boarding schools – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 23:30:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png boarding schools – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Wealden Council issues warning to pet owners ahead of Christmas https://klavlav.org/wealden-council-issues-warning-to-pet-owners-ahead-of-christmas/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/wealden-council-issues-warning-to-pet-owners-ahead-of-christmas/ [ad_1] A warning has been issued by a tip to pet owners urging them to be careful when booking a cattery or kennel. Wealden District Council is asking pet owners to check the pet license registry before making a reservation, especially around Christmas. Only boarding schools for authorized animals are listed. Pet owners are cautioned […]]]>


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A warning has been issued by a tip to pet owners urging them to be careful when booking a cattery or kennel.

Wealden District Council is asking pet owners to check the pet license registry before making a reservation, especially around Christmas.

Only boarding schools for authorized animals are listed. Pet owners are cautioned not to use a business if they cannot see their contact details on this web page.

Each cattery, kennel and home boarder should have a license posted on their premises and their license number on their website.

If a business does not have a license, it can mean that its insurance is invalid.

Councilor Philip Lunn, portfolio holder of public health and community safety on the council, said, “Pet owners, be careful when booking a vacation for your beloved pet.

“Make sure the establishment is accredited and choose the highest number of stars. We want you and your pet to have a Merry Christmas. ”

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Warning to pet owners regarding the use of catteries, kennels or boarders at home at Christmas https://klavlav.org/warning-to-pet-owners-regarding-the-use-of-catteries-kennels-or-boarders-at-home-at-christmas/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 15:55:34 +0000 https://klavlav.org/warning-to-pet-owners-regarding-the-use-of-catteries-kennels-or-boarders-at-home-at-christmas/ A warning has been issued by Wealden District Council It is up to pet owners to urge them to be careful when booking a cattery, kennel, or home boarder. Pet owners are urged to check the pet license register before making a reservation, particularly in the run up to Christmas. Only boarding schools for authorized […]]]>

A warning has been issued by Wealden District Council

It is up to pet owners to urge them to be careful when booking a cattery, kennel, or home boarder. Pet owners are urged to check the pet license register before making a reservation, particularly in the run up to Christmas.

Only boarding schools for authorized animals are listed. Pet owners are cautioned not to use a business if they cannot see their contact details on this web page.

Each cattery, kennel and home boarder should have a license posted on their premises and their license number on their website. If a business does not have a license, it can mean that its insurance is invalid.

Wealden District Council awards stars to businesses that ship animals. Five stars means the highest animal welfare standards; a star is the lowest that can be allowed. https://www.wealden.gov.uk/licences-and-registers/licensing/animal-licensing/animal-licensing-register/ displays the number of stars.

Councilor Philip Lunn, the public health and community safety portfolio holder on the council, said, “Pet owners, please be careful when booking a vacation for your beloved pet.” Make sure the establishment is licensed and choose the highest stars. We want you and your pet to have a Merry Christmas.

Anyone with concerns can send an email to licensing@rother.gov.uk

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Leave? Plan for your pets https://klavlav.org/leave-plan-for-your-pets/ Tue, 07 Dec 2021 06:46:52 +0000 https://klavlav.org/leave-plan-for-your-pets/ Now is the time of the year when families will go on vacation to relax. As pet owners, you are probably wondering where you will keep your pet while you are away. The Boksburg SPCA has provided a guide to help pet owners plan for their pets during the holiday season. What are your options? […]]]>

Now is the time of the year when families will go on vacation to relax. As pet owners, you are probably wondering where you will keep your pet while you are away.

The Boksburg SPCA has provided a guide to help pet owners plan for their pets during the holiday season.

What are your options? • Take your pet to a kennel / cattery • Take your pet with you (not recommended) • Use a pet sitter • Use an in-home pet sitting service

Pension kennel / cattery Is your pet’s vaccination up to date? Reputable boarding schools require proof of this and your pet’s vaccination certificates must be dated at least two weeks before your pets are admitted. A well-managed and reputable kennel is normally a safe way to house your pets while you are away. It also means that your pets are not alone due to the activity around them. Disadvantages of Residential Schools / Catteries Your pet is far from his home environment and may be stressed or depressed because you are no longer there either. Even if your pet has been vaccinated, he could still contract a disease such as kennel cough for which there is no vaccination.

