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    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Articles.. Contact Us.. Members Only.. FAQ.. Upcoming Events -Next CRF date.. ---------.. All (42).. Cattery (26).. Connaught (3).. -> Galway.. -> Leitrim.. -> Mayo.. -> Roscommon.. -> Sligo.. Dog Kennels (36).. Leinster (23).. -> Carlow.. -> Dublin.. -> Kildare.. -> Kilkenny.. -> Laois.. -> Longford.. -> Louth.. -> Meath.. -> Offaly.. -> Westmeath.. -> Wexford.. -> Wicklow.. Munster (17).. -> Clare.. -> Cork.. -> Kerry.. -> Limerick.. -> Tipperary.. -> Waterford.. Ulster (2).. -> Antrim.. -> Armagh.. -> Cavan.. -> Derry.. -> Donegal.. -> Down.. -> Fermanagh.. -> Monaghan.. -> Tyrone.. Login.. |.. Register.. Dog Kennels.. If you want the very best for your dog check out an IBKCA approved and registered Dog Boarding Kennels.. Your peace of mind and a happy contented pet are the main priorities of our members.. Code of Ethics.. All IBKCA members must undertake to commit to the IBKCA Code of Ethics.. To provide thorough care for the animals entrusted to us, always being attentive to their security, safety, and well-being, and to place their welfare above all other business considerations.. Joining IBKCA.. Joining IBKCA – If you run a professional dog boarding kennels or cattery and would like to join like-minded professionals and improve standards within the Irish Boarding Kennels Industry why not join IBKCA.. Catteries.. If you want the very best for your cat check out an IBKCA approved and registered Cattery.. 43 Resources Listed in Over 39 Categories..  ...   a high standard of care for your dog or cat - always being attentive to their safety, comfort and well-being.. For your peace of mind an IBKCA approved and registered Boarding Kennels or Cattery must provide the service it proclaims to offer.. Categories.. Galway (2).. Leitrim (0).. Mayo (0).. Roscommon (1).. Sligo (0).. Carlow (0).. Dublin (3).. Kildare (6).. Kilkenny (2).. Laois (1).. Longford (0).. Louth (0).. Meath (3).. Offaly (0).. Westmeath (0).. Wexford (4).. Wicklow (2).. Clare (0).. Cork (10).. Kerry (1).. Limerick (4).. Tipperary (2).. Waterford (0).. Antrim (0).. Armagh (0).. Cavan (2).. Derry (0).. Donegal (0).. Down (0).. Fermanagh (0).. Monaghan (0).. Tyrone (0).. Latest Article.. Upcomming Webinars.. Thanks to Mike at MJ first aid training http://www.. webinarbehaviourist.. co.. uk/upcoming-webinars.. html The first one is on the 17th of June at 20:0.. Contact IBKCA.. Call us at 083 1126 175.. Email : info@ibkca.. ie.. Happy Cat.. Recent Articles.. Dog Breeding Establishment Guidelines Jan 2012.. New Pet passport legislation for pets in Ireland and the UK.. Rainbow Bridge- For those who have lost a pet.. Homeless Dog Adopted by Michael D.. What to look for when buying a puppy.. What vaccinations does my dog need before boarding in a kennels?.. FEATURE: Buy and Sell blog's about the IBKCA.. Getting a Pet.. Why should I have my pet neutered or spayed?.. 2012 Copright IBKCA 2011 - Ph - 083 1126 175 Designed and Developed by.. More Creative..

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    Descriptive info: Latest Articles News.. Article Categories.. About the IBKCA.. The articles included here to give you some information about the IBKCA, how it came in to being and what are aims are.. All things cats.. For all you need to know about cats and their care.. This area is still under construction.. Come back in the future as more articles will be added.. All  ...   section is for members only.. Upcomming Events.. This section will keep IBKCA members informed of what's happening in the Association.. Wildlife Corner.. This area contains inforamtion on caring for wildlife.. Featured Articles.. November 8, 2011.. November 14, 2011.. Cat Facts.. November 1, 2011.. November 27, 2011.. January 10, 2012.. January 3, 2012.. Background on the IBKCA.. October 14, 2011.. May 28, 2012.. Latest Articles..

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  • Title: Contact Us «
    Descriptive info: If you want to contact IBKCA directly please use the below contact form but in the case you need to make enquiries to any IBKCA member you need to contact them directly.. via the listings.. Your Name (required).. Your Email (required).. Subject.. Your Message.. Call us on.. 083 1126 175..

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  • Title: Members Only «
    Descriptive info: Protected: Members Only.. This post is password protected.. To view it please enter your password below:.. Password:..

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  • Title: FAQ «
    Descriptive info: The Next CFR Day.. October 20, 2011.. Ireland AM's feature on the IBKCA.. October 15, 2011..

