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Activities Dogs Love

We know that regular human contact and play is very beneficial, so our guests are taken out several times a day, between the hours of 8am and 9pm.

Off lead exercise is so important for a dog. Guests here at The Grove can choose to socialise with other dogs, whether it be running, playing chase and making fellow friends or joining in organised games and activities such as frisbee, football or hide the treat and seek with one of our staff.


We know that not all our guests like to socialise with other dogs and would prefer to play these games individually with us, then they are welcome to choose this option.

Dogs enjoying the fresh air and exercise at our luxury dog boarding kennels in Staffordshire

Some more senior or less active guests may choose to stroll around and daydream or have a cuddle on the bench and just soak up some country air.

All individual needs will always be catered for.


For guests that like a longer walk, we can include on-the-lead walks along a large field and in the surrounding woodland (which dogs love to explore!) to enjoy the countryside and fresh air.

Dog walks and exercise at our luxury dog boarding kennels


Play Gardens

We believe that regular contact with playtime and cuddles is key, creating a trust and friendship which leads to settled and happy guests.

This is why we have 2 large play areas and 5 individual gardens made secure by 8ft fence, surrounded by fields and woodland

Dogs playing in our gardens at The Grove Luxury Dog Boarding Kennels in Staffordshire


Indoor Play Barn

We have also built an enormous indoor play barn, where guests can play on very cold or wet days. Elderly dogs and hairless breeds will love this - because it won't matter what the weather is doing outside, they will be happy, dry and warm!

We have a selection of toys from balls and ropes, to splash pools for hotter days, and treat balls, to keep active minds on the go.

Make an appointment to view our suites and exercise areas