Hello and welcome to the website of Ingliston
Cattery and Kennels.
We are a long-established cattery and kennels
in the heart of Scotland and operate a friendly, caring
and personalised service at competitive prices.
We are conveniently situated near Edinburgh Airport
with easy access from Edinburgh, Lothians and Fife
and the surrounding areas. We provide spacious, heated
accommodation for cats and dogs. Within our site we have our own Pet Grooming Studio we also offer a Pet Taxi Service.
Please feel free to look around our website to find
out more about us and our services - we look forward
to meeting you and welcoming your pet into our care!
You can phone us on 0131 333 1307 or email us at
We are open for boarding vaccinated cats and dogs. There are no cancellation charges.
Please phone or email in advance to arrange a time for an entry, exit or pet food sale.
We are taking measures to protect both you and our staff. Eg We prefer to have proof of vaccination photographed and emailed to us in advance, rather than shown on entry.
Reminders to all customers
We are unable to accept any pets without their up to date vaccination card on arrival.
We require all pet's to be de-flead & wormed no more than 4 weeks before their arrival date.
Pet Taxi Service
Transport of pets is always a challenge for owners without cars or who lead
a busy schedule. Now we can collect your pet from your home with our secure
pet transport service, saving you precious time when you need it most. The
comfort and safety of your pet is our priority. We can also deliver you pet
safely home from our kennels and cattery when their stay is over.
Kennel Cough Vaccination
We have reconsidered our policy on kennel cough vaccination. We now encourage our customers to have their dogs vaccinated against it. However, we still accept dogs that do not have the kennel cough vaccination. The reason for this is that the current vaccination does not protect against all the strains causing kennel cough; A dog may still catch this infection, even if it has been vaccinated. We recommend that you ask your vet about this.