kennels catteries – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 03:58:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png kennels catteries – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Are you going back to school in the spring? Here are some of the kennels and catteries in Preston to keep your pets safe and cared for https://klavlav.org/are-you-going-back-to-school-in-the-spring-here-are-some-of-the-kennels-and-catteries-in-preston-to-keep-your-pets-safe-and-cared-for/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 17:11:26 +0000 https://klavlav.org/are-you-going-back-to-school-in-the-spring-here-are-some-of-the-kennels-and-catteries-in-preston-to-keep-your-pets-safe-and-cared-for/ Need the service of a cattery kennel? So look no further We scoured Google to find out what Preston has to offer. Here is a selection of some of the kennels and catteries we found… Fur Cottage Kennels and Cattery – Fleetwood Old Road, Greenhalgh, Kirkham, Preston Rating 4.7 out of 5. One reviewer said: […]]]>
Need the service of a cattery kennel? So look no further

We scoured Google to find out what Preston has to offer. Here is a selection of some of the kennels and catteries we found…

Fur Cottage Kennels and Cattery – Fleetwood Old Road, Greenhalgh, Kirkham, Preston

Rating 4.7 out of 5. One reviewer said: “What a fantastic kennel. Donnie (our dog) had the best time, he was so happy and relaxed from the moment we dropped him off to the moment we we got it back.”

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Landorn Pension Kennels & Cattery – Tabley Lane, Higher Bartle, Preston

Rating 4.9 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Awesome place with very caring and caring staff. My dog ​​obviously enjoyed his stay and will use Landorn again next time we go.”

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Champion Boarding Kennels & Cattery – Estoril / Syke House Lane, Preston

Rating 4.6 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Friendly, caring people who I really trust with my best friend when I’m away.”

Hey Barn Catteries and Kennels – Cuerdale Hey Farm / Fox Lane, Preston

Rating 4.9 out of 5. One reviewer said, “We have used these kennels for our dog on several occasions. He has always been well exercised and cared for. The facility is nice and we always feel happy to leave him there .”

Meadow Green Cattery – Moss House Lane, Westby, Preston

Rating 4.9 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Fantastic place. The team are very professional and my cats are very relaxed and very well cared for.”

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Pension Badgerswood Kennels and Cattery – Whitters Lane, Winmarleigh, Garstang, Preston

Rating 5 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Friendly, clean kennels. All animals are cared for as if they belonged to the owner.

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The Paddocks – Luxury Cat Hotel – Green Lane, Preston

Rating 5 out of 5. One reviewer said, “This is honestly the best place to put your cats when you need them. The staff are amazing, professional and so lovely.”

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North View Cats Hotel – North View, Skitham Ln, Pilling, Preston

Rating 4.6 out of 5. One reviewer said: “We chose the North View Cats Hotel based on recommendations and were very pleased with our choice. Our two cats returned home very satisfied and healthy after their one week stay.”

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Bannister Hall Cattery – Bannister Hall Lane, Higher Walton, Preston

Rating 4.9 out of 5. One reviewer said, “A fabulous cattery. The care given is amazing. Daily updates and a full report on how the cat has been. Highly recommend.”

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Cats2Stay – Moss Ln, New Longton, Preston

Rating 4.5 out of 5. One reviewer said, “We’ve left our indoor cats here since they were kittens and they’re now 6. We wouldn’t leave them anywhere else.”

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Barton Boarding Kennels – Hallidays Farm, Barton Lane, Barton, Preston

Rating 4.7 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Kept my two German Shepherds there for 6 nights. Good people with experience. Nice clean place. Highly recommended.”

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Lilliput Kennels – Meadow Green, Preston

Rating 4.5 out of 5. One reviewer said, “Highly recommend these kennels. Very caring and dog is very happy to go. Grooming is first class.”

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If you are looking for something else or further, click on here to see all Lancashire kennels and catteries via Google Maps.

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Kennels in Leeds: The Best Dog Boarding & Cattery Near Me According to Google Review https://klavlav.org/kennels-in-leeds-the-best-dog-boarding-cattery-near-me-according-to-google-review/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 11:26:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/kennels-in-leeds-the-best-dog-boarding-cattery-near-me-according-to-google-review/ With midterm fast approaching and vacations booked, many of us want to plan vacations for our pets as well. Read more Read more Destinations from Leeds Bradford Airport: 9 February mid-term vacation spots you can… It can be nerve-wracking to take care of your beloved furry friend while you’re away, but there are excellent rural […]]]>

With midterm fast approaching and vacations booked, many of us want to plan vacations for our pets as well.

