Berg en Dal Kennels and Cattery is situated on a small holding on the outskirts of Pretoria East, in an area known as Zwavelpoort. The name “Berg en Dal” was derived from our beautiful setting meaning “mountain and valley”, with a natural river running through and lush green paddocks for your dogs to exercise in. Bringing your pet to us is giving them a holiday while you are enjoying yours!
Years Of Experience
A luxury retreat for the furry elite
With options for every size, age, and personality, our caring, professional team helps custom tailor a special vacation unique to the needs of your pet for an experience they won’t forget.
One of the main characteristics of Berg en Dal is that the handling of your pet is done on a very personal basis – all dogs are known by their names and their specific needs are accommodated on an individual basis, thus creating a trustworthy relationship with your pet, thus reducing stress levels.
Why choose Berg en Dal Kennels
Our priority is not only keeping your pet happy and healthy but treating them to elevated service and attention during their stay with us. We strive to create a safe, interactive, and engaging vacation where your cat or dog can relax, unwind, and be pampered. Expansive outdoor play yards, for enjoying fresh air daily
Quality & Safety
Schedule your appointment today
Meet the Team
Mrs Van Zyl
Berg en Dal is owned by Mrs. Wieske van Zyl. Wieske and her late husband, started Berg & Dal Kennel some 45 years ago when the late Dr van Zyl, then a practicing veterinarian in the east of Pretoria, identified some shortcomings in the management of the “normal run of the mill kennel”.
As a little girl Antoinette already helped in the kennel, and for the past 20 years has been involved full time as a manager. Her duties include looking after the animals and she welcomes them personally on arrival. Antoinette and Mrs Wieske van Zyl feed and handle the dogs themselves and know all the dogs by their names. The animals therefore trust them.
Our Friendly staff
Our personnel all love working with animals and their duties include the cleaning of the sleeping quarters, making the beds again for that coming evening and cleaning the day camps. During the day they check that all the animals have fresh water and that the camps stay clean.