Links for our clients
www.animalsearchuk.co.uk The UKs largest missing pet organisation and free database
www.woburn.co.uk Woburn Safari Park
liveinfrance.co.uk Veterinary advice and help if living in France
www.happydogtraining.co.uk Happy Dog Training and Grooming Centre in Clapham
www.dogsunderstood.com Canine Behaviourist and Pet Nutrition Advisor
vetspecialists.co.uk Small Animal Veterinary Referral Centre (Higham Gobion, Nr Barton Le Clay)
www.bluecross.org.uk Pet bereavement support
www.bluecross.org.uk Pet memorials
www.thecatswhiskers.net Luxury Feline Holiday Retreat in Wilstead, beds
www.aleopetproducts.co.uk Environmentally friendly pet homes, designed by you, loved by your pet.
www.cwa.ac.uk The College of West Anglia (Veterinary Nurse training course provider)
www.petplan.co.uk Pet Plan Insurance
www.rcvs.org.uk The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
www.bvna.org.uk The British Veterinary Nursing Association
www.the-kennel-club.org.uk The Kennel Club
www.woodgreen.org.uk Wood Green Animal Shelter, Huntingdon
www.hularescue.org HULA Animal Rescue
www.defra.gov.uk Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs [Pet travel scheme]
www.vmd.defra.gov.uk Veterinary Medicines Directorate (once you have searched for the product click on ‘SPC’ for current data)
www.bnf.nice.org.uk/drug/ NICE A to Z of Drugs (for our clients to research data sheets for any cascade products)
We’ve been providing care and holiday accommodation for your amazing dogs and cats for the past 40 years. It’s now time for us to move on to pastures new. It’s with a heavy heart that we’ve taken the decision to close Daisy Bank Kennels & Cattery from 12th November 2017.
Rachel and Stacey will continue with the grooming side of our business and details will be provided at your next grooming appointment.
I wish to thank my staff for their support and dedication to the welfare of our boarding cats and dogs, also for their grooming skills of the very highest standard.
A big thank you must go to Scott Veterinary Clinic -particularly Tally Clift and of course Alex Scott, Brian Cox and Martin Hosegood, who have been responsible for the clinical care of our much loved canine and feline guests over the years.
Finally, the greatest thank you goes to the late Michael Peacock who encouraged me to open a Boarding Kennel and Cattery and for his support from the start. I owe him so much.
It’s been an absolute pleasure looking after all our wonderful clients and their furry families for so many years and we shall genuinely miss you all.