snakes alive have been providing reptile and small animal boarding for exotic animals since 2008 so whether you need care for your animal whilst you are on holiday, moving home or perhaps in need of some respite do not hesitate to contact us.
Our boarding facility is run from a purpose built animal room in our back garden which benefits from a high level of supervision. Enclosures are maintained to a high standard and are adapted to suit each occupant's individual requirements no matter the size or habitat. As with all our animals welfare and enclosure checks are performed and documented daily for your peace of mind. If your animal requires medicine or medical treatment we are also able to offer this with your permission and discretion.
This high level of personal care comes at the flat rate of £4.50 per animal, per day; we even offer a 10% discount on multiple animals sharing an enclosure. To make life even easier we can collect and drop your animal off to your home* and will even perform home visits to care for animals you are unable to transport*. Unfortunately our insurance doesn't cover the care of cats or dogs.
*Additional fees apply.
WHY CHOOSE US?
We have individually controlled enclosures so we can regulate the optimum temperature and daylight hours each occupant receives. Daily care and feeding is specialised for the species alongside your recommendations.
You are welcome to come and view the enclosures prior to boarding your animal. Feel free to email us to discuss when is convenient.
5* AAL LICENCE
Having run at Zoo standards for five years and holding the Performing Animals Licence we promptly received our 5* Animal Activities Licence (AAL) when the law was passed and are regulated by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council. This licence helps demonstrates our dedication to animal care, welfare and hygiene standards.
By providing home-based animal boarding we can provide around the clock care for your animals. This is particularly beneficial for nocturnal animals that are not always seen or active during the daytime. Late night and early morning checks allow for more natural routines and enables us to notice changes in behaviour and health quicker.