A Puppy for Christmas – Making the Best Choice – You are considering adding a living, breathing being to your family. One that will be with you for, hopefully, 10+ years, one that you will have to live with day in and day out. A dog is a huge commitment and should not be an impulse buy, nor should it be a decision that is taken lightly.
Keep Your Holiday Merry with Pet Boarding – The sights, sounds, and festivities of the holiday season are not always joyous for our pets. Even if your pet is generally well-behaved and friendly, too much holiday activity can be overwhelming.
Vaccinations Needed for Boarding – The antibodies produced by pet vaccinations protect our precious pups and kitties from contagious and fatal diseases in which they may come into contact. Some immunizations will need boosters throughout your pet’s life. Your vet can provide you with requirements and a booster timeline.
Entrusting the care of your precious pup to someone else is a big step, so finding an established kennel with responsible, loving caregivers is essential to both you and your puppy. How old should a puppy be before boarding?
Manners or Competition –
Whether your dog is shy, outgoing, assertive, or athletic, one thing is certain; all dogs can benefit from manners and obedience training. It’s also possible that you and your pet are destined for the spotlight through agility and competition training!
A Positive Pet Boarding Experience: Are you planning a last-minute vacation before the kids go back to school? With recommendations from your vet or friends and a bit of research on your own, you can find a boarding kennel that will be your pet’s home away from home whenever you travel whether it’s a well-planned or last-minute trip. Here are a few tips to guide you and put your mind at ease.