Boarding Kennels in Margate at Manston Boarding Kennels – New website Live.

Announcing the launch of Manston Boarding Kennel's new website. Boarding Kennels in Margate, Manston Boarding Kennels launch their new website to celebrate 20 years of service to the boarding kennels industry. Manston Boarding Kennels wants to give their customers and their pets the best experience.

Margate, United Kingdom - May 24, 2019 /PressCable/ —

We are excited to announce the launch of Manston Boarding Kennel’s brand new website.

Boarding Kennels in Margate, Manston Boarding Kennels launch their new website to celebrate 20 years of their dedicated service to the pet boarding kennels industry. Manston Boarding Kennels wants to give their customers and their pets the very best experience at their boarding kennels as well as a great online welcome introduction to their excellent facilities. This is why everything has been refurbished and updated.

The new website is not only stunning, it also features a fully automated ” talking dog chat agent ” to greet all site visitors and to make them feel welcome. A truly exciting addition to their new website. Take a look at Manston Boarding Kennel’s awesome customers reviews live from their web page and check out their gorgeous picture gallery, showcasing all of their state of the art facilities.

Manston boarding kennels is located in a beautiful rural setting near Margate in Kent. Superb boarding facilities are available for your pets. They also have an indoor thermo-regulated cattery which provides a homely atmosphere for your cat. Truly a “home – from – home “ experience.

Your dog has the choice to stay indoors or run around outdoors in a secure environment. Manston kennels also offers a diverse range of services. All dogs and cats with “special needs” catered for. – A large outdoor exercise paddock is available. – Spacious heated & luxurious indoor kennels. – Numerous outdoor covered runs. Manston boarding kennels near Margate, prides themselves in promoting a pet friendly environment. With years of dedicated pet care experience, it will be hard to find a truly better or more caring boarding kennels in the Margate area for your pets.

There is constant supervision to make sure that your pet is well cared for and kept healthy during their stay. The proprietors; Peter and Linda Clack welcome all pet owners to come and visit Manston boarding Kennels and Cattery and they promise that your pets holiday will be just as enjoyable as yours! So when you next go on holiday or when your pet just needs a place to stay, you will know that they are in good hands.

To book your dog or cat into Manston Dog Boarding Kennels and Cattery simply head over to their website: Manston Dog Boarding Kennels Cattery.

Have a look at the awesome social engagement of the Manston Boarding Kennel Facebook page @manstonkennels

You can even call them on 01843 823 568

Or drop them an email at manstonkennels@hotmail.co.uk

Contact Info:
Name: Peter & Linda Clack
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Organization: Manston Dog Boarding Kennels & Cattery
Address: Manston Road, Margate, Kent CT9 4LS, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1843-823568
Website: http://www.manstonboardingkennelscattery.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516043

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