New Website Launch!

Here at PetStay HQ we have been working away for the past few months upgrading the PetStay website. PetStay’s Managing Director, Carole Davy says, “After many months of meetings, creativity and ideas flying about we are happy to announce the launch of our new website. We wanted to make sure we designed it with our…

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Franchise of the Year

We are so pleased to annouce that we have been chosen as Franchise Business of the Year by The Good Vet & Pet Guide. Sponsored by leading raw food manufacturer Natural Instinct, the award is presented to the business with the highest number of 5 Star user reviews received from pet owners on The Good…

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Rehoming a Rescue Dog: An all-encompassing guide

REHOMING A RESCUE DOG: AN ALL-ENCOMPASSING GUIDE Sad dogs It’s estimated that in 2015, there were roughly 8.5 million dogs in the UK. Whilst the vast majority of these dogs are much-loved members of their families, it is a sobering fact that thousands of dogs find themselves in dog pounds and rescue centres each year.…

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We have been nominated for Franchisor of the Year!

PetStay offer a franchise that enables you to work from your own home office, which fits in with the family and school runs. Click here to vote now! (Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the Mum and Working page in order to fill out the vote!) PetStay has been established since 2005…

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Things to consider when searching for a Home Dog Boarder

Finding the right home boarder for your dog! “You wouldn’t leave your child with an unlicensed nanny, so why would it be okay to leave your dog with an unlicensed dog boarder” We wanted to talk to you about what you should be looking for from a Home Dog Boarding service. All too often you…

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What Is Your Dog Trying to Tell You?

Dog Behaviours Explained
In order to really understand what your dog is trying to tell you, it’s important to observe their body language and listen to the noises they make. We found this lovely picture at Sainsbury’s Bank explaining some behaviour you may have seen your dog displaying!