Take your pet on vacation with you Does your pet have a new temporary ID disc with your contact details and do you have enough tranquilizers for the trip? Do you have a cool place in the vehicle (not the trunk) where your pet can lie down? Remember to never leave your pet inside the vehicle in hot or hot weather, even if it is parked in the shade with the windows slightly open. Disadvantages of Taking Your Pet Traveling long distances by car can be stressful for dogs and cats. Finding accommodation that accepts your pet can be difficult. In the case of cats, it usually takes up to 14 days for them to acclimatize to a new environment before they can go outside on their own.

Use a pet house / sitter It is advisable to make sure that your pet knows the house sitter before your absence, so that he is more comfortable and you can assess if he is likely to have bonding issues. An emergency back-up plan is necessary in the event that, for some unforeseen reason, the caretaker of the house / animal is not able to continue performing his duties. Benefits Animals are often much happier to continue living at home with a familiar routine and they have maximum exposure to companionship. They will not be exposed to the risk of infectious diseases from other animals.

Using a home pet sitting service The checklist is similar to that of the house keeper or pet; however, for this service your animals must be visited at least once a day as an animal that becomes ill can deteriorate very quickly and the animals need companionship.

Also Read: Pet Care Corner: Putting an ID Disc on Your Pet’s Collar

Also Read: Pet Care Corner: Microchips in Pets

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Final destination of pets via cremators at Ashhurst has consent https://klavlav.org/final-destination-of-pets-via-cremators-at-ashhurst-has-consent/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 16:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/final-destination-of-pets-via-cremators-at-ashhurst-has-consent/ [ad_1] PROVIDED The designs were approved for the Soul Friend Pet Cremation Service to be built in Ashhurst. The love of New Zealanders for their furry babies and their grief when they die supports a growing pet bereavement and cremation service. Soul Friend already handles around 800 cremations of deceased pets each month in the […]]]>


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The designs were approved for the Soul Friend Pet Cremation Service to be built in Ashhurst.

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The designs were approved for the Soul Friend Pet Cremation Service to be built in Ashhurst.

The love of New Zealanders for their furry babies and their grief when they die supports a growing pet bereavement and cremation service.

Soul Friend already handles around 800 cremations of deceased pets each month in the lower part of the North Island.

And owner Simone Morrison just got approval to develop the funeral home and cremation business in the Ashhurst village of Palmerston North.

The Mulgrave St property on the outskirts of the village was used for 18 years for boarding schools and a cattery, a business Morrison decided to shut down permanently after Covid-19 lockdowns forced the decision.

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The 4 hectare block will be developed to include a 500 square meter shed with space for a chapel or rest room, three cremators with a capacity of a fourth, workshops where urns and keepsakes will be created and a memorial garden.

Morrison began entering the pet cremation service around 12 years ago, collecting deceased animals from veterinary clinics as far away as Wellington, Wairarapa, Dannevirke, Hunterville, and occasionally Whanganui.

With a staff of seven, the company has moved beyond its current facilities on the Massey University campus where existing ovens were available, and with a lease expiring in 2022.

She said New Zealanders are increasingly following trends abroad by treating their pets like family and wanting to show them the same care and dignity after they die.

Morrison said it was visible people had grown even more attached to their animals during the stress of the pandemic.

“The death of a pet leaves a big hole in someone’s life, and an empty food bowl, and not having the daily walk with the dog.

“It’s quite difficult to navigate alone. “

More and more people want to keep memories of their pets after they die.

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More and more people want to keep memories of their pets after they die.

As Soul Friend gained recognition, some of his clients began to track them down regardless of whether their pet died at home or suddenly, such as in a traffic accident.

People paid up to $ 200 for the collection and cremation of an average cat, and up to $ 600 for a large dog.

Then there was a range of complementary products, many of which were designed by customer service manager Damien Burns, including a range of ash urns, plaques, crystals and plaster paw prints.

He made urns small enough for a mouse or large enough for a horse.

The Soul Friend Pet Cremation Service offers a range of urns for storing pet ashes.

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The Soul Friend Pet Cremation Service offers a range of urns for storing pet ashes.

Morrison said that while the business has grown, it has never been impersonal.

Each pet had a name, and staff used that name to provide individual care.

His most famous client was probably the New Zealand police, who turned over to him the body of the police dog Gazza, who was fatally shot in 2016.

Manager Josh Robertson and his fellow police honored Gazza at a memorial service, and he was then taken to Soul Friend where police who were unable to attend were able to see him.

