We provide the very best dog home boarding near you in Hastings, Rye and Battle. Dogs deserve a holiday too!
“Dogs put a smile on your face every day! Barking Mad means I make a difference to so many lives both hosts and customers”
Hi my name is Lorna and I am thrilled to be the proud owner of Barking Mad Hastings. We are a professional home from home dog sitting service in Hastings and surrounding areas.
I’m proud to be able to organise your dog’s holiday, spending time with your dog and finding out what makes them tick.
We then match your best friend to one of our many experienced dog-loving hosts so they feel right at home. Your trial with a specially picked dog loving host family, takes all the worries and headaches away so you can relax knowing they are having just as good as holiday as you.
Barking Mad would be your dog’s choice – The better alternative to kennels.
I have always been a dog lover having grown up with many different breeds and temperaments of dogs. I’ve always adored the companionship and enjoyment a dog brings to your life. I live with my dog, Smurf. He’s a little Patterdale who’s starting to look more and more like Pupa Smurf these days, with his very grey muzzle.
Being a dog owner myself, I have also faced the worry and headache of trying to find suitable dog sitters whilst on holiday. I have even considered not going at all because I just couldn’t bear the thought of my beloved furry friend not having the lovely walks, care and attention that they would normally receive and the separation anxiety and stress this can cause.
After working in the motor industry for 15 years I felt ready for a new challenge and when I discovered Barking Mad, I knew that it was perfect for me.
If you are a dog lover and would like doggie company without the fulltime commitment, joining my host community could be perfect for you and I would love to hear from you. I will provide you with 24 hour support – 7 days a week. Covering postcodes TN31 –TN40. Having lost my adorable Staffie, Tia, after she fell ill a couple of years ago, I can really empathise how it feels to live without a dog.