Our Dog Boarding Kennels in Melbourne
Indoor Comfort - Outdoor Fun!
All Breeds Boarding Kennels is staffed 24 hours a day!
A boutique boarding facility in Melbourne where we take the time to make sure your guest receives personal attention. Places at All Breeds are always in demand so make sure you contact us today to secure holiday accommodation for your pet.
Please note: Xmas times are from 23/12/16-03/01/17 where administration staff will be unavailable.
All Breeds Boarding Kennels offers a truly unique approach to boarding kennels in Melbourne. Our facilities boast fully indoor accommodation with heated floors and air conditioned boarding kennels, All Breeds truly sets itself apart from the pack. Situated amongst 300 acres of rolling farmland, there's also plenty of room for your animals to run around and socialise.
All Breeds, located in Lyndhurst, is just 30 minutes from central Melbourne and offers a range of dog minding services, including:
- Indoor Air - Conditioned and heated Boarding Facility;
- Dogs Exercised three times a day in social groups at no extra charge;
- Just 30 minutes from Melbourne - easy access by Monash Fwy or Eastlink;
- New premium Holly Lodge for that next level boarding experience and
- New Pick up and Delivery Service for your convenience.
All Breeds Boarding Kennels specialises in:
- Boarding nervous guests;
- First time boarders;
- Boarding of geriatics and
- Boarding for insulin dependent guests.
For complete care for your pets, try the most sociable, professional dog boarding kennels in Melbourne. Try All Breeds - "The Social Kennels". Our aim at All Breeds is to provide all-inclusive pet care at affordable prices.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR CATTERY IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
For more information on dog kennels in Melbourne and the All Breeds difference, call (03) 9799 9779 or contact us online today.
Featured Pet Tips
One of the public relations problems for boarding kennels today is caused by a much misunderstood disease in dogs called "canine cough," Tracheobronchitis, or often improperly referred to as "kennel cough." This is probably a misnomer, since most dogs that get this disease have not been in kennels.
Make sure you can inspect the kennel facility. A kennel operator should be happy for you to walk through the facility. Make sure you see where your dog will be kept, where dogs are exercised and where their food is prepared. All these areas should be scrupulously clean and well maintained. If possible, have a look at the dog washing areas and office.