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About Whitehouse Kennels & Cattery
Whitehouse Kennels & Cattery was established in the 1990’s by Chris and Brian King and their sons Bev and Jerry. Now, with Brian watching from above, three generations of the family are employed in the business, all sharing a passion for animals. Having six dogs, a cat, three goats, a lizard, fish and many budgies of our own, we understand the special bond that exists between owners and their pets and can assure you that your pet will be in capable hands.
We have continued to update and improve the kennels over the last 28 years to provide the best facilities for your pet. You are very welcome to look around and need not make an appointment. We are located in the picturesque rural village of Eastertown, yet easily accessible from the M5, A370 and A38. We have 15 members of staff many of whom have been with us for over ten years and boast extensive experience in small animal care. At Whitehouse Kennels & Cattery we also have our own pet travel consultant and health and safety advisor, a visiting veterinary practice and two specially adapted vehicles for pet transportation.
We operate the kennelling and stray dog service for three local authorities; Sedgemoor Council, Mendip Council and North Somerset Council. Our hard work and commitment for providing the very best in animal care has enabled us to provide the kennelling services and emergency response for social services for the two local authorities and several breed rescue organisations. Our staff lecture on the BTEC National Diploma in Animal Management at the local college and we are in partnership with several other colleges to provide supervised work experience for the students. At Whitehouse Kennels we strive to ensure that the passion and expertise we have cultivated is passed on for generations to come, so that generations of animals continue to thrive.