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Wagging Tails – Sunny Montague

Muddy says: Woof! Happy dogs make happy owners. Wagging Tails is an award-winning home boarding service for your best fried to enjoy fun bow-wow break.

Wagging Tails Dog home hoarding ≠ labrador in a field

Your fur babies are family, so you become super-picky about where they’ll holiday. Wagging Tails is an award-winning home-from-home alternative to kennels.

Sunny Montague and her springer Pickles, run the SL Branch of Wagging Tails covering Maidenhead, Windsor, Ascot, Slough and Marlow. The service is designed to give you total peace of mind knowing your dogs are safe and happy while you’re away.

Sunny has a team of dog-loving carers who are experienced with different breeds. All the carers have been fully vetted – with Council licences where necessary and are fully insured – to provide home dog boarding to owners in the SL postcode.

Knowing each dog is unique, Sunny matches your bestie with the most suitable carers, with them having to pass the all-important sniff test beforehand. Wagging Tails wants every dog to have a stress-free bow-wow break.

Once a carer is hooked up with your dog, the aim is to place them with the same person for subsequent holidays. In fact, many owners say their dogs have dragged them to the carer’s door knowing exactly where they are and that it’s holiday time! Cuddles, walk, treats and chilling with all home comforts, the worry is they might not want to leave.

If you live in the SL area, have experience of owning a dog, and would like to become a carer, get in touch with Sunny. The demand for Wagging Tails is huge and she would love to hear from anyone who is interested in joining the SL Wagging Tails team.

 

 

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