Morrison said she was thrilled and relieved to have received consent for the new venue after an 18-month planning process.

The new facility would see a lot of tears, but for a short time compared to the love life people had with their pets.

“Having appropriate memorials for their pets helps bring peace and closure. “

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Oswaldtwistle Cattery Owners Campaign to Meet Minister https://klavlav.org/oswaldtwistle-cattery-owners-campaign-to-meet-minister/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/oswaldtwistle-cattery-owners-campaign-to-meet-minister/ [ad_1] GOVERNMENT minister is due to meet with owners of an Oswaldtwistle cattery to discuss their campaign to have animal boarding schools classified as hospitality and tourism. The offer was made when Hyndburn MP Sara Britcliffe raised the issue during a special debate in the House of Commons. She told Junior Environment Minister Jo Churchill […]]]>


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GOVERNMENT minister is due to meet with owners of an Oswaldtwistle cattery to discuss their campaign to have animal boarding schools classified as hospitality and tourism.

The offer was made when Hyndburn MP Sara Britcliffe raised the issue during a special debate in the House of Commons.

She told Junior Environment Minister Jo Churchill that animal boarding schools, including catteries and kennels, had “slipped through the cracks” of the government’s subsidy system to compensate companies for the impact of restrictions on coronaviruses.

Miss Britcliffe brought the issue to Westminster after Craig and Claire Dodding, owners of Rhoden Manor Cattery in Oswaldtwistle, contacted her following a prolonged battle for a Covid-19 grant from Hyndburn Council.

Despite their eventual success, they discovered that dozens of similar businesses nationwide were facing similar issues and launched a nationwide campaign to reclassify animal boarding schools into the hospitality and tourism industry because most of the clients were owners seeking care for their pets while on vacation.

Miss Britcliffe praised the government’s coronavirus grant system for supporting businesses affected by Covid-19 restrictions.

She told Ms Churchill: “As with any system, a number of specific cases have fallen through the cracks. I will highlight the example of kennels and catteries, which provide accommodation for pets 365 days a year and provide a vital service to travelers and businessmen who need to go abroad.

“Like other industries, kennels and catteries have been affected by the closures.

“The difficulty is that restrictions have remained on industries directly affected by tourism, but kennels and catteries are not considered part of the tourism sector. This is where my constituents Claire and Craig Dodding come in.

“In response to these difficulties, they created the UK Cattery and Kennel Alliance, which advocates for the interests of catteries and kennels across the country.

“We’re seeing a discrepancy in the way boards have provided discretionary funding.

“It seems to me that a good first step would be for representatives of the sector to meet with the Ministry of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and discuss these issues. I am therefore asking you if it would be possible to negotiate a first meeting between her and her officials, the British Alliance and me.

Ms. Churchill said, “Kennels and catteries provide important services to our cat and dog populations and their owners.

“The government is aware of industry concerns regarding restrictions related to Covid-19. We take this very seriously.

“I would be happy to meet with you to see exactly where the challenges are.”

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Hyndburn cattery boss and MP call for Westminster debate on support https://klavlav.org/hyndburn-cattery-boss-and-mp-call-for-westminster-debate-on-support/ https://klavlav.org/hyndburn-cattery-boss-and-mp-call-for-westminster-debate-on-support/#respond Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/hyndburn-cattery-boss-and-mp-call-for-westminster-debate-on-support/ THE owner of an Oswaldtwistle cattery campaigned for boarding schools for animals to be classified as part of the hospitality and tourism industry in Westminster. Craig Dodding is now lobbying Parliament for a change in government rules to open up the sector to more Whitehall grants. The owners of Rhoden Manor Cattery first became aware […]]]>

THE owner of an Oswaldtwistle cattery campaigned for boarding schools for animals to be classified as part of the hospitality and tourism industry in Westminster.

Craig Dodding is now lobbying Parliament for a change in government rules to open up the sector to more Whitehall grants.

The owners of Rhoden Manor Cattery first became aware of the issues when he applied for an additional restriction grant due to the impact on his business from the coronavirus.

It took him a debate at Hyndburn Full Council to get him £ 20,000 in cash support, though his company’s main customers are holidaymakers looking to care for their pets when away from home. at their home.

Mr Dodding founded the UK Alliance of Catteries and Kennels and followed the advice of the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, on how best to raise the issue with the government.

