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Fairview Boarding Kennels
Scalm Lane,Low Rest Park,
Sherburn In Elmet, North Yorkshire LS25 6HW

Phone Janet Fleming
on 01977 683195
www.fairviewboardingkennels.co.uk
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Welcome to Fairview Boarding Kennels
Scalm Lane,Low Rest Park,, Sherburn In Elmet, North Yorkshire LS25 6HW

  • kennels location
  • boarding kennels
  • kennels staff
  • kennels building
  • kennels sleep
  • kennels exercise
  • dog exercise
  • dog walks
  • dog kennels services
  • dog welfare in kennels
  • dogs with special needs
  • boarding kennels fees

About Us

Boarding Kennels Location

Fairview Kennels nestles in a rural location between Leeds and York. Surrounded by fields and countryside it is ideal for dog walking.

Established over 20 years ago, Fairview Kennels is run by Janet Fleming (HND Animal Care) and her enthusiastic staff.

The kennels provide a comfortable and safe environment for any dog - large or small - young or old.

Accommodation - concrete block built - individual outside runs - double and single kennels - infra red heating for those chilly days and nights - raised beds to avoid draughts - fully compliant to model kennel standards - recently refurbished (2009) - large, secure grass paddock for play.

Care - two walks per day - play with the staff and also in the secure paddock - variety of food to ensure you dog has the same diet as at home - fresh water twice a day - toys always available for frequent play time - treats given with lots of love - medication - including injections - can be administered.

Services - opening hours 9.30am - 6.30pm (other hours can be arranged) - daily care - overnight - long stay - weekends - collection and delivery if necessary.

Grooming - clipping and grooming - nail trimming - bathing - brushing Requirements - all dogs need to be fully vaccinated - young, old and infirm dogs may require kennel cough (please check with Janet)

Opening Hours & Visiting

Boarding Kennels Building

We are open from 9.30am-6.00pm

However, on a morning, between 9-30am & 11-00am we are walking the dogs & cleaning out the kennels, if you come for a look round between these times we will be busy & won't have a lot of time to show you round.

Again, if you come after 3-30pm we will again be walking the dogs & getting their food ready

The best time to come for a look round or for any enquiries would be after 11-00 & before 3-30.

If you ring & there is no reply PLEASE leave a message & we WILL get back to you.

Staff & Knowledge

We have 3 full-time staff working in our kennels.

Our staff ratio is:      1 Staff : 7 Kennels

Boarding Kennels Staff/Owners

Fairview Boarding Kennels Boarding Kennels in North Yorkshire

About our staff, knowledge and experience:

I have a H.N.D in Animal Management which I gained 3 years ago and I also have gained a distinction in the Kennel & Cattery Management course which has been designed by the Pet Care Trust to ensure Senior staff & Management are suitably trained.

I have also completed a course in Dog Grooming & Clipping & intend to attend a further grooming course later in the year.

All the staff I employ are dog lovers & are trained in undestanding the different temperaments & behaviour of various breeds & how to treat each visitor as an individual with individual needs

During the winter I manage the running of the kennels myself but in the summer I employ at least 2 members of staff to enable the dogs to have the level of care necessary whilst we are busy.

I am a member of the Pet Care Trust & the Kennel & Cattery Association.

Our Kennels

We have 22 Kennels with Attached runs: Covered runs:

They were built in 1989 and are licensed for anything up to 22 dogs (maximum).

Less than 20 kennels per building
We're proud to say we have a maximum of 10 kennels in any section of any building.
(The ideal is a maximum of 10 kennels per section)


Boarding Kennels Sleep Accommodation

Boarding Kennels Exercise Run

About our Kennels

Dog Exercise & Play:

Dogs get out of their Kennels for exercise:

Dogs are taken out of KennelsWe're proud to say dogs DO get out of their kennels here.
We know how important it is (mentally and physically) for dogs to play, sniff, run around and stretch their legs.
In other words, for dogs to be dogs!


About dog exercise with our Boarding Kennels:

Exercise & Play in Boarding Kennels

The dogs are walked individually twice daily.

Once in a morning & once before they are fed in the afternoon.

