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Seale Pastures Farm

Seale Pastures Farm & Boarding Kennels/Burton Rd, Swadlincote DE12 8AP, UK – 01283 760770

Went to view the kennels with a view to boarding for the first time two of our dogs. Lovely staff and clean kennels, I know the girls will be looked after and I felt secure in this knowledge that I booked them in straight away. I wouldn’t hesitate to book, but hurry up it was getting busy even when we were there. The kennels were large enough for both girls to stay together and what I liked was the owners lived on site - that made me feel better. There is a huge field for them to have a run and they can take their own bed and blanket. The girls will enjoy their holiday as much as we will.

Fantastic place very caring our dog always loves to go for her holiday. She comes back with a new lease of life.

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