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It can be nerve-wracking to take care of your beloved furry friend while you’re away, but there are excellent rural kennels and catteries for your pet, including spaces for other small animals such as than guinea pigs and rabbits.

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There are excellent local kennels and catteries for your pet, including spaces for other small animals such as guinea pigs and rabbits. Photo: Getty

Here are six of the highest rated kennels in Leeds based on reviews left on Google.

Tong Road, Farnley, Leeds, LS12 5EW

Beulah Farm Kennels and Cattery on Tong Road offers plenty of space for dogs and cats when their owners are on vacation.

A caring and professional environment for pets is provided, with modern, heated boarding facilities.

It is rated four out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“Very secure facility. Very competent and friendly staff. Good value for money.

“Lovely place and wonderful staff.”

Gildersome Lane, New Farnley, Leeds, LS12 6JH

Crystal Spring has been caring for pets for 50 years at its boarding house, providing spaces for dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals.

It is rated 4.6 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“Lovely ladies, lovely kennel. Been using them for years.”

“Awesome. Like home for my pet.”

Beeston Park Boarding and Cattery

45 Gipsy Ln, Beeston, Leeds LS11 5TT

Beeston Park Boarding Kennels is rated 4.3 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“We have been using the kennels for over 4 years and our dogs love the place. The staff are really nice, nothing is too much trouble.”

“Great people have always looked after our dogs, would definitely recommend.”

Contact Beeston Park Boarding Kennels by calling 0113 270 8381.

Carlton Hall Farm, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7BG

Carlton Boarding Kennels is nestled in Yeadon and is rated 4.3 out of five stars on Google Review.

It welcomes both holidays and overnight stays and offers areas for dogs and cats.

Here’s what owners had to say about kennels:

“This kennel is awesome! The people there are really nice and very very nice. I’m so glad to have them near my home. I’ve used their services many times over the years and have always been very happy.”

“I was a little worried as I didn’t know what to expect, but my dogs were happy to see me and weren’t upset or scared.”

Low Common, Methley, Leeds LS26 9AG

Laburbum Kennels offers spaces for dogs and cats, and is rated 4.9 out of five stars on Google Review.

“I can’t recommend Nina, Jackie, Deb, Carol and the gang any more! They are amazing and always look after our little Freddie so much that he gets super excited when he knows he’s going to be staying with them for a few weeks!”

“From inquiry to booking and collection, your fur baby is their priority, friendly happy staff who seem to love all of their fur customers and mine was very well cared for and happy.”

Book at Laburbum Kennels by calling 01977 512864.

Ayranbrau kennels and cattery

Scholebrook Lane, Bankhouse, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8DY

Ayranbrau Kennels has been in operation for over ten years and offers spaces for cats and dogs.

It is rated 4.9 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“The cattery was in great condition, clean and well maintained. My cats seemed to get on well there and might even have enjoyed the experience, which is high praise from two hard-to-please cats.”

“Took care of my little guy Oreo when we went on vacation! The owner is fantastic and you can tell she really cares about the animals!”

To book please call 07765 022937

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Call to Review Nightmare License Rules, Pet Trade News & Events from Pet Business World UK https://klavlav.org/call-to-review-nightmare-license-rules-pet-trade-news-events-from-pet-business-world-uk/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 13:16:05 +0000 https://klavlav.org/call-to-review-nightmare-license-rules-pet-trade-news-events-from-pet-business-world-uk/ The current licensing system is becoming a “nightmare” for small businesses, especially breeders and owners of kennels and catteries, according to a leading figure in the pet care industry. David Cavill, who is the coordinator of the National Registry of Pet Care Professionals, has written to Neil Parish, chair of the environment, food and rural […]]]>

The current licensing system is becoming a “nightmare” for small businesses, especially breeders and owners of kennels and catteries, according to a leading figure in the pet care industry.

David Cavill, who is the coordinator of the National Registry of Pet Care Professionals, has written to Neil Parish, chair of the environment, food and rural affairs select committee, asking for a full review of the 2018 regulations.

In his letter, Cavill describes the new regulations as “a nightmare for many small businesses, many of which have closed because the financial and administrative cost of the necessary ‘improvements’ is unreasonable.” Small-scale hobby ranchers – whom he describes as “low-hanging fruit who have been targeted by local authority licensing officers” – have been particularly hard hit.

Rising costs and the administrative burden required to comply with new regulations are pushing small businesses out of business, Cavill says.

