The best possible service from Llanos de Rosa

FACILITIES: Include spacious patio areas for exercise. FACILITIES: Include spacious patio areas for exercise.

MANOLO and Mercedes at Llanos de Rosa Kennels would like to thank all their clients, old and new, for their custom.
In an aim to continue offering the best possible service to pet-owners planning to go away on holiday or needing a kennels for any other reason, the premises have been extended to offer new enclosures for pets which are like real miniature houses. The facilities include spacious patio areas to enable pets to get plenty of exercise and avoid them feeling cooped-up.
All types of dog, whether large or small, will find the kennels to be like a second home whether they come alone or as part of a family group.
Personalised attention means dogs and cats get the same menu they are used to at home, and those under veterinary treatment are given their medication at no extra cost.
As everything possible is done to ensure dogs and cats settle in and feel at home, we don’t mind animals bringing their beds, toys and treats with them, in fact we recommend and encourage this.
For cats, we have a special housing area where they can feel safe and comfortable.
Admission rules for new clients include presentation of veterinary documents with all vaccinations including kennel cough jabs up-to-date and correct anti-parasite treatment.
We also offer a dog training service with a trainer with English qualifications and 25 years of experience in the field.
Visits are very welcome, although we do request that you call us first on 629 448 073 to make an appointment to ensure we’re available to show you around.
Manolo speaks perfect English and is happy to deal with visits or respond to any queries you may have.
Our rates are extremely competitive, feel free to call us and ask for prices.

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  1. pauline brown

We have had a rather large puppy about 8-12 months old camp out in our driveway and have taken him in as he was starving, we are desperately trying to find a home for him but no luck so far, but he does need some training and we were wondering if...

We have had a rather large puppy about 8-12 months old camp out in our driveway and have taken him in as he was starving, we are desperately trying to find a home for him but no luck so far, but he does need some training and we were wondering if you do training? and if so the cost we have had him vaccinated, wormed and flea treatment but thought if he were to be trained he would stand a better chance of finding a home, he is docile, loves other dogs, people and children, any ideas please, glad of a reply if possible.

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