In addition they are let into a secure pen for a play & off lead exercise at least once through the day & again at night before they are put to bed.

Dog Walks/Exercise/Playtime with Staff:

Dogs exercised by staff:

20 minutes of walks/exercise with staff provided daily

Less than 20 kennels per buildingWe're proud to say we offer walks/ exercise/ playtime WITH staff.
We know how important it is for dogs to have our company one-to-one.
It's much more fun!

About dog walks/playtime with staff

Dog Walks at the Boarding Kennels

The dogs are walked at the side of a small dyke, on grass where there are plenty of interesting smells (fox, badger, ducks, wild birds etc) as well as other dogs.

If the weather is wet the dogs are walked up a small private road, so there is no risk of getting too wet or muddy.

The exercise paddocks are also grassed & have paths around the perimiter of the kennels.

The staff are encouraged to let each dog out for free play at least twice a day & there is always a dog in each paddock throughout the day.

Dog Care

Welfare & Settling In

Comfort items from home allowed:

DAP Therapy used: DAP Therapy (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) used in Kennels

Comfort items We're proud to say we DO allow & encourage comfort items for dogs. We understand how important it is to help your dog relax and feel settled quickly, more at home with us. This is such an easy way to comfort your dog. After all, we all love our home comforts don't we?!


Our policy on comfort items:

Dog Welfare in Boarding Kennels

We encourage owners to bring a blanket or cover from home to go on the dogs bed so that it smells like home.

We also allow toys or favourite items to be brought in.


Diet

Will you feed the same diet as at home:

Comfort items We're proud to say we DO offer to feed your dog the same diet as at home.
We understand how important it is to help your dog settle in quickly and easily without any digestive problems that would be caused with a change of diet.

 

Will you feed special/prescription diets:

Will feed natural/organic diets:


Caring for Dogs

Care of Easy-going & Steady Dogs

If a dog wishes to have a steady amble while on his walk this is perfectly acceptable and if the dog wishes to return to the kennels he will be brought back.

Through the day dogs can choose whether to stay on their beds or be outside in their pens.

Dogs are not forced to be outside if they do not wish to do so.


Care of Active Dogs

Extended leads are used during walks with dogs and they are encouraged to run around whilst on their walk.

If their owners assure us they are trained to return to a command after a time in the kennels they will be taken under supervision on a free run across the field.


Care of Daycare/creche Dogs

Dogs are designated a particular kennnel where owners can leave their dog before the kennels are officially opened and can collect their dog after the kennels are officially closed.

We can either walk and feed the dogs before the owners return or leave them for their owners to walk and feed.

Special rates are given for long term regular day care.


Dogs with Special Needs

Separate, quiet section available:

About our care of special needs dogs:

Dog Welfare in Boarding Kennels

I have 30 years experience working with dogs and have attended a 2 year college course where I gained an H.N.D in Animal Managment we also learnt about giving various medications and how to care for dogs with special needs.

Age considerations:

Puppies

Senior Dogs

Elderly Dogs

We care for dogs with:

Allergies/ Allergenic

  Digestive Problems

Arthritis/ Arthritic

  Disabilities

Blindness

  Heart Disease

Convulsions/ Seizures/ Epilepsy

  Kidney Disease

Deafness

  Nervous/ Sensitive/ Separation anxiety

Diabetes/Diabetic

  Skin Problems

Services

Services for Dogs: Other Services:
Collect and return service Collect & Return, or Dog Chauffeur Service Pet Supplies
Professional grooming service Grooming Service (professional option, full bath & cut) Cattery (Cat Boarding)
Hydrotherapy Hydrotherapy Small Animals Boarding
Webcam service Webcam Service Stables
Webcam service Send updates while you're away  

2 Guests

Guests Gallery


7th Nov 2011


7th Nov 2011

This Was Fun!

Ben decided that he would shred his bed cover  when he was in bed. 


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5 News Articles

Latest News


28th Jan 2013

Lovely new grooming room coplete with posh bath!

We have beem very busy with builders lately. I managed to get a loan from the bank & have had a new DOG KITCHEN & GROOMING ROOM  built. this means the spare bedroom can go back to not having dog hair everywhere & the plughole in bath not  clogged up.I can also get my original kitchen back & have a spare room downstairs to make into a study /Tv room.


