Heading off for a break and needing dog boarding near Little Bay, look no further than a near neighbor, Paws Inn at Botany Bay. Close to surf and sand at Foreshore Beach and the bush walks at Sir Joseph Bank Park, it’s the right choice for all dogs. Owners of larger, more active dogs welcome John’s hour long walks through bush land and onto the beach. For older, and sometimes the smaller dogs, Jackie has the “pensioner’s walk” with plenty of interest and just as many smells.
Dog boarding Little Bay has plenty of fun time back at the Inn. The backyard has it’s own trees for shade and sniffs and a cabin where John and resting dogs can look out on those still playing in the garden. The Paws Inn dog boarding “motel room” offers a quiet rest space for those wanting a little peace from their new found friends.
When dog boarding at Paws Inn, feeding times and amounts are carefully followed with every dog allowed to eat separately without any interference from hungry mates. They do all like to check each other’s bowl afterward though.
As a smaller, family business, there’s time for personal attention for those dogs needing medication and special care. With no kennels or cages at Paws Inn, and the owner living on the premises, there’s plenty of nighttime cuddles, on the sofa (if allowed) with John to watch TV together.
Doggy Day Care Little Bay
If you’re looking for doggy day care so your dog can learn how to socialise with others while in a home environment, then Paws Inn at Botany Bay is the place. All new customers come for an introduction so they can feel comfortable before starting their doggy day care school. They learn how to go for walks together and come back “home” to play together. Paws Inn has helped a number of rescue dogs learn how to regain their confidence through the loving atmosphere of a smaller, family company.
With owner, John, living at Paws Inn, drop off and pick up times are flexible. Both John and Jackie, a retired news journalist, know the pressures of working dog owners.