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There is a hotel in Hertfordshire just for sausage dogs

PUBLISHED: 12:20 10 July 2017 | UPDATED: 15:21 10 July 2017

'The Sausage Dog Hotel'

'The Sausage Dog Hotel'


Calling all dachshund lovers! Holidays can sometimes be a bit of a worry when you have a dog, but the Sausage Dog Hotel in Hertfordshire is offering a special place for your dachshund to stay while you’re away

'The Sausage Dog Hotel''The Sausage Dog Hotel'

The Sausage Dog Hotel is a hotel with a difference. Tailored specifically to the needs of dachshunds, this St Albans based hotel means that sausage owners can go on holiday without having to worry about leaving their beloved pooches behind.

Since its opening in September 2012, the hotel has been offering the best possible care for sausage dogs. There is the option for either short term or long term care; from just the odd few hours each day to weeks or even months at a time. This means that when you’ve got an event, night out or holiday, you can send your doxie friend to this fantastic home away from home. With its setting in the rolling Hertfordshire countryside, you can rest assured they will be kept busy and very well excercised!

'The Sausage Dog Hotel''The Sausage Dog Hotel'

Other features offered by this unique hotel include daily dog-walking, a pick up and drop off service, and even the option to meet up with other dachshund groups so that your little sausage dog can make friends! Alongside guaranteed round-the-clock supervision of all the tiny guests, the Sausage Dog Hotel is covered with full liability insurance so your pooch will be in good hands.

To find out more, and to book your Sausage Dog in for its holiday, visit the Sausage Dog Hotel website.



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