“Many LAs are also extremely picky with boarding kennels and the ‘star’ system is a total mess,” he told pbw news. “The bigger issue is the Business Test, and the ripple effects of LAs suddenly deciding that business scheduling apps are in order.”

The government must now act to review the impact of the legislation and how it is enforced, Cavill adds.

“The actual review is being carried out by a select committee, but I would like Defra to be put on notice and encouraged if possible to carry out its own assessment.”

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National College celebrates 100th Inspector, Pet Trade News & Events from Pet Business World UK https://klavlav.org/national-college-celebrates-100th-inspector-pet-trade-news-events-from-pet-business-world-uk/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 16:00:45 +0000 https://klavlav.org/national-college-celebrates-100th-inspector-pet-trade-news-events-from-pet-business-world-uk/ [ad_1] The National Pet College has certified its 100th inspector qualified as Level 3 in the inspection of licensed activities involving city animals and guilds. In response to the Animal Welfare (Licensing for Activities involving Animals) Regulations 2018 (England) requiring that Animal Licensing Inspectors be properly qualified, the college developed the Level 3 qualification regulated […]]]>


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The National Pet College has certified its 100th inspector qualified as Level 3 in the inspection of licensed activities involving city animals and guilds.

In response to the Animal Welfare (Licensing for Activities involving Animals) Regulations 2018 (England) requiring that Animal Licensing Inspectors be properly qualified, the college developed the Level 3 qualification regulated by Ofqual in working with the City of London Corporation and City & Guilds Animal Health Core Team to ensure consistent inspection standards and high levels of animal welfare.

Ann-Marie Milton of the Sevenoaks District Council has become the 100th Qualified Inspector. She said: “The course was clear and well delivered, which allowed me to improve my knowledge and increase my confidence in enforcing the law. The comments I have received throughout the course and the evaluations have been both helpful and encouraging. I will now be able to advise the public and help other authorities move forward. “

LICENSED ACTIVITIES

The qualification – which is reserved for inspectors in England – refers to the full range of permitted activities, including dog sitting, boarding, kennels, catteries, dog breeding and retail pets and ensures that inspectors are adequately prepared and competent to make accurate, legal and welfare-based decisions when performing inspections on animal establishments and activities.

Vicky Skinner, Education Manager at National Pet College, commented, “We are delighted to ensure consistency in the inspection process and we now have 100 qualified inspectors who are ready to provide exceptional levels of service to the pet industry, raising animal welfare standards.

“This is a testament to learners that due to the COVID-19 pandemic they have been able to adapt from face-to-face sessions at Heathrow to a combination of e-learning and hands-on teaching while maintaining standards high. We currently have over 200 other inspectors undergoing training, who we hope will be fully qualified by early 2022. ”

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Charnwood Borough Council: planning request week ending December 3 https://klavlav.org/charnwood-borough-council-planning-request-week-ending-december-3/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 10:44:24 +0000 https://klavlav.org/charnwood-borough-council-planning-request-week-ending-december-3/ [ad_1] The list below, taken from the Charnwood Borough Council website, contains the validated and decided requests from last week. Planning requests received this week Change of use of the building to commercial, commercial or service use falling within use class E (c), E (e), E (g) or F1 (a) of the Ordinance 1987 land […]]]>


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The list below, taken from the Charnwood Borough Council website, contains the validated and decided requests from last week.

Planning requests received this week

  • Change of use of the building to commercial, commercial or service use falling within use class E (c), E (e), E (g) or F1 (a) of the Ordinance 1987 land use planning (use classes) behind 8 Field Street Shepshed Leicestershire LE12 9AL
  • Proposed two-storey extension on the side / rear, one-storey extension at the rear, awning at the front and skylight extension at the rear of the dwelling and change of use of the dwelling to 2No. self-contained apartments (use class C3) (revised diagram at P / 21/1460/2 refers) at 31 Ferndale Road Thurmaston Leicestershire LE4 8JE
  • T1 (Beech – at n ° 69) clean top to remove all dead branches (exempt work), rubbed or crossed, diseased, dying or dangerous; and, raise the awning to give 6m clearance from ground level to the lower branches and, clear the garage 3m. G1 (Row of trees next to the garage – at n ° 67a) – Prune the secondary branches to clear the roof of the garage by 2m. G2 (Beech Row – up to # 67a) – Raise awnings 6m above the garden to 67a and 69 Swithland Lane Rothley Leicestershire LE7 7SG


