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Your pet in good hands with Eurodog

By Thursday, 02 October 2014 13:07 0

WHEN you are out of town and your pets need care, there is only one place where you can have peace of mind.

Eurodog, with more than nine years experience in southern Spain, is a caring pet boarding service on the Costa del Sol where pets are not only looked after, but they enjoy the amazing facilities designed for them.

Alan White, Eurodog owner, said: “We care for pets as if they were our own. And not only do we look after dogs and cats of all sizes, but we can take care of other smaller pets such as rabbits or guinea pigs as well. Customers are very happy about this extra service, since they can have all their pet care under one roof.

Asked about the type of service they offer, Alan White explained: “Our premises house the largest kennels available in the area, 6,000 sq ft in total.

“They have been completely refurbished to a very high standard and include two big yards where dogs go out up to four times a day. In addition to that, our dedicated team is delighted to give all pets the affection, supervision and playtime they require.

“We even play music for them most of the day so that customers’ pets constantly feel the company and care around them.

With Alan and his family living on site and a vet on call 24 hours a day, customers can be reassured their pets are receiving the care they need in their absence. “We welcome customers calls and e-mails any time,” Alan White said.

Eurodog fees are competitive, starting at €12 per night per pet or €20 per night for two pets sharing a kennel. A pet collection and delivery service may be possible if arranged in advance.

At Eurodog, clients can also avail of a storage or caravan park service, very popular with holidaymakers.

For more details, please call (+34) 679 786 669 or e-mail [email protected]

Eurodog Rincon del Hinojal 23 and 24 Cortijo de la Torre

29649 Mijas Costa

www.eurodog.es

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