Rock Lily Cottages welcomes friendly, house trained dogs and their carers. There is a fully fenced yard or deck beside the cottage and a kennel at each location. Dogs are allowed inside the cottages but not in the bedrooms.
We charge $5 extra per dog per day or $20 per week.
Paralysis ticks can kill dogs if not removed. This spring has been a bad one for ticks along the NSW coastline beach areas, so please be vigilant if visiting Bermagui, Tathra, Merimbula, Pambula etc or any beaches right up to the Queensland border. Advantix tick treatment is recommended by our local Vets, but please discuss with your own Vet before travel commences.
Guests Mitch & Maddy on verandah at Clovelly Cottage
The health and safety of our guests and their dogs is very important to us, so we request each visiting dog be wormed and on flea and tick treatment. We also recommend that dogs be vaccinated against parvo (which can be fatal to young dogs) as it can be contracted from public places such as parks. We request these things to keep our property free from worms, parvo and fleas. We recommend that you check your dog/s for ticks during your stay and again after you return home.
What to bring:
House Rules for the dog carers/owners:
Cesune Park Pet Boarding Kennels have opened on Warrigal Range Road Brogo. They can provide overnight or day crèche for your dog/s. For example you may wish to spend a day visiting a National Park, and dogs are not allowed in National Parks.
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NEVER FAR FROM OUR THOUGHTS:
Mr Midnight (border collie) Born 20.8.94 Died 27.6.08 lived a charmed life for 13 years & 10 months. Many guests remember fondly our happy, sociable, extrovert “Mister Midnight” who welcomed and spontaneously visited our guests. He was loving, affectionate, intelligent and brave, always smiling, with one cheeky blue eye and one brown eye. I swear he even had a sense of humour. He loved swallows, eagles, and running through the bushes and briars. It was an honour and a privilege to be his mum. He passed away after a very short battle with cancer. “Kellagem Mr Midnight Blu” out of “Minimbah Nights Illusion” and “Kellagem Hot Sizzler” came from Margaret & Wally Morgan, who breed border collies in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
Tess (border collie) Born 17.4.1996 Died 14.3.2010 lived happily for 13 years and 11 months. Tess was still in puppyhood when we moved to Brogo from the city. Life on 100 acres was a big adventure after a Paddington backyard. As a youngster she would turn inside out with glee each morning, demanding endless pats and tummy rubs before a scramble up the hill through the barbed wire fence, a circle around the neighbours horse a few times, a delicious snack of manure, then back to the verandah with a big smile on her face, tongue crookedly hanging half out of her mouth, tail wagging furiously, it was time for her share of the toast crusts. I remember fondly how she would bury her head in my lap making little snorting noises like a pig! Those were the days my little friend. Now buried beside Mr Midnght her lifelong partner whom she adored. “Trendale Satin Doll” out of Dancinvale Baryshnikov and Dancinvale Keepsake.
Tiffy (maltese x silky x Chihuahua) born 1997, adopted 17 December 2001 – died 18 December 2011. We adopted Tiffy and Kelly (her sister) together from Animal Welfare League when Tiffy was 4 and Kelly 5. The ad said they were not to be separated, and they never were, till now. Tiffy was a tiny 2.5kgs. She was the apple of my eye, my angel, my shadow, following me everywhere either physically, or with her big brown eyes. Large guest dogs didn’t frighten her she was fearless, and told them who was in charge, in no uncertain terms. A special girl and a real personality. When we gave her a tiny piece of toast, she played with it for ages, tossing it in the air, doing a 360 spin, stopping to see where it landed, then tossing it again and again. At 14 years old she was still in good shape, feisty and cute, just a little arthritis, and her death was quite a shock. She had a heart attack one evening just after our dog walk. 2 hours later, her heart stopped beating, and she died peacefully in our arms. Rest in peace Tiffy my Love. Till we meet again.
Dog Lovers Links
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Rescue Dogs looking for a loving home:
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