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Many thanks



We bought 'Blade' our Douge de Bordeaux in January 2014 and he took some time to adjust to his new life with us as the breed is quite dependent and stubborn and he was 2years old at the time. We had already booked our summer holidays before Blade came to live with us so we were concerned about leaving him so soon. We didn't need to worry because as soon as we met Julie, we knew he was going to be treated like a king. We put Blade in the boarding kennels before we went away for 2 days as a trial run so when we dropped him off for the 2 week break he just ran into the kennels like it was his second home. This was such a relief for us as Nash mountain kennels was the only place we visited in the whole area that we truly thought was suitable. We cannot thank Julie enough for how happy our dog was when we picked him up. He was well fed and exercised and all his individual needs met. I have been recommending this place ever since and will continue to call on Julie whenever we need the kennels. 

Thank you so much Julie for looking after our boy,

Love from Cerys and Craig Davies xoxo

We moved to Pembrokeshire in June and had already booked to go to the Ryder Cup so needed to find somewhere for our boys to stay. Found the kennels on the internet and went up to meet Julie, booked immediately. Our boys are GSP's and they love their Humans so don't always appreciate being left behind. We picked them up today and although they were thrilled to see us we could see that they had had a lovely time. Always in the past they lost weight when in kennels and Hector would have a sore throat from barking..not this time ! So grateful to Julie for looking after them so well and giving them so much attention and for letting me text for updates. Won't hesitate to bring them back x

Mandy Bowen, September 2014

              I would like to say how impressed we are with the kennels.

Last year we booked our 2 elderly dogs into the kennels for the first time.We were so impressed with everything.The dogs looked well and were obviously happy when we picked them up.This year due to my husbands ill health he had to go to London for heart surgery so we had to book the dogs in at short notice.We didn't know how long we would be away for but we were reassured not to worry and Julie very thoughtfully sent texts to update us on how our dogs were doing(this is above and beyond the call of duty).As we were in a very stressful place at the time it helped so much to know our two dogs were being so well looked after.Our eldest dog Jacky is not the easiest dog in the world to look after being nearly blind and deaf,but Julie was truly amazing with him.Jr is a year younger(15) and has Asthma,but due to excellent care he was fine.

We have complete trust in Julie and Steve and would highly recommend them to everyone  

Dot and Mervyn, 2014

"Hamish" - my 151/2 year old Westie has been spending his "holidays" at Nash Farm Boarding Kennels for the past 3 years.  He is a very happy old bot but he is now virtually blind and almost deaf and not easy to look after but Julie and Steve go far beyond the call of duty where he is concerned even to the point of moving him into their own home to take care of him when he was poorly during one of his holidays.  He is very happy there and whilst he has difficulty walking now he does enjoy spending time in the garden sniffing to his hearts content and enjoying the sunshine.  Julie kindly keeps me updated on Hamish by sending me regular texts and photographs of him which so reassure me and I greatly appreciate her kindness and thoughtfulness.  I would and DO highly recommend them to everyone and I would not leave Hamish anywhere else because it is the BEST!

July 2015

We have a rather nervous Parson Russell and we've been using Nash Mountain Kennels for over four years.

We have no intention of going anywhere else as, while we were perfectly happy anyway, Julie without realising it, demonstrated to me how well she looks after the animals in her care.

Why and How? Well, Harvey is extremely nervous when making 'first contact' with anybody. He will go close enough to have a sniff but any movement toward him sees him stepping back very quickly. It takes some time for him to build up trust to even let somebody touch him.

Julie has two large grassed pens outside the kennels for dogs to get a bit of exercise and for obvious reasons, the boundary fences are robust and quite tall.

On this particular day, as I was approaching the kennels to collect Harvey, Julie was just in the process of letting him into one of the pens. She had not seen me and importantly neither had Harvey so out of interest, I stopped to watch him enjoy himself.

Harvey ran into the pen and was enjoying himself on the far side when Julie called to him. Harvey, without  hesitation, immediately ran over to her to be made a fuss of.

Now that's a little thing perhaps but quite simply, if Harvey doesn't like somebody, there is absolutely no way he would go to them and while he doesn't bite, well not yet anyway, he makes his displeasure obvious with a display of terrier teeth.

Nothing. He went over to Julie as if he belonged there and that little thing spoke volumes to me.

Taking aside any emotional content, on a business footing, a happy customer is a returning customer and I along with many others go back comfortable that a very important part of our household is being cared for properly and with respect.

Pete Gazzard March 2017