K9 Campers dog boarding

Are you worried where your dog will stay whilst you are away?

Do you feel you can't keep relying on friends and family?

As a K9 adventurer why not take advantage of K9 Campers your dog will join in with the daily K9 adventures then relax in the sunshine or curl up in front of the fire at our home.

"Fantastic, friendly and homely. Our miniature schnauzer Boris loves going to Michelle’s. Boris’s second home and mummy. "

A bit about K9 Campers dog boarding

If you are planning on being away for any length of time, we would be delighted to include your dog into the comfort of our home. They will live as if they are one of our own.

Although we are happy to accept all dogs, everyone that does stay must be non-aggressive, house trained and friendly with dogs and people.

Dogs will only be considered for home boarding after a meet and greet and when they are booked into at least one walk per week and a one overnight trial will also be required. This ensures we maintain a great relationship with them all year round and we become like a second home. Usual charges apply for these walks.

Due to new DEFRA legislation and Waverly Licensing rules: Checkout by 7am will not incur that day's charges. After 7am standard boarding charges will apply.


 Monday - FridaySaturday - Sunday *Bank Holidays *
Single Dog£30£35Double rate
Per Additional dog (same household)£25£25£25
Night Rate Drop off after 3.30pm£15£20Double rate
Per Additional dog (same household)£12£12£12

*For bookings of 5 consecutive days or more, the weekend and Bank Holiday rate does not apply.
Boarding is charged per day and a day begins from 7:00am.  For example, a booking that starts on the 5th and ends on the 12th is considered 8 days.  You may drop off and collect your dog at an agreed time.
The minimum charge for Home Boarding is the full rate for 2 days.
Night rate starts  from 3.30pm until 7am  must be accompanied by the full rate for 2 days full boarding

We will visit your furry (or feathered) friend 

Dog Walking Adventures

Outdoor adventures for active, social dogs