Hollygrove Kennels are located on seven glorious acres of rolling countryside in Newcastle in County Dublin. Only three miles from Lucan, close to the M50 and accessible from the N4 and N7, our kennels are easily accessible no matter where you’re travelling from.
Since being established in 1996, we have built up a loyal customer base and are highly recommended by local vets in the surrounding area.
Our attention to detail with regards to cleanliness and hygiene along with our dedication to providing excellent care for your dogs has led to our reputation as one of the leading dog kennel companies in Ireland.
Here at Hollygrove Kennels, our fully trained staff are on duty at all times and have a wealth of experience in looking after all breeds and sizes of dogs. You can be safe in the knowledge that your family pet is in good hands and is being looked after. Not only are we on-site at all times but there is also CCTV monitoring for added security. In the case of any emergencies, there are vets on call in the locality. Dog collection and delivery times are from 10am-11am and 5pm-7pm every day, however, if you are unable to make these times just call us in advance and we will be happy to accommodate you.
So bring your dog to a home away from home here at Hollygrove Kennels in County Dublin.
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" I could not recommend Hollygrove Kennels highly enough. On every occasion that we have left our Newfoundland Brendan in Nigel, his family and his excellent staffs care, we can rest assured he is receiving the best of treatment. Our dog is the first baby of the family so he only ever gets the best. Hollygroves grounds are impeccable and the kennels are always well maintained. I call them kennels but they are actually refurbished horse stables, so plenty of room when the pups are indoors. We always receive a friendly and personable service, and Nigel himself is always up for a chat and an anecdote. I would never consider leaving Brendan anywhere else.
We feel valued as a customer and have only had a positive experience with everyone at Hollygrove. Whenever we have had to get Nigel and his team to administer any medication to Brendan, if he was unwell when we had to leave him in, we could rely on Nigel and his team to see Brendan through his illness in our absence.
Most recently we had to depend once more on Nigel and everyone at Hollygrove as we were expecting our new baby girl. As is the way with these things, we missed our due date and we couldn't be certain of when we would be back home. One call to Nigel sorted out any concerns we had regarding Brendans care. We were told to drop him in and collect whenever we were settled back at home. This level of service was not only a huge comfort to us during an already stressful time, but it guarantees our patronage in the future."
" Just picked up my Rottie Cross Iris from another stay at Hollygrove Kennels where she has been going any time we've been going away for several years now. The facilities are amazing and it's such a comfort knowing she's well looked after while I'm away. Can't recommend Hollygrove highly enough. "
" We have been using Hollygrove Kennels for a while now and they have been great to deal with. Top class service. Our dog loves going there. "
" Hollygrove Kennels was highly recommended by a work colleague of mine and I was not disappointed. My dog Rosie a highly excitable collie was well minded and safe. The owners were very friendly and I knew my dog was in good hands. Thanks again Vivian & Nigel we will be back again. "
There are a number of elements that one must keep in mind as a dog owner in order to ensure a healthy and happy pet.
Health From post-natal dog care to deworming puppies, there are a lot of things to think about when it comes to your dog’s health. The best thing to do is to ask your vet. The average life span for a dog is 13 years however this is dependent on breed. Please see our ‘Vaccinations’ section below for more information.
Feeding Like humans, dogs require a balanced and healthy diet consisting of protein, carbohydrates and fat. It is important that you regulate and monitor your dog’s eating to avoid them getting too thin or too fat. Some of our top tips include the avoidance of bones and healthy snacks.
Socialisation The most important period of socialisation for a puppy is between eight and 16 weeks. During this time, a puppy is supposed to interact and become familiar with an array of experiences such as traffic, strangers and children. If you hide your dog away during this time, it can grow up to be fearful.
Housing From wooden kennels to soft beds, it is easy to create a nice space for your dog to rest. Some breeds prefer soft bedding while others get joint swelling from sleeping on hard floors. Find out what your dog wants by asking friends who have the same breed. Do go for something that is easily washed.