Planning requests decided this week

  • Modifications external to the pavilion building, including the erection of a new retaining wall with glass screen, the formation of ramps, modifications to the fenestration and the erection of a pergola. Formation of a hard car park at Charnwood Forest Golf Club Breakback Road Woodhouse Eaves Leicestershire LE12 8TA – Grant conditionally
  • One story side and rear extension, new front porch at 381 Loughborough Road Birstall LE4 4BG – Grant conditionally
  • Side and rear extension of one floor of the apartment at 24, avenue Campbell Thurmaston LE4 8HB – Grant conditionally
  • Installation of replacement windows (2 no.) And building door at 1 Mountsorrel Lane Rothley Leicestershire LE7 7PS – Grant conditionally
  • Construction of a two-storey dwelling and garage and creation of associated parking and vehicle access on Melton Road (Revised drawing – P / 21/0695/2 refers) adj 1368 Melton Road Syston LE7 2EQ – Refuse
  • Change in use of the site from a mixed use residential dwelling and boarding house to a residential dwelling and self-storage facility, including conversion and extension of existing kennels and catteries into storage units and location of 20No storage containers 6m x 2.4m and 20No 3m x 2.4m storage containers, forming a rigid parking lot and associated with College Garth, Hathern Dog Rescue Derby Road Hathern LE12 5LD – Refuse
  • Installation of a kitchen exhaust system at 736 Melton Road Thurmaston LE4 8BD – Grant conditionally
  • Proposed two story side extension, one story rear extension and new porch awning at 205 Bradgate Road Anstey Leicestershire LE7 7FX – Grant conditionally
  • The erection of a one-story rear extension extending beyond the rear wall of the original house by 6 m, with a maximum height of 3.3 m, and a height to the front -2.9 m roof to 22 Parklands Drive Loughborough Leicestershire LE11 2 TB – Took of
  • Erection of two-storey and one-storey extensions at the rear of the dwelling to 88 Barrow Road Sileby LE12 7LP – Refuse
  • One storey extension behind the house to 10 Maple Road Thurmaston Leicestershire LE4 8AJ – Grant conditionally
  • Erection of a two-story extension on the side of the house to 4 Wallace Drive Sileby LE12 7SQ – Grant conditionally
  • Single storey rear extension to 8 Paddock Close Quorn Leicestershire LE12 8BJ – Took of
  • Erection of a two-story extension to the side, a front porch and a one-story extension to the rear of the house, finishing all exterior walls at 155 Cropston Road Anstey LE7 7BR – Grant conditionally
  • Erection of the ground floor extension to the rear of the semi-detached dwelling at 12 Warner Place Loughborough LE11 1SJ – Grant conditionally
  • One story extension to the front and side of the detached house at 46 Springfield Close Burton On The Wolds LE12 5AN – Grant conditionally
  • Extension of a floor at the rear of the semi-detached house and erection of a detached garage at the rear of 7 Maclean Avenue Loughborough LE11 5XX – Grant conditionally
  • P / 20/1570 Condition 4 discharge – landscape details. Erection of a two-storey dwelling following the demolition of an existing bungalow Jacobs Well Farm Wymeswold Road Hoton Leicestershire LE12 5SN – Conditions Released – Confirmed
  • Installation of exterior installations and safety rails on the flat roof of the first floor, modifications to the exterior appearance of the store, including changes to fenestration and new PVC windows, the realignment of the access road and the reconfiguration of the car park. New external LED lighting to replace the existing one at 19 Wanlip Lane Birstall LE4 4JU – Took of
  • One story extension to the rear of the HMO to provide an additional bedroom and bathroom at 98 Leopold Street Loughborough LE11 5DW – Took of
  • Modifications and extensions to the sides, rear and front and new roof of a single-family dwelling and modifications to the access and parking arrangements on site and erection of a front perimeter wall and doors to the 57 Castledine Street Loughborough Leicestershire LE11 2DX – Grant conditionally
  • Raise the roof of the existing one story building to the rear and make internal modifications to create a living space at 27 Victoria Road Woodhouse Eaves LE12 8RF – Grant conditionally
  • Conversion of an outbuilding into an independent dwelling (retrospective application) at 24 Tyler Avenue Loughborough Leicestershire LE11 5NN – Refuse
