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Lumphanan Pet Hotel

For the professional care of your loved dog we have a selection of 10 self-contained suites of a very modern design opened in 2010.

At our secluded and secure premises, your dog can be assured of exceptional individual care and attention. With fully alarmed accommodation, inside and out, as well as 24hr CCTV covering the premises we have lots of very happy clients who return time after time.

Our aim is to provide a happy and stress-free environment, with diet and attention to suit so you can leave your much-loved pet with complete peace of mind.

Regarding availability, this is what we have left this year (as of 5th August);
Availability for the rest of 2022;
1st November – 20th December
2 kennels available over the New Year - Kennel Software

Our dog suites have light bedrooms with full-height, solid-built walls (not panels) with glass doors and attached exercise rooms.

This creates a quiet, calm, balanced environment that is secure and full of natural light.

At Lumphanan Pet Hotel our aim is to recreate a comfortable home environment to help your dog settle quickly and enjoy their surroundings.

Each dog, or ‘family’ of dogs, is walked individually twice a day for 20 – 40 minutes in the surrounding countryside, depending on the needs of your dog.

Plus there is  “human” time between walks where they are again out of the kennel and participating in a selection of activities suited to your dog, such as cuddles, grooming or ball time in the exercise area.

About Lumphanan Pet Hotel

Jo, the owner and manager, is a passionate dog lover who has kept, and previously, competed working gundogs, collies and terriers her whole life.
She had the idea to build the pet hotel in 2006 to bring dog boarding into the 21st century after being unable to find somewhere to leave her own dogs. So planned, funded and project managed Lumphanan Pet Hotel from start to finish, opening in April 2010.
She has previously worked in farming with dairy cattle, commercial sheep, race and hunt horses. From this background, Jo progressed to land management, the service industry and hospitality for Scottish estates.
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