Now her local Tory Hyndburn MP Sara Britcliffe has called for a Westminster Hall adjournment debate in Parliament on the issue, supported by 20 other MPs. It is titled “The Importance of Catteries and Kennels to Our Economy and Society”.

Government rules on coronavirus subsidies classify them as town criers, shoe shiners and burlesque dancers.

Mrs Britcliffe said: “The UK is a nation of pet lovers. But when we go on vacation we want to be sure our animals are well looked after. That is why kennels and catteries are a essential part not only of our economy but also of our society as well.

“I am delighted to support my constituents Craig and Claire Dodding.

“I asked for a debate to give my colleagues a chance to look at ways we can support kennels and catteries in our area.”

Mr Dodding said: “We have fallen into this gap so no one wants to support us.

“The difficult situation we have been facing because of Covid-19 has just highlighted the issues we face within this industry, which is why we started the alliance to finally have a voice.

“We have been luckier than many animal boarding establishments.

“Some catteries and kennels have received absolutely nothing.

‘If we had been classified by the government as a hospitality or tourism business, which we should be as most of our customers are vacationing pet owners, we would have been entitled to £ 35,000-45,000 subsidy to support local restrictions.

“Instead, we were grouped together with town criers.

“It was incredibly difficult and sometimes we only have two cats in our house instead of the usual 40.

“The alliance is keen to keep the pressure on the government to properly support an industry that is really suffering.”

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Owner of grieving animal, the cattery arranges for a confusion https://klavlav.org/owner-of-grieving-animal-the-cattery-arranges-for-a-confusion/ https://klavlav.org/owner-of-grieving-animal-the-cattery-arranges-for-a-confusion/#respond Fri, 24 Sep 2021 16:30:22 +0000 https://klavlav.org/owner-of-grieving-animal-the-cattery-arranges-for-a-confusion/ Sue Peoples says being bitter won’t bring her beloved three-legged “furry baby” back. Te Anau resident Jac’s cat died after being brought home from a cattery by the wrong family. But the owner of the grieving cat believes that the Southland Cattery paid its dues after filing a complaint with the Litigation Tribunal. The experience […]]]>
Sue Peoples says being bitter won’t bring her beloved three-legged “furry baby” back.

Te Anau resident Jac’s cat died after being brought home from a cattery by the wrong family.

But the owner of the grieving cat believes that the Southland Cattery paid its dues after filing a complaint with the Litigation Tribunal.

The experience had been hard; she now believed that catteries should be audited, have standards set and licenses held to prevent others from going through the same thing.

“We just trust those people we feed our animals to are reliable, capable and knowledgeable.”

However, she did not want to name the cattery, as she believed it was a mistake.

“While this is a tragedy, in the end, it’s a cat… bad press could really devastate their business. “

In July this year, Ms Peoples’ vacation on the North Island was cut short when she received a call from the cattery, in which the news was announced.

It was a Wednesday.

The previous Friday, two teenagers had picked up Jac, thinking she was their four-legged male cat with an injured leg.

Jac was released and she ran away.

On Monday, still thinking she was their cat, the family assumed they were doing what their cat normally did after being at the cattery: staying outside for a multi-day fling.

The next day, however, they received a call from the cattery telling them that they had the wrong cat.

What annoyed Ms. Peoples most was that Jac was supposed to be medicated and chatted daily.

It looked like the company had tried to find Jac before telling him, she said.

Immediately canceling reservations for her vacation, Ms Peoples flew to Invercargill to begin the search for her beloved pet.

There were phone calls, flyers, door knockings, social media posts and business notices – but the hunt for Jac ended when a local farmer found his body on his property. about three weeks ago.

It looked like she had curled up and fell asleep.

Jac was cremated and sent home to Te Anau, and Ms. Peoples’ fight for justice began.

She wanted to know what her rights were as a person using a cattery, so she contacted various agencies.

“It didn’t bring Jac back, but I can’t afford the $ 2,000 we ended up spending. “

After the cattery gave him a $ 200 gas voucher, Ms. Peoples sent him back.

” They needed to learn a lesson. ”

She filed a complaint with the court and received an email last month saying the cattery would settle out of court, which covered the money spent on finding Jac.

Consumer NZ said boarding schools were not audited, but had to adhere to animal welfare law and the welfare code.

However, the SPCA could investigate the complaints and take action.

