Boarding Kennel for Sale
Need more space for your dogs? Or fancy a lifestyle working with animals?
Pets Place Boarding Kennel is for sale. Eastern Cape. Situated in pleasant countryside, 30 minutes drive from beautiful beaches. The premises is suitable for boarding kennels, rescue kennels, doggy day care, or for a dog breeder who wants to keep dogs apart when necessary.
The plot is called Quintin's Field. It was first used for farm land. Around 1989 it was bought by Joan Fourie, a dog breeder and groomer. She built a cottage and began a grooming and boarding business called Pets Haven. She also did small scale farming. In 2002 it was bought by myself. I changed the name to Pets Place and developed the boarding business. Today it is a flourishing business with repeat customers.
The property comprises:
24 dog kennels, most of whom can house several dogs from the same household. At peak times, pets are turned away, so there is potential for expansion.
Fenced grass playgrounds for dogs.
8 cat kennels with catnip gardens.
3 bed-roomed Cottage. Open plan kitchen/living room. One bathroom. The main bedroom has fitted cupboards with two wardrobe hanging spaces and ample shelving.
Single garage with small store room.
Self-contained granny flat which can be used for visitors, staff quarters, or storage. With a little alteration it could be made wheelchair-friendly.
Two wooden Wendy cabins 3m x 6m each
Strong working borehole, and rain water tanks. The borehole should deliver 1200L per hr.
10 hectares with river boundary, suitable for livestock. The property is next to the beautiful Lindale game farm.
Reliable wi-fi and cell phone coverage
The business is a going concern with a good name, good will, advance bookings, and repeat customers. Mentoring and help with relief work from present owner is a possibility if needed.
Pets Place is 20 minutes drive from Grahamstown, home of top class schools, Rhodes University, the annual National Arts Festival, and annual KUSA dog show. The kennels is at Salem hamlet, which has an active church and cricket/tennis club.
Turnover from kennels for year end Feb 2017 was R250,000 this was after the business was downsized because of the owner's health. Before downsizing, the income was more. In 2015 it was R447,085. The business can easily be built up to this figure again as the infrastructure is there. The average number of pets per day before downsizing was 35 pets per day, all year round. The maximum that were accommodated was 70 pets. Pets were being turned away during peak holiday seasons, so there is room for expansion.
It takes courage to relocate and take up a boarding business! It's always stressful to move house. Jesus said, "If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father and I will come to him and make our home with him." My story of how I got the kennels is here - Personal
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