Dog Owners Important Notice. Please Read the Following.







Canine or kennel cough, is a contagious airborne viral and/or bacterial infection that can
affect dogs wherever they come together in numbers of two or more, ie at training classes,
dog shows, kennels or vets waiting rooms. Canine cough is rarely harmful to dogs, the
symptoms and duration of the infection being similar to the common cold in humans.

Vaccinations to protect against canine cough are available, but their effectiveness in each animal can vary.

Clients concerned about the above, are advised to consult their vetinary surgeon for further advice.

By placing dogs in kennels owners must accept the risk of exposure to canine cough infection.

While every effort is taken to care for the health and welfare of pets left with us, we can accept
no responsibility for the possible exposure of dogs to canine cough infection. Insurance cover
is not provided for the treatment ect, for any such infection.
Due to the current prevalence of canine cough, it is now compulsary for all dogs boarded with us,
to be vaccinated, before their boarding booking begins.


CUSTOMERS MUST HAVE THE VACCINE ADMINISTERED
AT LEAST TEN DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL AT THE KENNELS.

J. Wright
Proprietor.