Small Animals - Booking Your Stay

Booking Information

Booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment is always the best option, however we like to think we are able to offer a fairly responsive service no matter how 'last minute' it may be.

Once we receive your booking request, we will send you an email / letter with the details you will require, to forward your 50% non- refundable deposit to secure your booking. Only upon receipt of your deposit, we will be able to confirm that your booking is confirmed. Deposit payment will act as an agreement that the customer accepts our published terms and conditions and payment policy.

The remaining balance is due prior to or on collection of your pet(s) at the end of their stay.

In the event that we do not receive requested communication from a customer by the requested date, we reserve the right to cancel your booking with the deposit remaining non-refundable.

Rat boarding in Staffordshire

When booking, please specify which type of accommodation you prefer for your pet (run or hutch) as we need to process this manually.

Please note that you will be asked to provide your email address and set up a password when checking availability. However, this information is not used for any purpose other than access to our system. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Important Information for Boarding Rabbits

All rabbits boarding with us (and indeed any reputable boarding establishment) must first be fully vaccinated. To protect your rabbits against Myxomatosis , Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic disease (RVHD) 1 and Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic disease (RVHD) 2 you will need 2 vaccinations per year, Nobivac  and either Eravac or Filavac. These need to be given at least 2 weeks apart.

Full information about the required vaccinations for rabbits is available from your vet and also from the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF). To comply with our terms and conditions of boarding, you are required to provide your rabbits vaccination certificates each time that they board. Regrettably we will be unable to board your rabbit if proof of up-to-date vaccinations is not provided.

We expect all pets to be in a reasonable state of health on arrival or at least to be actively engaged in a veterinary treatment programme if not, and for you to make us aware of this. We request that all pets have treatment to control fleas, mites and ticks prior to boarding, again your vet can advise on this. We will administer any treatments you provide free of charge but we will expect reimbursement for any veterinary/medical charges accrued by us during your pets stay.

Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday
9.30am until 10.30am
5pm until 6pm

  Sundays, Bank holidays, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
9.30am to 10.30am

(closed to the Public on Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year's Day)

When planning your visit please allow sufficient time to settle your pet into their accommodation and to complete the required documentation within the opening hour.

Please note that we are closed for the following dates

19th  October to 1st November 2022