay) from £15.
If you require your dogs to be boarded in separate kennels, please contact us to discuss costs.
To keep your dogs routine as close to home as possible we recommend that you bring your dogs normal feed with you. However if you wish, we can supply Arkwrights at a cost of £1 per dog, daily, alternatively you can purchase a 15kg bag for £9.50.
Please be advised we do not have a card reader. Payment can be made by way of cash on collection or cheque on drop off. Please do not hesitate to ask if you would like details of balances due before arrival or during your holiday!
7am - 9am: The day starts with Christine taking the dogs out one by one for walks and then it is breakfast time for all the pups.
12-2pm: Lunch time begins. Walks and playtime with Caroline in the compound, giving your dog one on one attention doing things they like to do, whether it's playing fetch, running about or snuggling up for cuddles. Everyone gets their second meal of the day.
9pm-10pm: Last walk of the day, in to bed with a wee biscuit.