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Wagging Tails Cheltenham - Dog Home Boarding

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Postal Address: The Coach House, Uckington, Cheltenham, GL51 9SR, united-kingdom

Phone: 01242 681 488

Animal Type

Animals Treated


Apartment, Building, Floor
Pigeon Farm Barns
The Green
Post Code
United Kingdom


DBS (CRB) Checked

Home From Home dog Holiday Care

An alternative to traditional kennels in the GL postcode area.

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All of their carers are licensed by their local Council to comply with the Animal Boarding Establishments Act 1963 and are fully insured through Wagging Tails Pet Business Insurance.  

So you can go away safe in the knowledge that your dogs are being loved and cared for and are enjoying a holiday of their own, full of love, exercise and those all important cuddles!  


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Wagging Tails Cheltenham offers holiday homes for dogs  they cover the entire GL postcode area.


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Canine First Aid trained - successfully completed the Animal Aiders Dog First Aid Training Course • Diploma from The Academy of Dog Training and Behaviour having undertaken and passed their 'Understanding What Makes Dogs Tick' course.


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How it Works

Your dog will be matched with the most suitable carer and you will be invited to a 'sniffing out meeting' at the carer's home before your dog's holiday stay, giving you peace of mind and reassurance that your best friend will have a great dog holiday!

All Wagging Tails carers are home based. As they never mix dogs from other families, you know that your beloved pooch will always receive plenty of attention and, most importantly, live as part of a loving family.




The calibre of their carers and the dedication to giving your dogs a stress free stay makes Wagging Tails the ideal holiday home for all dogs including rescue dogs, puppies and elderly dogs. This is why vets, trainers and groomers not only use Wagging Tails for their own dogs but also recommend them to their clients.

To find out more please contact Alexis Bennett on: 01242 681 488 • 07900 817 504




Dog carers wanted to give dogs a home based holiday!

Being a Wagging Tails carer is very rewarding and allows you to enjoy the company of dogs without the full time commitment of ownership.


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If you have experience of owning a dog, but now find yourself without any pets, providing a loving home by becoming a Wagging Tails carer can be both a fun and rewarding time for you and the dogs in your care. Alternatively, perhaps you own one dog who would enjoy the company of a holiday guest!

If you are at home all day, have no children under the age of six, have no more than one dog of your own and would like to enjoy the companionship of guest dogs, please contact Alexis Bennett on: 01242 681 488 • 07900 817 504


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