Your pet is in good hands with Lochan­dubh Ken­nels

The Oban Times - - Feature -

Set in se­cluded wood­land 15 miles north of Oban, Lochan­dubh Ken­nels was first es­tab­lished in 1992. The fam­ily-run busi­ness is fronted by Fiona Wood­house, along with her team of an­i­mal lovers.

Fiona tells us, ‘our aim is for your dogs stay here to be happy and stress free. We have 24 pur­pose built ken­nels, li­censed for 40 dogs. We use saw­dust in the ken­nels which keeps them dry and clean and the dogs are walked twice a day though wood­land paths. The ken­nels have dou­ble glazed units along the front to keep the bad weather out but the dogs can still see what’s go­ing on.’

The cat­tery was opened in 2007 and it has been de­signed and built to the high­est spec­i­fi­ca­tions. With 8 chalets, li­censed for 16 cats, all of their fe­line clients love the heated beds with spa­cious runs, it re­ally is a home away from home.

There are also fa­cil­i­ties to board any kind of small an­i­mal in­clud­ing hens.

Fiona adds, ‘ we have a lovely work­ing line of Labradors which my daugh­ter Anna-May and I work at the lo­cal shoots. I have a Black Labrador bitch who will be com­ing into sea­son very soon and is look­ing for a hand­some sire.

‘ You are very wel­come to come and view our board­ing fa­cil­i­ties.’

All an­i­mals must be up to date with vac­ci­na­tions and any cur­rent med­i­cal con­di­tions must be dis­cussed in full when you leave your trea­sured pet.

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