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Animal Pension

Our animal pension offers over 180 square meters of comfortably furnished indoor spaces and a fenced outdoor area. Providing plenty of room for play and fun for your pets.


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Other services such as cat and rodent boarding remain open and available.

To book a stay for your cat or rodent contact us below

Please refer to the respective pages for dogs, cats, and rodents to view the price lists.

Please also note that all food is meticulously prepared by our team or sourced from organic, non-processed brands. Our commitment is to provide your animals with natural and wholesome ingredients. If your pet has specific dietary requirements or preferences, please inform us before their stay. We welcome you to inquire about our available food options and the benefits they offer to your beloved pets. Feeding is included in the prices of our respective services. As well as morning and afternoon walks for the dogs.

For all pet boarding services, encompassing our dog, cat, and rodent accommodations, a preliminary in-person interview is a mandatory requirement. While dogs are obliged to participate in this face-to-face meeting, cats and rodents may join us once we've conducted a one-on-one meet and greet with you. This approach affords us, as well as you and your cherished pet, the opportunity to familiarize ourselves with the facility and ensure their comfort during their stay.

We kindly request that you refrain from vaccinating your pet within 14 days before their stay at our animal boarding facility.

When should vaccination be avoided?

According to the recommendations of the Standing Committee on Vaccination (STIKO) of the Robert Koch Institute in Germany, vaccination should not be administered when:

  • The recipient is currently ill: In this case, vaccination should only be considered at least two weeks after recovery.

  • There is a known allergy to vaccine additives (e.g., antibiotics, chicken egg protein): In such instances, alternative vaccines should be considered, or vaccination should be avoided.

  • There is a congenital or acquired immunodeficiency: Whether vaccination is possible should be determined by an immunologically specialized doctor. Live vaccines are excluded in these cases.

  • The individual is pregnant: Generally, vaccinations should not be administered during pregnancy, especially live vaccines.

  • Surgery is planned: Killed vaccines should be administered at least one week before planned surgery, while live vaccines should be administered at least two weeks before. After surgery, the vaccination interval should be at least two weeks.

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