What must I bring (Apart from my dog!)?

It is essential that you bring the dog’s passport showing that all vaccinations and flea treatments are up to date.

The correct amount of its normal food together with any medicines etc. This avoids a change of diet which can cause diahorrea.

An item of unwashed clothing of either the owner or the dog so that, at the time of going to bed it can smell home.

What must I NOT bring.?

Your dog’s bed. When there are two dogs sharing a room they can damage the beds. We provide mattresses and place on them the item of clothing you bring.

Their toys or eating bowls. These can cause fights.

Their leads. We have an ample amount.

How do I make a reservation?

Once you have registered your dog on our online system please make a transfer of approximately 25% of the total cost to: 

Account of Residencia Canina Dosrosas, S.L at:


A/c  0081 0200 20 0002553458

Together with the payment include your NAME, your DOG’S NAME and the DATES OF THE STAY. Once you have done this please advise us by telephone or e-mail.

In the event of a cancellation please advise us at least seven days before the reserved stay and we shall refund your deposit.

Opening hours to the public?

We are open for Inspection Visits and for Delivery and Collection of your dog during the following times:

 Summer: (1st April to 31st October) 10.00 to 13.00 and 16.00 to 18.00

Winter:   (1st November to 31st March) 10.00 to 13.00 and 15.00 to 17.00

 We strongly recommend that you bring your dog to us during the morning, It then gets to know its surroundings and its new playpals!.

How do the dogs get on in the ‘daytime parks’?

They leave their overnight rooms between 08.30 and 09.00 and spend the day in the park until ‘suppertime’. They are with one or two other dogs. We normally put a male and female together of approximately the same size and age. When they are first ‘introduced’ there is a member of staff with each dog to ensure that there is no unpleasant incident. 

Dogs miss their owners?

It is normal that they are initially confused when being left without their owner but they soon get over this when we introduce them to other dogs and they start to play and they will eat as normal.

When they return home are they upset to have been left with us?

Normally for the first two days after returning home they can be very quiet but this is not because they are upset, it is because they are tired after their holiday and maybe a bit bored as they no longer have their ‘friends’ to play with.

Do you have a veterinary surgeon?

Normally we do not need a vet. If there is some problem we prefer to call your vet who knows the dog and we have a supply of habitual medicines which we would give only on your vet’s instruction. If a vet is required for an urgent matter our local and very good surgeon is called immediately.