Puppies to Advanced Obedience, Heelwork, Gundog Classes and Agility.
Behavioural Advice and more
Increasingly busy lifestyles mean it is not always possible to provide your dog with adequate companionship and interaction with other dogs. Day care is available for full days, half days or on a hourly basis designed to be flexible and fit in around you. Dogs in our care are fed, walked and cared for as our own allowing you peace of mind.
Depending on your requirements we can collect your dog from your home, a specified collection point or you can drop them off at Central Bark. Throughout the day the your dog is free to make themselves at home, and can choose to rest or play in our quiet 'snooze' areas or busy 'playground' and will be fully supervised at all times.
At Central Bark we recognise that dogs are individuals and their time with us will be structured to suit them. Whether your golden oldie just wants a comfy bed and companionship or your hyperactive puppy needs a bit of training we are here to help.
Special diets, exercise plans, training and medication are also catered for at no extra cost. As we are surrounded by beautiful countryside we have no problem providing physically and mentally stimulating exercise for your dog throughout the course of their stay.
From a quick bath to the full works! We even have a self service dog wash!
If the unthinkable happens and you pet is lost or stolen the unique number in the chip will allow a vet, rescue centre or dog warden to identify your pet and reunite them with you. The chip is valid abroad and if you intend to travel with your pet you must have them micro chipped in order to comply with regulations.
At Central Bark we offer a small range of training products, toys, treats and food at very competitive prices. We believe that the best diet comprises of good quality, natural products with ...
Central Bark UNIT B3, Whitehouse Farm, Stannington Northumberland Morpeth Northumberland NE61 6AW
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