Definition of boarding kennel in English:

boarding kennel

Line breaks: board|ing ken¦nel

noun

British
A place in which dogs are kept and looked after, especially while their owners are on holiday.
More example sentences
  • I rang round all the vets in Lancashire, the local boarding kennels and the dog wardens.
  • Another tenant on the estate has recently acquired a permit to train racehorses on the farm, while another has abandoned a pig enterprise and developed high-quality canine boarding kennels.
  • We've got a new business pack from the bank and will still be looking into our dream of running our own boarding kennels but for the time being, we think we would need a lottery win to get that one off the ground at the moment.

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