Skyview Kennels
21 Du Toit Street, Timsrand A.H.
Centurion, City Of Tshwane, Gauteng 1057

Phone +27 84 550 7658

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Welcome to Skyview Kennels
21 Du Toit Street, Timsrand A.H. , Centurion, City Of Tshwane, Gauteng 1057

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About Us

Staff & Knowledge

We have 3 full-time staff working in our kennels.

Our staff ratio is:      1 Staff : 3 Kennels

Our Kennels

We have 10 Kennels with Attached runs: Covered runs:

They were built in 2016 and are licensed for anything up to 30 dogs (maximum).

Less than 20 kennels per building
We're proud to say we have a maximum of 10 kennels in any section of any building.
(The ideal is a maximum of 10 kennels per section)

About our Kennels

Dog Exercise & Play:

Dogs get out of their Kennels for exercise:

Dogs are taken out of KennelsWe're proud to say dogs DO get out of their kennels here.
We know how important it is (mentally and physically) for dogs to play, sniff, run around and stretch their legs.
In other words, for dogs to be dogs!

Dog Walks/Exercise/Playtime with Staff:

Dogs exercised by staff:

25 minutes of walks/exercise with staff provided daily

Less than 20 kennels per buildingWe're proud to say we offer walks/ exercise/ playtime WITH staff.
We know how important it is for dogs to have our company one-to-one.
It's much more fun!

Dog Care

Welfare & Settling In

Comfort items from home allowed:

DAP Therapy used: DAP Therapy (Dog Appeasing Pheromone) used in Kennels

Comfort items We're proud to say we DO allow & encourage comfort items for dogs. We understand how important it is to help your dog relax and feel settled quickly, more at home with us. This is such an easy way to comfort your dog. After all, we all love our home comforts don't we?!


Will you feed the same diet as at home:

Comfort items We're proud to say we DO offer to feed your dog the same diet as at home.
We understand how important it is to help your dog settle in quickly and easily without any digestive problems that would be caused with a change of diet.


Will you feed special/prescription diets:

Will feed natural/organic diets:

Caring for Dogs

Care of Easy-going & Steady Dogs

Care of Active Dogs

Care of Daycare/creche Dogs

Dogs with Special Needs

Separate, quiet section available:

Age considerations:


Senior Dogs

Elderly Dogs

We care for dogs with:

Allergies/ Allergenic

  Digestive Problems

Arthritis/ Arthritic



  Heart Disease

Convulsions/ Seizures/ Epilepsy

  Kidney Disease


  Nervous/ Sensitive/ Separation anxiety


  Skin Problems


Services for Dogs: Other Services:
Collect and return service Collect & Return, or Dog Chauffeur Service Pet Supplies
Professional grooming service Grooming Service (professional option, full bath & cut) Cattery (Cat Boarding)
Hydrotherapy Hydrotherapy Small Animals Boarding
Webcam service Webcam Service Stables
Webcam service Send updates while you're away  

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Guests Gallery

19th Oct 2016


Popcorn was a little sausage dog of 3 months. Within a day he had adapted from townhouse living to large spaces, running around and chasing birds. After 10 days his small fragile frame became strong and stable. It was not only a holiday but a holistic health experience. He changed from a shy timid dog to a confident, bubbly one.

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Latest News

3rd Nov 2016

Animal Talk Magazine August 2016 - Your Guide To Responsible Pet Ownership

My first day at the boarding kennels - a dog's perspective.

~~~~~ CLICK HERE to read this article as a PDF ~~~~~~~
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I'm pretty old by dog standards, and I am arthritic.  My owners have been packing their musty leather bags, and I am getting very anxious.  Jane, who loves me very much, bundles me into the car and off we go.  We drive out into the country, pass through the blue gums, and finally stop.

A smiling young man opens the black metal gate, and we travel up a short, dusty road to a building.  It is quiet. Jane puts on my orange lead and I drag myself off the springy back seat onto the hard stony soil. I look around.  I don't know where I am, but it is peaceful and pretty.

A strange woman pops out from the little flower garden and waves. She bends down to pat me. I can smell other dogs on her, but I can't see or hear any.

Jane leads me to the wooden front door and we climb up a step. We walk through a tidy office and down a beige tiled corridor. The strange lady entices me with a piece of Wors and shuts a glass door between us. I guzzle it down. She watches me for a moment or two, and then I hear her walking away.

I find myself in a cosy, airy room with a big soft black mattress to lie on. I need to investigate.  I sniff around.  I see sunshine on the other side. I limp through the opening and find myself in a bigger room that overlooks a vast stretch of golden veld. There are grey and blue mountains in the distance. For whatever reason, I am not scared. The wind chimes are tinkling int he breeze and the radio is playing.

I hear Jane's car drive off. I realise that I have been left behind and I am a little puzzled. Moments later, the man with the smiling face encourages me down an outside passage.  I find a large fenced-in run all for myself.  It has dark green shade cloth on two sides, with a blue triangle semi-cover overhead for shade and lots of short apple-green grass. Next to the silver gate is a large bowl of fresh water.  I lap it up.

The smiling man then disappears. I can hear other dogs messing around next to me; they are happy. Suddenly there is a bit of an uproar. The smiling man reappears after a few minutes with a bowl full of biscuits covered in yoghurt. I scoff them down. There is quiet as all the other dogs busy themselves in their bowls too. The weather is fine; I sleep a little. The journey was long.

I am woken up by the strange lady. She talks to me in a kind, soft voice and sits next to me on the lawn. I roll over for a tummy tickle and she obliges. I think I quite like this place, but I am wondering about Jane.  Will she come to fetch me and if so, when?  I look out of my run enclosure.  I see cars and trucks passing on the highway and hear the swishing of tyres against the hot tarmac. 

As the sun rises higher in the sky, I am taken back to my day room. A thick grey blanket has been laid out on the floor, which is scattered with some chews, and I stretch out. I listen to some more music and I'm out for the rest of the day.

Later, the smiling man takes me for a walk around the property. I sniff lots of interesting new smells on the way. He waits patiently for me to do my business, and cleans up behind me. The smiling man takes me back to my day room. He surprises me with my brush and gives me a bit of a rub-down. It's back to the run again, and I hear the excited uproar of my companions.  Feeding time descends on us. I peer into my bowl. It is my food from home!
I feel relaxed at last.

The orange sun starts to set, and a cool breeze rises. It's back to the building yet again, and I flop down in the sleeping area on the big mattress, which is now covered with my checked fluffy blanket, and my things surround me.  I am missing Jane. I lie on her jersey and savour her odour, which comforts me.

I have had a great day. There was no noise or any frightening disturbances. It's dark now and some humans are doing the rounds, checking to see that we are all snuggled up.  The lights are turned off and I hear the squeaking noise of the alarm being activated. I am content to know that if each day is like this, I can stay a while. I am safe and fall soundly asleep. The next morning I wake up in my new environment, looking forward to being here today!

Text: Louise Schomburg, Skyview Kennels

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Fees are per dog, per day (includes any tax)

480.00 for a Small Dog

620.00 for a Medium Dog

0.00 for a Large Dog

0.00 for a Giant Dog

Map, Directions, and Driving Distance & Time

Skyview Kennels Boarding Kennels,
21 Du Toit Street, Timsrand A.H. , Centurion, City Of Tshwane, Gauteng 1057

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Bookings, Queries & Appointments

Louise will be happy to discuss your queries about Skyview Kennels Boarding Kennels including bookings, availability, and making an appointment to visit.

phonePhone Louise Schomburg
on +27 84 550 7658

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