  • Proposed first floor front and side extension at 343 Beacon Road Loughborough LE11 2RA – Refuse
  • Demolition of the existing garage and replacement by a single storey, front and side extension of the dwelling at 10 Alston Drive Loughborough LE11 5UH – Grant conditionally
  • Removal of the existing detached garage and erection of a front, side and rear one-storey extension to the unit at 1 Willowcroft Quorn LE12 8HQ – Grant conditionally
  • The erection of a one-story rear extension extending beyond the rear wall of the original house by 4m, with a maximum height of 3.3m and a height to the front- 2.25m roof at 42 Bottleacre Lane Loughborough Leicestershire LE11 1JG – Prior approval not required
  • Proposed two-story front and side extension, one-story porch extension with associated awning resulting in the removal of the existing front gable, first-story front dormer, one-story rear extension, detached garage and work associated with 516 Bradgate Road Newtown Linford Leicestershire LE6 0HB – Grant conditionally
  • Construction of a one-story extension to the rear of the house at 24 Perseverance Road Birstall Leicestershire LE4 4AU – Grant conditionally
  • Erection of two story front and side / rear extensions, erection of a one story rear extension and associated internal and external modifications (including roof and replacement siding materials) for the host residential house; and the erection of a front boundary wall / gate and associated landscaping (revised drawing, reference P / 19/2112/2). (Variation of condition 2 on request P / 20/1687/2 to modify the plans) at The Cottage 27 The Ridgeway Rothley Leicestershire LE7 7LE – Took of
  • One story side extension of the golf pavilion at Beedles Lake Golf Club 170 Broome Lane East Goscote LE7 3WQ – Grant conditionally
  • Proposed one storey extension to the rear and front porch of the apartment building at 22 King Edward Road Loughborough LE11 1RZ – Grant conditionally
  • Erection of a one-story extension at the rear of the house to 16 Glenmore Avenue Shepshed LE12 9LH – Grant conditionally
  • Proposed demolition of the existing annex and home garden shed, and replacement with a new annex as a home office facility at 30 North Street Rothley, Leicester LE7 7NN – Grant conditionally
  • One story extensions to the side and back of the semi-detached house at 23 Spinney Rise Birstall LE4 3DY – Grant conditionally
  • One storey extension at the rear of the detached house to 3 Rennocks Close Quorn LE12 8WZ – Grant conditionally
  • One-storey extension project behind the house to 56 Woodgon Road Anstey Leicestershire LE7 7ER – Grant conditionally
  • Repair the pebble plaster and cement strips. Apply a lime plaster paste to this repaired surface at 328 Beacon Road Loughborough LE11 2RD- Took of
  • Replacement of existing painted wood windows and doors with new aluminum windows and doors – variation of conditions 2 (approved plans) and 3 (materials) from P / 20/1453/2 to 5 Pond Street Seagrave LE12 7NQ – Grant conditionally
  • Construction of a one-storey extension to the front and rear of the house to 55 Greengate Lane Birstall Leicestershire LE4 3JG – Grant conditionally
  • Ash (T1) – Thin crown of 15%. Alder (T3) – Thin crown of 15%. Alder (T4) – 15% thin crown, increase above no. 16 Gray Crescent by deleting 4no. lower branches at The Bradgate PH 37 Main Street Newtown Linford LE6 0AE – Grant conditionally
  • Change in use of a garden plant nursery to a dog daycare use (Sui Generis) including the erection of a 2.1m high fenced enclosure, the erection of a container structure. ‘expedition (12.19mx 4.87) for indoor dog auxiliary care and provision of parking and associated work for Oska Copperfield Nursery Loughborough Road Rothley LE7 7NH – Grant conditionally
  • Erection of a one-story rear extension to the dwelling at 187 B Cropston Road Anstey LE7 7BR – Grant conditionally
  • Demolition of existing outbuildings and replacement by detached garage at 2 Rushey Lane Rothley LE7 7SD – Grant conditionally
  • One storey extension behind the house to 22 Barrow Road Quorn LE12 8DJ – Grant conditionally
  • Proposed addition of a sloped roof and wood siding to the existing front extension and addition of a porch to the front of the existing dwelling at 56 Groby Lane Newtown Linford LE6 0HH – Grant conditionally

