Very happy for little Brandon, he's won the DSPCA anniversary competition - a night's b&b with dinner, walks, plays and cuddles with the DSPCA Boarding Kennels. It was just a draw but it generated disproportionate excitement in our house. http://www.dspca.ie/GuestPhotos
Initially I was worried about placing Brandon in any kennel because we never have done so with our other dog and he had experienced being in a pound so didn't want him to feel abandoned by us. Brandon can have some difficulty being friendly to other dogs. The staff use the detailed information sheets you complete about the pet to learn about their likes/dislikes. I need not have feared, he's been back since for no particular reason just for him to have a break from the other dog in our home (who's lovely but Brandon has to micro-manage him at times he feels).