Dog Home Boarding
Boarding your dog with us at Hills Home Dog Boarding is a great alternative to kennels. For the duration of their stay, your dog becomes part of our family and will be treated exactly the same as our own boys. Cuddles on the sofa and playtime in our secure garden come as standard. Our aim is to provide your beloved pet with a home from home experience with the chance to interact and socialise with new friends so they can enjoy their holiday as much as you will.
Safe, Secure and Licensed Dog Boarding
Here at Hills Home Dog Boarding, our first thought is the welfare of your dog. We’re not just dedicated dog owners; we offer professional service with high standards of welfare. We are inspected and approved by Sandwell Borough Council annually to certify we offer a safe and suitable environment for your dog. We also have specialist insurance the covers the services we provide. We’ll be happy to show you our boarding licence and insurance documents.
We are located in Oldbury, just 1 mile from Junction 2 of the M5, with excellent road links between Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Dudley and the rest of the West Midlands conurbation.
Dog Boarding Prices
Boarding costs £24.00 per dog per night (24 hours).
We do ask that you bring your dog’s own food to avoid any digestive upsets. Whilst our preferred drop off/collection times are between 9am and 5pm, we do understand that travel plans can change and aim to be as flexible as possible.
Free Meet & Greet
We always insist on a Meet & Greet prior to any booking being confirmed to ensure that your dog gets on with our boys and you are happy and comfortable with the service we provide. This service is free, find out more here.
Keeping You Updated
We know that leaving your dog with someone else is always a worry even when they are in the best of hands. That’s why we’ll keep you updated on how your dog is doing during their stay – we’ll even send pictures so you can relax and enjoy your holiday knowing your dog is having fun too.
Please note: We generally specialise in small to medium sized dogs with the exception of any of the bull breeds, as unfortunately our own dogs tend not get on with these breeds. Larger breeds will be considered on a case by case basis.