Useful Links and Information

Boarding and the law

It is a criminal offence not to have a license, this should be shown to you when you visit the boarder’s home prior to booking. They are a few fake licences around if you are in doubt please ring your local Council to ask if the premises are licensed. Licensed home boarders must have insurance and meet numerous safety requirements and stipulations as part of their licensing conditions.

Do you know, you don't need any qualification or training to call yourself a dog trainer or behaviourist?? Scary isn't it? The government is planning to modernise the animal licensing in all sectors but until then, please ask for accreditation or better still find who you are looking for from one of the leading groups.
The Kennel Club -
Pet Professional Guild -
True dog trainers never stop learning and never stop building up their repertoire of qualifications. (and love showing them off)!

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