Meadohill Dog Day CareMeadowhill Dog Day Care in Midlothian countryside, just south of Edinburgh. Where every dog has its day... every day. If you need to be out some days, it?s reassuring to know you can leave your dog for the day under the careful supervision of our experienced staff. Meadowhill Dog Day Care is a sociable and educational experience for dogs of all ages. They?ll play. They?ll explore. They?ll make new friends. Best of all, they won?t be sitting at home pining for you (or gnawing your furniture). We offer tail-wagging fun for your dog and peace of mind for you. If you?re busy we can even arrange a pooch pick up from home, and return him or her afterwards. What makes us different is the personal care and attention your dog will receive. We look after a maximum of 14 dogs each day. The dog day centre is owned by a vet, and is run by people who love animals. It?s like summer camp for dogs - all year round... Whatever mood your dog is in, at Meadowhill we have a setting to suit! The Patio is for exploration! With a Wendy house, large toys and interesting potted plants, there are plenty of opportunities for enthusiastic sniffing? The Trail is designed for an exhilarating, clean run in all weathers. Carefree roaming, with an interesting variety of scented plants along the way. The Park is great for chasing bouncy toys. The adventure play area with cabins, tractor tyres, logs and sand pit provides excellent opportunities for safely jumping, digging and climbing. The Den has a sofa and comfortable beds, where tired guests can relax and watch a DVD, listen to a CD or play with a state-of-the-art activity toy. The sensory garden is for touching, hearing, seeing, smelling ? and sunbathing. At Meadowhill Dog Day Care you can be assured of excellent care for your dog at surprisingly affordable prices - from some of the most dedicated people in the field. Fully licensed and insured Police checked & Disclosure certified All dogs at ...
2 Brewer''s Bush, Cockpen Road
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