|A||43 Main Road|
|P ||03 6353 2328|
|M||0427 945 511|
A place to stay while the folks are away
Carisbrook House is located in the idyllic town of Legerwood in the Scottsdale area. Set among pastureland, the kennel is a full enclosed facility offering large individual enclosures for every dog in a fully air-conditioned and heated environment for guests' comfort winter or summer.
A number of large outdoor runs with water and shade provide guests with exercise and playtime in the fresh air.
Facilities at Carisbrook House include:
Luxurious accommodation with raised beds and toys in private enclosures
Fully heated and airconditioned comfort for all weather
Pick up and delivery available on request
Large exercise areas
Vet on call 24 hours in case of emergencies
Carisbrook House is a fully enclosed facility with air-conditioning and heating to make your dog's stay a pleasurable one in all weather.
The individual enclosures are large to suit all size dogs and each has an automatic water bowl, a raised bed and toys.
The outdoor exercise yards are large and have automatic water bowls and shade to make time spent outside in the sun and fresh air fun.
All dogs are exercised daily while their individual enclosures are cleaned and their toys rotated.
Special needs can be catered for, but the normal menu includes home made meals of mince, vegetables, fruit and vitamin supplements.
Grooming is also available - whether just for a wash and pamper before going home or a full clipping and grooming.
At Carisbrook House we aim to make your dog's stay as pleasurable as possible
Legerwood is a small rural town famous for its War Memorial Tree Carvings. About 20 minutes from Scottsdale and about 45min from Launceston, Legerwood is easy to get to and convenient for those travelling to the East Coast for their holidays.
My name is Maxine Bellingham and my husband Arthur and I live in the Scottsdale area of northern Tasmania with our family of poodles.
Most of life has been spent with dogs, breeding and showing them. I first started in dogs when I was 23yrs old, first with bassett hounds then on to dachsunds and maltese terriers. For the last 25 years I've been involved in poodles exclusively. I started with toy poodles and then moved on to include miniature poodles as well. I've bred and made up many champions along the way in both varieties. Even including one standard poodle, our special girl Zena.
Poodles are a big part of my life and have always been my passion. Arthur is often away from home with his job and my poodles have always been companions and have looked after me as much as I look after them.