For drop off and pick up animals you will be welcome:
Monday through Saturday
and between 16.00-18.00
Always by appointment.
Read the terms.
As of January 1, 2015 opening adjustment; no drop off and pick up on Sundays and holidays.
bring your dog with collar and leash on
your animal has been treated against ticks and fleas
enter your own food
make written instructions about food and care
New pricing 1 January 2022.
|Prices per day||$|
|(incl. 6% ABB, food is not included)|
|Cats or mini dog:|
| 1 cat or mini dog||7.50|
| more cats or mini dogs each||6.00|
| 1 dog||11.50|
| More dogs each||9.25|
| 1 dog||17.50|
| More dogs each||15.00|
|Frontline, Ivomec or Comfortis:|
Depends on weight of the dog and the price for which the frontline will be sold at the vet at that time.
The food for the animal(s) you have to bring yourself for the whole period of time that the animal(s) stay at our Pet Hotel.
Be aware that sometimes pets are more active at our place and that we probably have to feed more then what you feed at your home. Please bring some more food than normally expected.
The total hotel price must be paid in advance in cash. We don't have facility for electronic payments.
If you want to calculate the costs for accommodation, fill in the blank boxes. And click calculate.
What category does your dog fall under?
The varieties mentioned serve as an example.
- mini dog (XS):
small breed such as teacup chihuahua, mini dachshund, toy poodle, chih tsu, yorky terrier or crosses of such dogs up to normal adult weight of 4 kg
- small dog (S):
poodles, jack russell terrier, mini pinchers or crossbreeds up to normal adult weight of 7 kg.
- medium dog (M):
standard dachshund, cocker spaniel and anything with adult weight between 7 and 15 kg.
- dog standard type (L):
adult weight up to 35 kg
- large dogs (XL):
adult weight over 35 kg
- exceptions (E):
- dogs of M or L size that are very strong/powerful and therefore cannot be placed unsupervised in a joint group with sociable normal dogs or medium dogs.
- dogs that are aggressive towards other dogs
- unneutered males
- bitches in heat
- dogs with climbing, escape or demolition urge