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At Home Dog Boarding

Where your dog can feel at home, even when you're away!

Home Dog Boarding and Doggy Day Care
Call us now: 0117 230 0257

Licenced by New Forest District Council

What We Do

At Home Dog Boarding provides home dog boarding at our home in New Milton, so your dog(s) will stay in a comfortable, friendly home environment when you're away on holiday, business or for any event.

Home dog boarding is a great alternative to dog boarding kennels, so your dog(s) get a home-from-home experience, where they'll live as honorary members of our family.

Fully licenced by New Forest District Council, as required by law, so you can be sure of an excellent standard of care for your pet.

Your dog(s) will sleep in the house, usually in their own bed and not in outside kennels.

Your dog(s) will be walked safely on lead and we'll tailor the time or distance of walks to match as closely as possible to the amount of exercise your dog is used to. They'll also have access to our large, secure garden.

Your dog(s) will be fed their usual food and treats, as near as possible on the same schedule they're used to at home.

This year we have been able to increase our capacity to three dogs, so we're happy to help if you have more than one dog in the family, but we're still small enough to give them personal attention.

Our Services & Prices

We offer boarding for 24 hour stays and upwards to cover holidays and even longer periods of absence. We can also offer doggy daycare on an occasional basis.

Download our booking form (PDF)

No Dog Too Large

Clifford_the_Big_Red_DogSome home dog boarders specify that they only take small and medium-sized dogs, as, of course, is their perrogative.

So we thought we'd mention that we're happy to take the big ones; the gentle giants of the canine world and also some of the breeds too that others might shy away from.

(We're happy with the little ones too!)

Inspection Visits

Before your dog(s) come to stay with us, we highly recommend that you - and especially they - pay us a visit to sniff us out.

This gives you the chance to see that everything meets your expectations, for us to better understand your dogs’ individual needs and, most importantly, it allows your dog to familiarise him/herself with the surroundings so that when they come to stay, it isn’t to a strange place.

Call us now! These visits are always absolutely no-obligation.

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Satisfied Customers

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"My dogs certainly felt at home here. Really well loved and cared for. A perfect home from home for those times when pooches can't come along. Thank you Pamela and Richard." - Ruth Bush, Brockenhurst
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"We wanted to thank you again for giving Casper and Katie a home from home last week - they are so chilled and obviously had a wonderful holiday!" - Ann & Peter Stephenson-Wright, London

Friday, 23 September 2016

Sunday mornings are often like this

Human's eye view

The best part of doing the dog boarding is being surrounded by happy and relaxed animals. None of these had known each other before their stay, but happily coexist in the same space.

Friday, 16 September 2016


We even board headless dogs!

Is this a proud face?

From starting out a little homesick, Darcy soon became a very happy Cavachon boy with a constantly wagging tail, who very much liked rolling and playing in the grass.

Friday, 9 September 2016


Mini sausage grilling in the sun!

Think it's done now.
And so for a nap.
Or a lie-in cuddle.

This tiny girl will melt the toughest heart. Another we could easily have fogotten to give back!

Friday, 2 September 2016

Dylan and Balu

Fortunately, most of our guests get on fine with Balu our cat. As Dylan is still a pup, Balu has been his first encounter with a feline, but as you can see, it's gone pretty well.

Friday, 26 August 2016

Teekee and Baloo

Teekee a very special lady

Baloo professional cat watcher

Recently returned for a couple of days day care, Teekee and Baloo. While Teekee found a quiet corner to curl up next to me, Baloo was back to his usual position watching cat Balu.

Friday, 19 August 2016


Smudge playing with Skie

Smudge and Baloo job-sharing my protection

Our latest new visitor was this lovely collie lad named Smudge. He played well with regular visitor, Skie. While Smudge was here for his holidays, old friends, Teekee and Baloo came for a couple of days day care and the two boys both wanted to be my personal guard dog.

Monday, 15 August 2016


Saturday lie-in: Boswell has fun jumping on and owning the lump in the bed.

Another of our recent visitors was Boswell, a year old sable - foxy coloured - collie boy. He was also here during Maia's stay and the pair of young dogs ran and chased and played and wrestled ... and it didn't take long for the smaller and younger Maia to get the better of Boswell, tackling him and rolling onto the ground, time and time again. And he loved it!

Saturday, 6 August 2016


We met the lovely Maia before - incidentally, her sister is still looking for a home - and Maia has just been back for another stay. Here she is above after a few hours wrestling with Skie.

Maia rolls the big, strong Skie!

Butter wouldn't melt, would it?

Sunday, 31 July 2016


Dylan and his toy in the garden.

This young man, then a 10 month old Cockerpoo, Dylan, has also stayed with us on a couple of occasions already. We're proud that most of our guests become regular visitors. Dylan is a lovely, sociable lad and enjoys friendly wrestling matches with our other guests.

Dylan playing with Skie.
Friendly wrestling, even if Dylan does try some underhand moves.
I reckon Skie wins by a submission!

Saturday, 30 July 2016


Jake playing with Laddie's football.

Jake is my step-daughter's dog, who you may have seen before as the poster-boy on our ads and in our marketing materials. Now, he has to be entered on the register, just like any other visitor, when he comes to stay and has to muck in with any other guests we have staying.

Jake stealing Barry's bed. Obvious as he doesn't fit. At least he looks guilty!
Jake competing in the muddyest ever Collie contest!
Mud, glorious mud! Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood.
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