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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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Northumberland County Council: scheduling requests for the week starting October 18 https://klavlav.org/northumberland-county-council-scheduling-requests-for-the-week-starting-october-18/ https://klavlav.org/northumberland-county-council-scheduling-requests-for-the-week-starting-october-18/#respond Mon, 18 Oct 2021 15:17:17 +0000 https://klavlav.org/northumberland-county-council-scheduling-requests-for-the-week-starting-october-18/ [ad_1] The list below, taken from the Northumberland County Council website on Monday, October 18, contains the planning requests that were decided this week. Validated applications Demolition of the existing one-story wooden rear utility extension and replacement with a one-story kitchen extension, one-story bedroom and study extension, widening of the patio door opening to extension […]]]>


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The list below, taken from the Northumberland County Council website on Monday, October 18, contains the planning requests that were decided this week.

Validated applications

  • Demolition of the existing one-story wooden rear utility extension and replacement with a one-story kitchen extension, one-story bedroom and study extension, widening of the patio door opening to extension of an existing south floor, replacement of the window with a new patio door opening onto the existing north floor extension, new patio door opening onto the existing rear extension and reorientation of the existing staircase and the cpd under the stairs at Dene Cottage, Seaton Sluice, Northumberland.
  • Listed building consent for the demolition of the existing one-story wooden rear utility extension and its replacement with a one-story kitchen extension, one-story bedroom and study extension, the widening of the patio door opening to the extension of an existing south floor, replacement of the window with a new patio door opening onto an existing one storey north extension, new patio door opening onto the existing rear extension and reorientation of the existing staircase and cpd under the stairs at Dene Cottage, Seaton Sluice.
  • Rejection of Conditions 6 (Surface Water Drainage) and 13 (Protective Measures) on approved application 18/04534 / FUL on land east of Granby Inn, Front Street, Longframlington, Northumberland.
  • Construction of a back porch and conversion of the garage to a home office at Allen House, Main Street, Acomb, Northumberland.
  • Release of conditions 3 (exterior wall and roof materials), 4 (surface materials), 6 (improved vehicular access) and 7 (demolition and construction method statement) on approved application 20/03211 / FUL at Westfield, West Road , Longhorsley, Northumberland.
  • Legal Development Certificate for the existing dog practice area in association with existing kennels and catteries at A1 Kennels and Catteries, Low Middle Moor House, Stannington, Northumberland.

  • Proposed single storey rear extension and 2 story extension above garage with recessed outdoor patio at 14 De Mowbray Way, Lancaster Park, Morpeth.
  • Independent garden room offered at the rear at Prospect Farm, Harshaw House, The Avenue, Medburn, Northumberland.
  • Improvement and extension of existing housing at 1 and 2 Longbank Farm Cottages, Longhoughton, Northumberland.
  • Condition variation: 15 (Tree Protection) in order to update the tree survey taking into account the passage of time on the approved request 17/00209 / FUL on the lands south of the juries, the causeway, Glanton, Northumberland.
  • Demolish the existing veranda and back porch and replace them with a new extension. Replace existing white PVC double glazed windows, fasica panels and rainwater products with new gray PVC double glazed windows, fasica panels and rainwater products. Replace the existing porch – footprint, height and width will be the same – color will be gray to match windows etc. at 1, Beechcroft, Swarland, Northumberland.
  • Create an access track to the observation area on a PFA mound in the former storage yard of the former coal storage yard, Cambois, Northumberland.
  • Retrospective: Construction of a lookout at 13 Roslin Way, Barns Park, Cramlington, Northumberland.
  • Listed Building Consent for Proposed Changes and First Floor Extension of Lilac Cottage, 3 Longhirst Village, Longhirst, Northumberland.
  • Proposed modifications and extension of the first floor to Lilac Cottage, 3 Longhirst Village, Longhirst.
  • Extension of the bedroom above the garage at 74 Chapel Lands, Alnwick, Northumberland.

Applications decided

  • Agricultural notice for an agricultural building. Steel frame portal building, 30 meters long x 15 meters wide at School House Farm, Kiln Pit Hill, Consett, Northumberland. Status: Request refused.
  • Single storey side extension to 66 Abbots Way, Highchurch, Northumberland. Status: Request refused.
  • Non-significant modification (to allow an additional window to the south elevation on the first floor, planked garage doors omitted and 2 windows added in the same location and 1 interior door added in the workshop hallway) upon approved request 16/02298 / FUL at Millfield House, Ingram, Northumberland. Status: Request authorized.
  • One storey rear extension, rear dormer extension and installation of front and rear skylights at 9 The Rise, Darras Hall, Ponteland, Northumberland. Status: Request authorized.
  • Demolition of the existing one-story rear extension, construction of a rear extension on the main floor, general interior redevelopment and reconstruction of the brick perimeter wall at 44 Tweed Street, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland . Status: Request authorized.
  • Conversion of the existing veranda into a kitchen, including new window in the modified opening, replacement of roof covers and addition of 3no. skylights; deleting and blocking a window; replacement of 6no. existing windows in existing openings at 59 Ravensdowne, Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Status: Request authorized.
  • Building permit classified for the conversion of the existing veranda into the kitchen, including the new window in the modified opening, the replacement of the roof covers and the addition of 3no. skylights; deleting and blocking a window; replacement of 6no. existing windows in existing openings at 59 Ravensdowne, Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Status: Request authorized.

