Christmas Dinners for Dogs!
Christmas preparations are underway…
October has been another eventful month down at Green Lane Farm, as we have enjoyed having a host of animals – both big and small – come and stay with us. And, as the summer comes to an end and Autumn firmly takes hold, it is time for us to begin preparing for our next busy period – Christmas!
Christmas is a particularly busy time for us here at the farm, due to people taking winter breaks away over the seasonal period or having to find a temporary home for their pets whilst relatives and friends come to visit or they go to stay with them. We try and make Christmas as fun and entertaining as possible for all the animals we look after and, as a result, ensure we offer a family atmosphere and the highest possible standard of care at all times.
This year, Christmas promises to be our most exciting yet as preparations are underway for our first ever Christmas Dinners for Dogs! Consisting of a delicious mix of fresh cooked turkey, pigs in blankets, sausage meat stuffing, peas, carrots, Yorkshire pudding and gravy, our Christmas dinners sound good enough for us but are, in fact, being offered up to all the dogs who will be staying with us on Christmas Day. Charged at just £3 for small to medium dogs and £5 for large to extra-large dogs, the dinners are guaranteed to make the day special for your beloved dog and are a fantastic Christmas treat!
The initial idea for the Christmas dinners started last year when Kelly had lots of left-over dinner so split it between the rescue dogs who were in her care at the farm at the time. The plan is now up and running and there has already been massive interest, which we are all really excited about! So, if you would like some more information about our Christmas Dinners for Dogs, or any of our boarding kennel services, get in touch today.
We have also been incredibly excited here at Green Lane Farm to hear that Claire, one of our longest standing employees, is expecting a baby! Claire has been with us for about 6 years now, having already worked part time for a while when she was 15, and works in a management role in the animal department. A much loved and respected employee, she is exceptional with the animals and has gained trust with the team here, as well as our clients and visiting animals. She is going to be missed tremendously, and is leaving a mighty huge pair of boots to fill, but we are all extremely happy for her and wish her, and her partner, a happy pregnancy and the best of luck for the baby and the future!