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Your pet is our priority!  

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Booking your holiday now restrictions are easing?   Sit n Stay Petminding in Rhoose are now taking bookings for this summer and the rest of the year for your dogs holiday with us. Don't leave it until the last your dogs stay with us ASAP. We also care for your cats and small pets visiting your home to ensure they are well cared for.

Harry and Beauty on one of our local beach walks. Dogs boarding at Sit n Stay in Rhoose will enjoy our coastal and country walks.

These are some of our boarders that have stayed in 2021. We hope to see you again soon and welcome new visitors also...

10th February 2021



 There has been an alarming rise in cases of dog thefts right across the UK in recent months, including instances of dogs being snatched from their owners in the street!

As a member of Missing Dogs Team Wales, I know just what a widespread and distressing problem this has become, so please note and share the following advice to all dog owners. Thank you and stay safe.


  •  Do not leave your dog outside or in kennels if unsupervised.
  •  Always keep fences and gates secure.
  •  Keep information of markings on your dog and take an up to date photograph.
  •  If your dog has had puppies be mindful of advertising them on social media as   criminals may see this.
  •  Do not leave your dog unattended outside a shop.
  •  Keep your dog as close to you as possible-when on a walk make sure they stay   near and respond to your recall.
  •  Do you research before buying a dog/puppy. Do not make any quick decisions and   report anything suspicious to the Police.
  •  Alternate the time you go and route you take when walking your dog. Criminals will   notice  patterns of behaviour.
  •  Try to walk your dogs in a visible area to others and when it is light.
  •  Use your surname and contact number on the dog’s collar rather than their   name, as criminals could use the dogs name to enticie them away from you.
  •  Walk your dog with members of your household so you are not alone.
  •  If your dog/puppy is kept outside, then invest in some preventative security   measures   such as CCTV or extra lightening.
  •  Please report any suspicious behaviour to 101 or 999 in an emergency.


4th January 2021

We are OPEN FOR BUSINESS as normal!

We are taking bookings for licensed home boarding, doggy daycare and home visits for cats and small domestic pets.


Meet and greet sessions are conducted in accordance with recommended COVID-19 social distancing and hygiene requirements) as too are home visits to meet your cats(s) and other pets, together with puppy sitting visits and dog walking for those returning to part or full-time working away from home.


Please contact us for further details of the full range of services we offer and for dates available for home boarding if you are once again planning a holiday or short vacation.

31st March 2016

Something only cat owners will understand!


The Cat's Version of the Rules

BATHROOMS: Always accompany your humans and their house guests to the bathroom. It is not necessary to do anything. Just sit and stare.


DOORS: Do not allow any closed doors in any room. To get the door open, stand on hind legs and hammer with forepaws. Once door is opened, it is not necessary to use it. After you have ordered an "outside" door opened, stand halfway in and out and think about several things. This is particularly important during very cold or exceptionally wet or windy weather.


CHAIRS AND RUGS: If you feel the urge to throw up, get to a chair or bed quickly. If you cannot manage in time, get to an oriental rug. If there is no oriental rug, shagpile is good too. When throwing up on any carpet, make sure you back up so the trail is as long as your human's bare foot.


HAMPERING: If one of your humans is engaged in some activity, and the other is idle, stay with the busy one. This is called "helping", otherwise known as "hampering". Here are some of the basic rules for maximum hampering:

When supervising cooking, sit just behind the left heel of the cook. You cannot be seen and thereby stand a better chance of being stepped on and then picked up and comforted.
For book readers, get in close under the chin, between eyes and book -- unless you can lie across the book itself.
When your human is working at their computer, jump up on desk, walk across keyboard, bat at the mouse pointer on screen, and then lay in human's lap across arms, hampering typing in progress and possibly resulting in a spellcheck meltdown.


WALKING: As often as possible, dart quickly and as close as possible in front of your human, especially on stairs, when they have something in their arms, in the dark, and when they first get up in the morning. This will help their coordination skills.


BEDTIME: Always sleep on your human at night so he/she cannot move around.


LITTER BOX: When using the litter tray, be sure to kick as much litter out of the tray as possible. Humans love the feel of cat litter between their toes.


HIDING: Every now and then, hide in a place where your humans cannot find you. Do not come out for three to four hours under any circumstances. This will cause your humans to panic (which they love) thinking that you have run away or are lost. Once you do come out, your humans will cover you with love and kisses, and you'll probably get a treat!


FINALLY: Whenever possible, get close to your human, especially their face, then turn around and present your butt to them. Your humans really love this, so do it often. And don't forget their house guests too!


Coronavirus (COVID-19)


With the prospect of beating Covid-19  - at least to some degree in 2021 - many of you will likely be thinking ahead to holiday and staycation arrangements and to booking or re-scheduling your long-delayed holiday plans. We are open for new bookings as well as prioritising those who were forced to defer their previous booking during 2020. Please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements for home boarding and home visits.


We would like to remind you that our normal terms of business state:


  • Sit ‘n’ Stay Petminding require a 50% non-refundable deposit to be paid at the time of booking with the balance payable, in full, no less than 7 days before commencement of the booking.


  • If cancellation of a booking is notified less than 28 days from the date of commencement, the balance will be due, in full, unless that booking can be resold in full or up to 75% of the original booking period/value, in which case no balance will be due.


However, in these still uncertain times we want to remain as flexible and accommodating as possible, so until further notice we are continuing to:


  • Transfer 50% of any deposits already paid (prior to 1st March 2020) to a rescheduled booking taken within 6 months from 1st January 2021.



Please be mindful of changes that the pandemic and global travel restrictions may have to your travel insurance cover. We suggest you check to see if you can still claim for any losses you may incur from cancelling or rescheduling your pet care arrangements. 


Some insurance companies have withdrawn travel cover or amendied the terms and scope of cover they offer in light of COVID-19.


When purchasing travel insurance we advise you check for the inclusion/scope of pet care cover offered.


If you need to make a claim for any losses already incurred due to cancellation or deferment of your holiday and travel plans, or in the event of future disruption to your plans, we will be pleased to provide written evidence of the booking and any monies paid or due to support your claim.



While we have always asked that you provide at least one emergency contact name/number when booking your dog(s) to stay, this is now a mandatory requirement should you fall ill, become quarantined or experience disruption or delays to your homebound travel plans.


Please advise us immediately by phone, text or email if have any concerns that you might be delayed.


We will, of course, seek to board your dog(s) beyond the original collection date/time, but due to strict licencing conditions which limit our boarding capacity, we would look to enlist your emergency contact(s) as the first point of call to look after your dog(s) until you return home. Should this not be possible then we reserve the right to place them in local kennels at a cost to yourselves. In either event, we will first seek your consent to release them into the care of a third party.


If we have the capacity to extend boarding for your dog(s) this will be charged at £25 per 24 hours.



You may also wish to consider providing us with additional rations of food, supplements or medication for your dog(s), over and above their daily needs based on the duration of their planned stay. Any purchases of additional food or medication we make on your behalf will be charged at cost.



Our overriding concern is for the welfare of your pet(s). Our commitment extends to home visits for cats and other small pets which might also be affected by changes or enforced delays to your travel and holiday plans. Since there are no licensing restrictions relating to home visits we are able to extend this service as long as is necessary until you return home.


A copy of these changes, together with all our contact details is available to download as a PDF document from the home page. We suggest you print a copy and keep it with your travel documents in case you need it.

Contact us today!

For more information on any aspect of the services provided by Sit 'n' Stay Petminding, please contact Sue on:


07749 660 738

01446 713 582




Or contact us via the Sit 'n' Stay Facebook or Instagram page.

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