  • Classified building consent to replace windows and front door and restore 2 original shutters to Villa Clive, Clive Nurseries, Alnwick, Northumberland. Status: Request authorized.
  • Construction of an agricultural building for mixed-use barns, forage warehouse and machinery storage, poultry rearing, slaughter and preparation areas and agricultural offices in Low Fords, Longframlington. Status: Request authorized.
  • Outbuilding / Garage and slaughter of 5No. protected trees. (Modified) at Acorn Lodge, Gubeon Wood, Tranwell Woods, Northumberland. Status: Request refused.
  • Removal of Condition 2 from approved Planning Application 19/00582 / VARYCO to remove the restrictive occupancy condition at Alnbank House, Alnmouth Road, Alnwick. Status: Request refused.
  • Advertising consent: Installation of 1no. 1500mm x 1100mm aluminum panel attached to the existing fence at the entrance to the site leading to the Cricket Club (description modified 15.09.2021, modified plans received 13.09.2021) at Warkworth Cricket Club, Morwick Road, Warkworth , Northumberland. Status: Request authorized.

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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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UN warns as many as 500,000 new refugees could be displaced in Asia after humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan https://klavlav.org/un-warns-as-many-as-500000-new-refugees-could-be-displaced-in-asia-after-humanitarian-crisis-in-afghanistan/ https://klavlav.org/un-warns-as-many-as-500000-new-refugees-could-be-displaced-in-asia-after-humanitarian-crisis-in-afghanistan/#respond Sat, 28 Aug 2021 14:27:13 +0000 https://klavlav.org/un-warns-as-many-as-500000-new-refugees-could-be-displaced-in-asia-after-humanitarian-crisis-in-afghanistan/ Half a million Afghan refugees could flee their besieged homeland which fell under Taliban rule by the end of this year, the United Nations has warned. The blunt message was released ahead of the August 31 deadline for the withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan – a date experts expect the country to fall […]]]>

Half a million Afghan refugees could flee their besieged homeland which fell under Taliban rule by the end of this year, the United Nations has warned.

The blunt message was released ahead of the August 31 deadline for the withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan – a date experts expect the country to fall into a new tyranny.

With a potential humanitarian crisis well underway, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said the bloc was preparing for the worst-case scenario of about “500,000 new refugees in the region,” reports the Telegraph.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted he felt a “great sense of regret” for the hundreds of thousands British forces were unable to evacuate from Kabul.

The news comes as Britain’s evacuation efforts are now complete after the last Operation Pitting flight left Kabul overnight.

The UK’s hasty withdrawal plans mean between 100 and 150 Britons and 1,000 Afghans eligible to come to the country should be left to an uncertain fate.

Afghans line up at the main entrance gate of Kabul airport in hopes of leaving Afghanistan in Kabul on Saturday. The last British flight carrying civilians left last night. All other British planes will carry military and diplomatic personnel

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Taliban Badri fighters, a “special forces” unit equipped with US materiel, stand guard as Afghans wait at the main gate of Kabul airport

Afghan evacuees line up before boarding one of Italy's last C130J military planes during the evacuation at Kabul airport today

Afghan evacuees line up before boarding one of Italy’s last C130J military planes during the evacuation at Kabul airport today

Watching the disaster in Afghanistan unfold, the UN specialized office for the resettlement of stateless people and refugees across the bloc warned that hundreds of thousands of newly displaced people would soon arrive in South Asia.

UNHCR estimates that in the “worst case”, up to 500,000 new refugees will be added to the region as a result of the humanitarian disaster in Afghanistan.

It comes as the Department of Defense confirmed on Saturday that the last Operation Pitting rescue flight left overnight.

All remaining RAF jets leaving Kabul will carry military and diplomatic personnel.

British Ambassador to Afghanistan Sir Laurie Bristow said: “It is time to close this phase of the operation now, but we have not forgotten the people who have yet to leave. We will continue to do our utmost to help them.

“We have not forgotten the brave and honest Afghan people either. They deserve to live in peace and security.

Thousands of refugees have been unable to make or are too afraid to make it to the Taliban-guarded airport due to the constant threat of terrorism.

An ISIS suicide bomber on Thursday killed at least 170 people, including 13 American soldiers, two Britons and the child of a British national outside the walls of the airport.

The Defense Ministry said last night that 14,543 people have now been extracted from Kabul since August 13, a mix of Afghan and British nationals, and that the focus will now be on evacuating diplomats and military personnel .

