Old Salisbury Road
For Bookings please email or phone:
07717 570543 or 07778190184
Or use our contact form.
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to hold your booking and remaining fees are payable on the day of arrival. Bookings will only be held for 5 days without a
The full boarding fees will still be charged for animals arriving late or leaving early. Changes or cancellations of bookings within 7 days prior to arrival will still incur the full boarding rate for every night booked.
Pam’ Pet Boarding Reserves the right to refuse any animal that show signs of disease, illness, injury or pregnancy.
You must declare to Pam’s Pet Boarding, to the best of your knowledge, any health issues that your pet may have. Should your pet become ill whilst in our care you authorise Pam’s Pet Boarding to transport your pet to the vets of our choice and approve any required emergency treatment. You must also agree to reimburse Pam’s Pet Boarding for any additional costs incurred when you collect your pet.
In the unlikely event that your pet passes away whilst in our care we will contact you immediately and follow your wishes.
Rabbits must be vaccinated against VHD, Myxomatosis and the new VHD2, proof will need to be seen before or upon arrival. They will be refused without the vaccinations.
Animals are boarded at your own risk and while every care will be taken Pam’s Pet Boarding will not be liable for the loss, illness, injury or death of any animal in our care
If you do not collect you pet within 10 days, and we are unable to contact you on the information you provided, Pam’s Pet Boarding reserves the right to have your pet rehomed and legal action will be taken to reimburse boarding fees and any re-homing costs.
Please make sure that enough of your pets regular food is provided for the duration of their stay. RABBIT BOARDING - SORRY BUT I WILL NOT EXCEPT RABBITS WITHOUT THEIR UP TO DATE MYXOMATOSIS/ VHD & THE NEW VHD2 VACCINATIONS. (These are 2 separate jabs that are given 2 weeks apart from each other.) THIS IS FOR THE SAEFTY OF YOURS AND EVERY OTHER RABBIT HERE. These are extremely awful diseases, highly contagious and cause sudden death in rabbits.