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Kingscote Kennels & Cattery

*****Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak and lots of our lovely clients having to cancel their holidays we are reducing our cancellation fee from 50% down to 25% for the time being. we have looked at other kennels rates and they are asking full price so we  are keeping it fair for all our lovely customers, we are still running like normal and grooming is still going ahead and we hope to see you all soon :) *****

My name is Lindsay Williams and I would like to welcome you to Kingscote Kennels & Cattery. We are situated in a beautiful area of rural West Sussex with grounds of 5.5 acres and are surrounded by woodland, with attractive views across the North Downs. There are good links to all major roads ( M23/M25/ A272 ), with Gatwick Airport just 15 minutes away.

I acquired Kingscote Kennels and Cattery in the spring of 2008 and together with my staff look forward to offering a relaxed, secure and caring environment for your pets. I have been working with dogs and cats for over 30 years and have been running boarding kennels and catteries for almost half that time.  As well as training my own and other peoples dogs I am also an experienced canine hydrotherapist and groomer.

I live on site with my three labradors, Parr, Gaia and pi. Please use the links above to browse the site and see for yourself how Kingscote can provide a place for your dogs and cats which meets their needs and allows them to enjoy their holiday whilst you enjoy yours. Feel free to call and arrange a visit to meet us all, see the facilities and discuss your pet’s requirements.

Dogs

One of our guests having a romp on the grass during play time. We feel that free running gives more relaxation than conventional on lead walks.

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Cats

Spot coming out to say hello and have a fuss, staff love handling the cats so they get the attention that they are used to.

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Grooming

All styles of grooming can be catered for. We specialise in difficult dogs and acclimatising those who are unused to being handled.

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