We are sorry to let you know that we are already fully booked during the bavarian holiday periods and are not able to accept new clients.
Outside the school holidays, reservations can sometimes be made at short notice.
9.11.2022 – 27.11.2022
From the 28.11.2022 on we are back in business for you and your dog.
2022 Bavarian school holidays:
25th of February 2022 to 7th of February 2022
Easter Holidays / Osterferien 2022:
8th of March 2022 to 25th April 2022
Whitsun holidays / Pfingstferien 2022:
3rd of June 2022 to 20th of June 2022
29th of July to 12th of September 2022
Autumn half term holidays:
28th of October to 7th of November 2022
23th of December 2022 to 9th of January 2023
It´s my first visit!
Please do not hang up if we don’t answer the telephone immediately. Looking after our four-legged friends is our number-one priority. This is also the reason why we can’t always instantly reply to written enquiries. Furthermore, we would be very grateful, if you could always only send us plain text emails with the appropriate wording in the subject line (for example: Bello’s holiday 22 to 27 November).
In areas frequented by a lot of animals, vaccinations are extremely important. For this reason, all dogs attending our kennels must have up-to-date vaccinations against rabies, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvoviruses (known as SHLTP in Germany). We also ask that all dogs are vaccinated against kennel cough (Pi) and in the summer we recommend using a product for treating and preventing fleas and ticks.
We advise you to plan ahead for your kennel stay and speak to your vet in plenty of time. For the protection of all our guests, your dog’s current vaccination documents must be presented when your dog is dropped off. Failure to provide evidence of the fact that your dog is fully vaccinated will prevent them from being accepted.
What happens if my dog becomes ill?
I need to cancel my holiday. Can I cancel my booking?
Cancellations must always be made in writing.