Some 8,000 of them were Afghans and their families under the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (Arap) program, which applies to those who have helped the UK and are at risk of persecution by the Taliban.

But the announcement followed warnings that Britain was risking the “biggest hostage crisis in its history” by leaving 1,000 Afghan allies at the mercy of the Taliban and Isis-K.

Taliban fighter guards airport as desperate Afghans try to escape brutal rule

Taliban fighter guards airport as desperate Afghans try to escape brutal rule

Members of the British Armed Forces' 16th Air Assault Brigade make their way to the terminal after disembarking from an RAF Voyager plane at Brize Norton on Saturday.

Members of the British Armed Forces’ 16th Air Assault Brigade walk towards the terminal after disembarking an RAF Voyager aircraft at Brize Norton on Saturday

One of those rescued was former Royal Marine animal rescuer Pen Farthing, 57, who may be the last British civilian to leave Kabul airport.

Mr Farthing and his 180 cats and dogs he has housed in the Afghan capital could be left on the tarmac waiting for his charter plane to arrive from Karachi in Pakistan, Sky News said.

The Polish plane is expected in the Afghan capital in the next few hours, but by then all Britons – including British Ambassador Sir Laurie Bristow – may have left.

Mr Farthing will fly from Kabul to Tashkent in Uzbekistan before later returning to Britain, where he has won legions of fans for holding the government to account.

But in a blow to the ex-soldier, it emerged today that his animals will be locked up when he arrives in the UK.

British troops were seen securing the perimeter outside the Baron Hotel, near the abbey gate in Kabul on Thursday after the bombing

British troops were seen securing the perimeter outside the Baron Hotel, near the abbey gate in Kabul on Thursday after the bombing

Authorities said dogs and cats were under a four-month quarantine in kennels and catteries until at least Christmas.

The government has faced a constant stream of criticism for its haphazard mining plans, while Boris Johnson appeared to take a hit from Joe Biden, saying the timing of the pullout was “not one this country would have chosen” .

Shadow Defense Secretary John Healey said: “It is the blunt truth, despite the release of over 14,000 people, there are probably 1,000 Afghans who have worked with us for two decades in Afghanistan, helped our troops, our aid workers, our diplomats, whom we promised to protect, but we are leaving behind.

“And I know these troops in particular will feel that our failure on this as a country is a betrayal of many of those who have risked their lives to work alongside us.

“And I think what’s important now is that we may be abandoning the airport, but we cannot abandon the Afghan people or fight to try to protect the gains over which they and our troops, our diplomats and our aid workers have worked so hard two decades to win in Afghanistan.

The 57-year-old told how his employees were prevented from crossing the Taliban line into the UK zone at Kabul airport.

Pen Farthing, 57, recounted how his employees were prevented from crossing the Taliban line into the UK zone at Kabul airport

His desperate comments contrasted sharply with his wife, who spoke last night of how happy her husband and <a class=furry friends were to be on their way home.” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

His desperate comments contrasted sharply with his wife, who spoke last night of how happy her husband and furry friends were to be on their way home.

It comes as the US military said it used a drone strike to kill a member of the Islamic State group's Afghan affiliate (pictured, Kabul airport yesterday)

It comes as the US military said it used a drone strike to kill a member of the Islamic State group’s Afghan affiliate (pictured, Kabul airport yesterday)

International fury is mounting against the decision of US President Joe Biden to withdraw his troops from the country, which led to the rapid takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and in turn triggered the desperate evacuation, the foreign countries themselves seeing grant a deadline on August 31 to get their citizens. outside.

It comes as the US military said it used a drone strike to kill a member of the Afghan affiliate of the Islamic State group.

The strike came amid what the White House called indications that Isis-K was planning to strike again as the US-led evacuation of Kabul airport enters its final days.

A devastating suicide bomber claimed by the group killed as many as 170 Afghans and 13 US servicemen at the airport on Thursday.

Ministers said they were ready to “take action” to deal with terrorist threat as death toll continues to rise after suicide bombing that marked US troop largest loss in Afghanistan for a decade.

Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has confirmed the death of two British adults as well as the injuries of two others. It is understood that the deceased child was a teenager.

Mr Raab said: ‘They were innocent people and it is a tragedy that as they sought to bring their loved ones to safety in the UK they were murdered by cowardly terrorists.

“Yesterday’s vile attack underscores the dangers facing Afghans and reinforces why we are doing everything we can to get people out. We provide consular support to their families.

“We will not turn our backs on those who turn to us when they need it and we will never be intimidated by terrorists.”

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