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Quakers Hill offer cat boarding services however no dog boarding at this time. We are happy to recommend some reputable establishments we know will look after your pets.

Before booking any boarding please check their vaccination records to make sure they have been vaccinated within the past 12 months. It is important that your dog is covered for Kennel Cough (called a C5) whilst a cat needs to be at least protected against the feline flu viruses (F3, F4, F5 or F6). If your pet is due for a booster vaccination make sure this is done well ahead of the boarding period.

See below for some of our recommended local boarding facilities.

Local Boarding Facilities

When choosing a boarding facility, there are a number of factors to consider, such as:

  • How big are individual kennels?
  • Is there any natural light?
  • Will your pet have access to a run during the day?
  • How many kennels are there in the complex? Fewer kennels may mean a quieter, calmer stay.
  • Do the kennels smell bad? If so, this can indicate poor hygiene or ventilation problems.
  • Are the staff/owners welcoming, friendly and polite?
  • Did they require proof of vaccination? Vaccination is a legal requirement to help prevent the spread of disease.
  • Are there signs of overbooking or overcrowding?
  • Do they provide food or can you provide your own pet’s specific diet?
  • Can they medicate dogs if required?
  • Which veterinarian do they use in an emergency?

You will need to inform the boarding facility of any health problems your pet may have had or is prone to. If medication is to be administered you should let them know at time of booking. Write down the dose, frequency and name of medication. If on long term medication, please ensure you bring along extra just in case.  Please provide the boarding facility with our details in the event that your pet needs veterinary attention in your absence.

An ideal boarding facility for your pet has a relaxed, calm atmosphere, created by having fewer kennels/animals, a design that minimises stress and allows maintenance of a high standard of hygiene.

Contact List for Boarding Kennels and Catteries.

Quakers Hill Veterinary Hospital Cattery

Cats Only

138 Burdekin Rd, Quakers Hill
(02) 9626 9561

Calabash Kennels & Cattery

Cats and Dogs
27 Calabash Rd
9655 1624

Acacia Lodge Boarding Kennels

Sydney Pet Resort

Dogs Only
300 Reynolds Rd
0422 647754
Daycare, grooming & boarding

Meadow Mist

Cats and Dogs
59 Dromana Rd
Marsden Park
9627 2395

Pet Resorts Australia

425 Galston Rd
9561 1747

Aristocat Boarding Cattery

Cats Only
174 Annangrove Rd
9654 1041

Glenhaven Cattery

Cats Only
156 Glenhaven Rd
9899 5884

Puss & Boots

Cats Only
664 Old Northern Rd
9651 1401

Sleepy Haven Cattery

159 Annangrove Rd
9654 1448

An attractive alternative to boarding kennels is Pet Sitting Services. Not only does it allow your pet(s) to stay in its familiar safe home environment, it gives security as mail is collected, bins are put out and people are seen entering & leaving your premises. A local qualified veterinary nurse runs such a service. Her contact is: Julie McGlinn  0411 669462