Dog Boarding St Helena
Where your Best Friends Wellbeing and care is at the heart of everything we do.
Oodles Inn is an in-home dog boarding service based in the suburb’s of Melbourne’s East. Above all, love and care of your best friend is the core of the service we provide. We offer long and short-term dog boarding facilities to customers all over the South East/East and Melbourne metropolitan area including St Helena.
Philosophy & Values – Dog Boarding St Helena
At Oodles Inn (servicing St Helena and surrounding suburbs), our philosophy is to provide a happy, healthy, stress-free experience for every guest and to provide them with a luxury boarding experience that feels just like home. We know that socialisation is vital to the happiness of dogs. This can be human or canine companionship and because of this, we provide intimate, nurturing care and ensure every guest is part of the family. Pet parents can rest assured that their best friend is in a relaxing, fun, and safe environment.
We know certainly that your best friend will leave the Oodles Inn holiday barking for more!
At Oodles Inn, we have staff – canine and human meeting the most stringent criteria in the following key areas: guest entertainment and management, canine care, food appreciation, hygiene and finally genuine affection.
The person that takes care of your best friend is certainly as important as the loyal pack they get to play with. With experienced and loving staff on premises , you can feel assured that your best friend is fully catered for.
Meet & Greet is Essential
Prior to any confirmed dog boarding booking, it is mandatory for you and your dog to attend for a Meet & Greet.
After the Meet & Greet it is time for the dog boarding booking. We will need additional information. You can send this through prior to the Meet & Greet or afterwards. You can fill in the form by using the following link.
RULES OF STAYING – Dog Boarding St Helena
First of all, the following requirements are compulsory for any booking. We will need to view your current C5 vaccination certificate. This is available through your Veterinarian. (You need to renew the VACCINATION CERTIFICATE every 12 months). You can use your local vet or one located at St Helena.
All pets booked in for dog boarding must have had recent flea and worm treatment not more than 1 month prior to check. This is as per the Victorian Code of Practice for Boarding Kennels and Catteries. Any dogs coming for boarding that have have fleas or worms will receive immediate treatment. This will need to be paid for by the owner.
Please label all medication with your dogs name.
We can provide food at an additional cost. We find that your dog and you both know what they like so we do encourage you to bring your own food. Please label and place into daily portions. If it is dry food a suitable cup or scoop and specific instructions must be provided.
Pet Toy/Item: You can bring a favourite item. Sometimes the item is damaged or destroyed.
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More Information about St Helena
St Helena (/həˈliːnə/ hə-LEE-nə) is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 21 km north-east from Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Banyule. At the 2016 Census, St Helena had a population of 2,923.
St Helena was settled by Anthony Beale, who had previously lived on the island of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean, working as the paymaster for the British East India Company. When St Helena reverted to British Government control in 1836, Beale retired and moved to England for three years with his wife and sixteen children. In the 1830s, he travelled to the Port Phillip district of New South Wales, travelling via Van Dieman’s Land, where his son Onesophorous drowned in the Tamar River. In 1841, Beale took up a large pastoral lease on the Plenty River, including the area that is now known as St Helena. The Beales’ cottage was called St Helena, after which the area become known.