Top Dog Home Boarding
London Borough of Bexley Licence: 17/03104/ABE
What is Dog Home Boarding?
Dog Home Boarding is when your dog goes to stay in someone else’s home, where your dog lives as part of the family with their own bed, food, toys and enjoys all the comforts of a home while you enjoy well deserved break, relax with your family, business trip, work all day or decorating your house.
Top Dog Home Boarding have been looking after and training dogs for nearly 10 years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. We welcome all sizes, ages and most of the breeds (excluding band breeds) to our family home, where your dog will be looked after and treated like one of our own.
We must meet all the dogs in our house before their stay. That way, your little or big one, can have a chance to get to know the house, our dogs and me, so when they come back for their stay - they feel more relaxed and less stressed.
In the mean time, we can have a chat with mummy and daddy to get some information about their four legged baby and also ask questions about what and how we do it.
All dogs must complete a pre-stay meeting, so you and I are happy with the dog staying in my family home. All registration forms must be completed & sent back to us ASAP to make sure we have all information required by government.
Any information not provided or consent forms not signed may result in cancelling the stay
All dogs stay downstairs in open plan living room where we spend most of our time. Dogs love routine and our job is to provide as close to that routine as possible.
Every dog is different,
Some, sleep in the crate as they do at home. Some, sleep in their bed and some on the sofa, some on the floor
Sometimes, for some dogs, first couple nights can be a little bit stressful as they have to sleep in a new place and left in the dark might cry or bark. To prevent stressful night, one of us sleep downstairs to keep them company and if we can see dog will be little stressed, we ask mummy or daddy to provide item of clothing, so dog can relax by having home smell.
Our day starts early (7am) with toilet run in the garden, following by breakfast where they all eat in the kitchen supervised by me and Lexi to make sure dogs don’t try to eat each others food, as it can upset their tummies. Then, we go out for a nice long walk with friends.
We use our local park located 3minute walk from our house. Nice big field surrounded by woodland, where dogs nose enjoys million different smells, or chase a ball on the field. We love playing with our dogs while we out, just to make walks more fun. Training is also useful while on the walk, so we have a little practice.
Depending on the weather that day and how much energy dogs have, we stay outside while dogs get nice and tired. When home, everyone chooses a spot in the house where they will spend sleeping for a very long time.
Then is time for walk around a block,dinner and relax for the evening and night.
We do not take:
Any agressive behaviour showing dogs (fear, dominance)
All male dogs must be neutered after 6 months to prevent marlin/scenting their territory in my family home (depending on dog breed size)
Girl must be spayed
Monday - Friday 7am- 8pm
Saturday - Sunday 9am- 8pm
Over night stay: £25 per night
Day Care: £22 per day
If you bring your dog example: Monday morning - Tuesday night you will be charged 1 day & 1 night.
If your flight is early in the morning, we ask owners to bring dogs night before, so they don't have to rush around in the morning and still think about the dog.
If your flight is late, pick them up the next day.
As everyone have neighbours, we must make sure we respect them and our dogs do not wake the street up with barking late at night.
Spaces are very limited so book well in advance as regular customers book year ahead.