Shadow and Aussie Gibbs would stay no where else! They are part of the Pets2Us family. I get regular text updates on the girls and their progress and feel absolutely assured that they are being looked after as well as if they were with us. We go away for up to 6 weeks at a time and ..Read More..
Debbie, Trevor and the wonderful kennel maids have been looking after our Australian Terriers, Peaches and Toffee for a few years now. We have watched the kennels go from strength to strength. What impresses us most? …Read More…
We were due to pick up our new dog Jazz, but were really anxious as we had a couple of pre-arranged overseas trips. We were very concerned about putting our new young puppy in another new environment so early on in us getting her. Pet 2 us offered her (us) a trial day to see how she would cope/fit in. This was really important to us …Read More…
Our black lab Dijay has been a regular visitor at Pets 2 Us for the last year and a half. We call it ‘Hotel for Dogs’ and he gets beside himself with excitement when we are leaving the house & signing in. Dijay comes home happy, healthy and dog tired. The Staff love having Dijay and welcome ..Read More..
I adopted Heidi from the SPCA when she was a tiny kitten, and she started going to Pet 2 Us when she was approx. 6 months old. However, she has never really appreciated the wonderful facilities at Pet 2 Us. I was so impressed I told all my friends it was like a kittens preschool ..Read More..
Oscar & Meg are always happy to spend time at Pet2us, keen to get out of the car to get the initial meet and greet over and done with (lots of barking!). And always pleasing to see Oscar & Meg relaxed & happy when it’s time to go home. I can certainly recommend Pet2us to look after anyones pets in a safe, clean ..Read More..
Debbie, Trevor and their very friendly staff have been caring for our cats and dog since they took over ownership of Underdown cattery and more latterly Pets 2 Us and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to any ..Read More..
Amos spent some months living on the streets in our area. At some stage he found that he could get under our house via the open service hatch, and each evening we would hear him arrive for a night’s sleep. ‘Dog’ was so wary that if we made eye-contact he was away to the street. How did he find food all those months? ..Read More..