Anyone who is interested in knowing their rights as a pet owner can consult the Animal Welfare Act and the Pet Welfare Code on Temporary Accommodation of Pets.

People also had rights under the Consumer Warranties Act, and catteries and kennels were required to provide services with reasonable care and skill.

If they don’t, you can request compensation, such as a refund or partial refund of boarding costs.

You can also claim compensation for any reasonably foreseeable indirect damage. These are personal expenses you incurred due to the inability of the business to provide its services. ”

Consumer NZ also said it asked 12 city councils whether boarding schools (kennels / catteries) should be registered. Only Wellington City Council said they did.

laura.smith@odt.co.nz

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Semi-commercial: dynamics, trends and demographics of emerging markets https://klavlav.org/semi-commercial-dynamics-trends-and-demographics-of-emerging-markets/ https://klavlav.org/semi-commercial-dynamics-trends-and-demographics-of-emerging-markets/#respond Tue, 07 Sep 2021 09:07:10 +0000 https://klavlav.org/semi-commercial-dynamics-trends-and-demographics-of-emerging-markets/ “This remains an often complicated and complex process, a factor that underlines how important it is for advisors to forge even closer relationships with specialist lenders.” The buy-to-hire market is an ever-changing beast. Over the years, we’ve seen so many changes in dynamics, trends, and demographics that it can be hard to keep up. However, […]]]>

“This remains an often complicated and complex process, a factor that underlines how important it is for advisors to forge even closer relationships with specialist lenders.”

The buy-to-hire market is an ever-changing beast. Over the years, we’ve seen so many changes in dynamics, trends, and demographics that it can be hard to keep up.

However, one of the most dramatic changes in recent years has been the decline of the “amateur” owner and the rise of the “professional” owner. The factors behind this change have been well documented. And with portfolio owners dominating the BTL buying market, it’s no wonder that areas that could have been seen as niches in the past are truly in the foreground, as a growing number of owners are looking for a greater diversity in their portfolios and continue to explore different asset classes. .

One of these areas is semi-commercial. Typically, semi-commercial mortgages are aimed at meeting the business and residential needs of an investor or borrower and are typically priced based on the unique conditions of the project. These products can be used to acquire sites, finance the development of new projects, conversions and renovations. Examples include apartments located above stores, restaurants or offices or a development consisting of residences and commercial buildings. It may also include pubs with accommodation, boarding schools and catteries with accommodation and guesthouses or guesthouses with owner’s accommodation on site.

Historically, the commercial lending market has long been the preserve of large commercial banks. However, semi-commercial is an industry where the size and scale of a variety of transactions is evident. Larger lenders tend to have business divisions that are unlikely to consider an asset size that a lender like HTB would consider. In many cases, it just wouldn’t be big enough to interest them. Then there are the residential divisions within these large lenders that do not have the capacity to value commercial assets, which means semi-commercial remains an underserved segment.

Having said that, it’s fair to say that we’ve seen increased activity from lenders operating in and around the semi-commercial space lately. From HTB’s perspective, we have experienced record lending levels across our semi-commercial businesses and we expect this trend to continue for several reasons. This is mainly due to the strong yields generated, good cash flow and the good performance of asset values.

Although challenges remain. Nowadays, it’s increasingly difficult to know exactly what a solid tenant looks like. It’s very difficult to say! Being able to fully understand how they negotiate, how they coped before the pandemic, during the pandemic and potentially after the pandemic is vital in the current economic climate. For example, take-out restaurants became the go-to asset for lending, while quality retail units in central London naturally struggled and were largely avoided by finance providers. This revelation would have been a real shock before Covid and it is something you could never have foreseen if you had stepped back 18 months. What this shows is the evolution of the market and the number of semi-commercial offerings which have changed considerably over the past year due to trade restrictions imposed on many companies.

From an intermediary point of view, lenders operating in this product space should follow a structured approach and be as transparent as possible in terms of how and where they can do business, let alone how their service levels are. ‘are currently accumulating. This remains an often complex and complex process, a factor that underlines how important it is for advisors to forge even closer relationships with specialist lenders in order to better understand loan lines, criteria, policies and scenarios. of individual loans. After all, it is the strength of these connections that will be critical in meeting the needs of the growing number of homeowners looking to make the most of the dynamics, trends and demographics of emerging markets.

