PetStay Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside & South Northumberland Branch
Hi, my name is Linda and I am very happy to bring the first branch of PetStay to the north east of England. PetStay are a national home boarding service that provide a loving and caring alternative to kennels for when you are away on holiday or business.
I live in North Shields with my husband, Mel, our daughter, Andrea, and our much loved Weimaraner, Tess. We’ve had Tess since she was 8 weeks old and after many tears and tantrums she finally has us trained exactly the way she wants. Or at least that’s how it feels!!! I decided to set up a PetStay branch as I know that I could never put Tess into kennels when I am away, it would be far too traumatic and distressing for her. I know that many dog owners feel the same way and PetStay offers the perfect alternative – bespoke home boarding for family dogs.
Why Choose PetStay Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside & South Northumberland
PetStay Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside and South Northumberland covers the whole of Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside and South Northumberland as far as Morpeth (postcodes up to and including NE65). We offer a home from home for your beloved dog or dogs, so that while you’re away, you can rest assured that your dog is being well cared for and is enjoying their own holiday. You can tailor make your dog’s stay with PetStay, meaning we can follow the routines you already have in place, including sleeping, feeding, exercise and anything else that your dog needs. As your dog will be staying in one of our carer’s homes, they will get lots of love and attention and will be treated as one of the family, which is important for your dog and for your peace of mind.
My host families
I have handpicked all of my carers, ensuring that I only employ the best. All carers are personally checked by me, comply with the latest regulations as set by DEFRA and are fully insured, Without exception, they are all experienced dog owners and they all love dogs! Some of my carers have their own friendly dog, some do not, but will have owned dogs in the past. You can choose whether to board your dog alone or with a carer who already has a dog. A meeting would be set up to give you and your dog the opportunity to meet the carer and see your dog’s holiday home beforehand. We never board dogs from different families together, so the only dogs in the home would be your own and the carer’s dog, if you have chosen to board with a dog owning carer.