28th Jan 2013

Bailey Last Day Before Australia

We have been looking after one of our regular customers since just before Christmas. 

The Quarantine regulations changed just before his owners emigrated to Australia &  so Alison  asked us to look after Bailey &,make sure all his Blood Tests,Rabies Vaccinations, & all the other tests he would need, would be completed on time & correctly.,

This will ensure he would be able to enter & have the minimum stay in quarantine when he arrived.

It was a big responsibility but everything went smoothly & we saw Bailey off in his crate & emailed his owner to say he had set off.

She has told us he has arrived & has settled in his new kennels & is eating & all the staff are meking a big fuss of him .

I'm missing him already.

January 27 2013

We had some really sad news Just before Christmas Bailey was seriously ill & although the vets did everything they could he dad to be put to sleep to prevent further suffering


7th Mar 2012

DAY CARE

We have decided to open our doors earlier in a morning & stay open later in the evening for people who may need to leave their dogs with us whilst  they go to work.The local paper (the Selby Times) is running a feature for DAY CARE as apposed to Boarding I do'nt know if it will take off but will keep people up to date .


See all 5 news articles

2 Customer Testimonials

Customer Testimonials

Some of the things our customers love us for...

16th Aug 2016
Max Loves To Go For His Holiday
by Maureen Suffolk, west yorkshire

Max Loves To Go For His Holiday

Our Shi Tzu Max really enjoys staying at Fairview, in fact he does not want to know us once he see's Janet. It's a case of "you can go now and let me enjoy my holiday".

At home Max is always on his harness when out walking but here he can run and play all he wants.

He seems to know which kennel will be his and takes us there as soon as we arrive.

It's so nice to know that he is in safe hands and will be well looked after, so we can also enjoy our holidays without having any worries about him. Obviously we miss him and are glad to see him when we get home.

We can't thank Fairview enough for their care.


15th Mar 2009
Thank You!
by Daniella Martin, West Yorkshire

Thank You!

My Siberian Husky Genie stayed at Fairview for 12 days while myself and family went on holiday March 2009. I was very nervous about leaving her as it was her first time away from us (she is only 11 months old) and with her being a husky she needs an awful lot of attention!!. Janet and her husband who run fairview put my mind at ease immediately. I was able to look around the premises and see exactly where Genie was staying and they told me the daily routine for the dogs. When i picked her up i had missed her so much and she was over the moon to see me but i could also see she had been very happy at the kennels and the owners genually seem to care about the dogs rather than just seeing it as a business. i will be taking Genie to stay there again, next time we go away with no worries and would highly recommend any other dog owners to take their dogs there, lovely people.


Fees

Fees are per dog, per day (includes any tax)

Boarding Kennels Fees

10.00 for a Small Dog

11.00 for a Medium Dog

12.00 for a Large Dog

15.00 for a Giant Dog


Further Information

Current fees displayed are for 24 hours and include kennel, walks, feed, treats, water, exercise and lots of love...

Daily rates are by negotation and inlclude all of the above - without the sleep over!

Map, Directions, and Driving Distance & Time

Fairview Boarding Kennels Boarding Kennels,
Scalm Lane,Low Rest Park,, Sherburn In Elmet, North Yorkshire LS25 6HW

Directions

From Sherburn proceed down B1222 towards Cawood for approximately 4 miles

(past trading estate, Cumin Lounge(Indian restaurant), past R.Turn (Sherburn Aero Club)

TURN RIGHT AT CROSS ROADS (signed Selby) after 600 yds (before railway bridge)

TURN RiGHT DOWN SLOPE at bottom of slope make SHARP RIGHT TURN DOWN A DIRT TRACK BETWEEN FIELDS (telegraph poles on right )

FAIRVIEW KENNELS is first house on right.

The postcode is LS25 6HW

 

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Contact

Bookings, Queries & Appointments

Janet will be happy to discuss your queries about Fairview Boarding Kennels Boarding Kennels including bookings, availability, and making an appointment to visit.

Visit our website:

www.fairviewboardingkennels.co.uk

phonePhone Janet Fleming
on 01977 683195

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