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Renting with pets: Properties available in Nottinghamshire right now https://klavlav.org/renting-with-pets-properties-available-in-nottinghamshire-right-now/ https://klavlav.org/renting-with-pets-properties-available-in-nottinghamshire-right-now/#respond Tue, 31 Aug 2021 11:31:40 +0000 https://klavlav.org/renting-with-pets-properties-available-in-nottinghamshire-right-now/ [ad_1] The lockdown has created an increase in the number of pet owners in the UK. In fact, the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (pfma) estimates that 3.2 million UK households have acquired a pet since the start of the pandemic, or 34 million pets in the UK. , according to their numbers. If you are […]]]>


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The lockdown has created an increase in the number of pet owners in the UK.

In fact, the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (pfma) estimates that 3.2 million UK households have acquired a pet since the start of the pandemic, or 34 million pets in the UK. , according to their numbers.

If you are one of those households and are now looking to move into rental accommodation, have you given any thought to whether or not the landlords would accept your new family member?

According to figures from Rightmove, demand for pet-friendly properties has increased by 120% over the past year, while total tenant demand has increased by 13%.

And looking at the top ten search terms that potential tenants use when they filter properties using the website’s “keyword sort”. In terms, searches related to pets are consistently ranked as the most popular, beating “balcony”, “garden” and even “furnished” in the first position.

Tim Bannister, Director of Property Data at Rightmove, said: “The increase in the number of pet owners during lockdown periods has been well documented, and we are seeing this reflected in the rental market.

“Becoming a pet owner is a long-term commitment. then that can open them up to a larger pool of potential tenants. “

Local real estate agent Paul Sweeney, director of Robert Ellis Estate Agents, said a few of the owners he acts for allow pets, but added: “Those who do tend to be the ones who have animals themselves or who appreciate the difficulty in finding housing that will allow pets to have a previous experience.

“I guess the reason most [landlords] prefer not to allow pets is the likely minority of pet owners who may not respect owners property and the animal rules the perch … cats scratch carpets and doors, the smell of a big dog, etc. This inevitably leads to more wear and tear on the property and additional costs to the landlord in repair and refurbishment costs between tenants. So the perception of this situation puts off the owners. “

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Burnley Council to Grant Covid Grants to Kennels and Catteries https://klavlav.org/burnley-council-to-grant-covid-grants-to-kennels-and-catteries/ https://klavlav.org/burnley-council-to-grant-covid-grants-to-kennels-and-catteries/#respond Tue, 10 Aug 2021 17:29:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/burnley-council-to-grant-covid-grants-to-kennels-and-catteries/ CHENNELS and catteries will receive money to support coronaviruses, a local authority has revealed. His decision follows the owner of an Oswaldtwistle cattery explaining how government rules on coronavirus subsidies – classifying him as a town crier – had made it difficult to survive the pandemic. Craig Dodding – who runs Rhoden Manor Cattery – […]]]>

CHENNELS and catteries will receive money to support coronaviruses, a local authority has revealed.

His decision follows the owner of an Oswaldtwistle cattery explaining how government rules on coronavirus subsidies – classifying him as a town crier – had made it difficult to survive the pandemic.

Craig Dodding – who runs Rhoden Manor Cattery – campaigned for a rule change so that animal boarding schools were automatically eligible for Whitehall’s cash support payments.

He got the promise from Hyndburn Council that his businesses and similar businesses will now be considered for discretionary payments under the Additional Restriction Grants (ARG) program, as most of their clients are vacationers seeking care for their pets while they are away.

The Burnley Council has now confirmed that its latest round of ARG grants will include kennels and catteries.

The authority has committed £ 2.5million for 500 local businesses from the government’s allocation for the program, with £ 503,000 remaining to be allocated.

A spokesperson for the authority said: “The council executive has approved a report which indicates how the remaining money is to be allocated.

“Funding will be provided to eligible businesses in the entertainment and events sectors, local catteries and kennels affected by international travel restrictions, financial support for small businesses closed due to Covid outbreaks in the workplace, a support for the taxi industry and to extend the existing difficulties subsidy scheme. ”

Cllr Asif Raja, the economic boss of the council, said: “As Covid has grown and the national situation is constantly changing, we have been able to adapt and adapt the support that we bring to the needs of local businesses.

“It is important that the remaining half a million pounds be used efficiently and best used to help the sectors most affected by the restrictions.”

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