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  • Title: Upcoming Events -Next CRF date «
    Descriptive info: Canine First Responders Course.. A reminder of the next CFR course will be held on September 15th in Abbyliex.. You can register at.. www.. petproblemsanimalfirstaid.. weebly.. com.. Once registered you will then receive the password for the online quizzes and your student CD will be sent by the next post for home study before the class day on the 15th.. This is the only course in Ireland to be fully accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland and supported by the Irish Veterinary Nurses Association.. Vet Nurses attending this class receive 6 cve points.. I am proud to say that I have been awarded the Irish Veterinary Nurse of the  ...   such as Epilepsy or Diabetes.. Please take a moment to have a look through the website for more details.. We can also bring the class day to your own venue, in this case we will donate back €10 per student to your chosen charity or welfare group.. Please contact us for further details and dates.. Thank you for expressing an interest in this very valuable practical skills course.. Bev.. Bev Truss DipCAPBT(COAPE) RVN APDTI010 APHC.. Irish Veterinary Nurse of the Year 2012.. Certified Wildlife Rehabilitator.. petproblems.. thehogsprickle.. Force free reward based training and behavioural solutions.. Veterinary Council of Ireland Accredited Canine Emergency First Responder Courses.. And treats flung with abandon!..

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    Descriptive info: Member Login.. Not yet a member?.. Click here to register a new account.. username:.. password:.. Forgotten password? Click here..

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  • Title: Dog kennels – what to look for «
    Descriptive info: Dog kennels – what to look for.. Security how safe are the gates, fences and kennel doors – some dogs are very adept at opening doors/gates and climbing fences.. Cleanliness – the whole establishment should smell fresh and give an overall impression of genuine care and attention.. Hygiene Adequate facilities must be available for hand washing, washing/sterilising of feed bowls, utensils etc.. Comfort each dog should have a comfortable draught free bedding area and freedom from stress caused by other dogs.. Heating should be available if required.. Water each dog must have access at all times to fresh water.. Food Dogs should be fed a quality food or in accordance with their owner’s specific instructions..  ...   is important.. Boarding dogs quickly learn to predict what happens and when and this in turn reduces stress.. Staff it is important that responsibility for the welfare of all boarding dogs is undertaken only by experienced people who have a genuine interest in the welfare of the dogs in their care.. Staff should be welcoming to all visitors.. Telephone calls should be answered promptly and in a friendly and informative manner.. Transparency Visitors should be welcomed and kennel owners should be proud to show people around the establishment.. The overall impression coming away should be thatof a genuinely caring and attentive attitude on the part of all concerned with the care of the boarding animals..

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  • Title: CODE of ETHICS «
    Descriptive info: CODE of ETHICS.. IBKCA approved and registered members undertake:.. To provide thorough care for the animals entrusted to them.. To always be attentive to the animals safety, comfort and well-being and to place their welfare above all other business considerations.. To deal honestly and fairly with the public and to avoid misrepresentation of their services.. To place service to the customer and to the Pet Care Industry above personal gain.. To respect the confidence of every customer.. To encourage responsible pet ownership.. To take every opportunity to learn more about their profession and how to improve services..  ...   to cooperate with the other professions and trades which operate within the Pet Care Industry.. To avoid unfair competitive practices slander or defamation of competitors.. To avoid actions or business practices which would bring dishonor upon the IBKCA.. To avoid any action that would incur the distrust of competitors or of the Pet Care Industry in general.. To obey all applicable National and Local laws governing animal care and business practices.. To operate their business in such a manner as to reflect honor upon the Pet Care Industry within their local community and the country at large..

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  • Title: Joining the IBKCA «
    Descriptive info: Joining the IBKCA.. If you run a professional dog kennels or cattery and would like to join like-minded professionals and help improve standards within the Irish Boarding Kennel Industry why not join the IBKCA.. All IBKCA registered members must subscribe to and be governed by our Code of Ethics.. The IBKCA Management Committee enforces this code.. Any person with a complaint or concern regarding any registered establishment is encouraged to contact IBKCA immediately.. Such matters will be taken very seriously and will be fully investigated.. All concerned will be informed of the outcome.. If at any time you should feel that we have not lived up to these commitments, we sincerely urge you to bring the matter to the attention of our committee.. On application  ...   a network of kennel and cattery owners across the country,.. Sample boarding contract which was drawn up with legal advice.. Discounts from recommended suppliers.. Discounts to seminars, courses and events organized by the IBKCA.. 2 wall plaques stating you are an IBKCA registered member (these plaques remain the property of the IBKCA).. A free personal page all about your Dog Boarding Kennels or Cattery on our website with a direct link to your own website.. The current joining fee (as of Nov 2011) is €150 which is non-refundable.. Annual membership thereafter is €100 (as Nov 2011) These prices are subject to change.. If you would like to join please contact us by email to.. info@ibkca.. or by phone to our Secretary at 083 1126 175..

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  • Title: Catteries – what to look for «
    Descriptive info: Catteries – what to look for.. Security how secure are the gates and windows of the cattery? Double entrance doors are a must for safety as cats can climb or dart past and escape – double doors prevent this possibility.. Hygiene Adequate facilities must be available for hand washing, washing/sterilising of feed bowls, utensils, litter trays etc.. Comfort each cat should have its own secure unit with a comfortable draught free bed and freedom from stress caused by other cats.. Water each cat must have access at all times to fresh water.. Food Cats must be fed in accordance with their owner’s specific instructions.. Exercise – Each  ...   do not like to be confined with other cats who are strangers to them.. Boarding cats quickly learn to predict what happens and when and this in turn reduces stress.. Staff it is important that responsibility for the welfare of all boarding cats is undertaken only by experienced people who have a genuine interest in the welfare of the cats in their care.. Transparency Visitors should be welcomed and cattery owners should be proud to show people around the establishment.. The overall impression coming away should be that of a genuinely caring and attentive attitude on the part of all concerned with the care of the boarding animals..

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