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Kennels & Pet Boarding
Kennel and pet boarding facilities are available to help dog and cat owners care for their furry friends while they are away. Daycare is common for short term care, while boarding is for a longer period of time. Whether you are heading out on vacation or need the pet watched for a while, there are many boarding houses as well as hotels and training camps for canines and cats. Many of these resorts offer cage-free kennels, but all boarding facilities are different. Sitting for your pets takes quite a bit of work. At such resorts they often groom, walk, train and exercise your pet. Necessities should always be provided for, such food and water, as well as transportation – though puppy day care and other pet sitters may not offer taxi service to travel with your animal. You may require more information before allowing your dog to reside in someone’s house or kennel.
Breeding Kennel - A breeding kennel is a formal institution for acquiring purebred dogs. These facilities or family homes must follow rules set by varying breed clubs, as well as kennel councils and implemented legislation.
Boarding Kennel - A dog can be housed temporarily for a fee, and is an alternative to using a pet sitter. Many boarding kennels work to reduce the stress of their live-in friends, due to the worry that an unfamiliar and crowded environment would make a cat or dog anxious. To solve these issues, playtime is implemented, along with familiar objects, such as blankets or toys from home. Sometimes, these facilities will offer obedience, and other forms of training.
Kennel Cough - This is a form of bronchitis that is very contagious and affects many dogs annually.
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If you're about to go on a trip and are in need of pet sitting or boarding services, find them through our association. Make sure you choose one of our preferred members to know you can trust their services.
If you have a pet and are going out of town, you should consider a kennel or pet boarding facility. While a pet sitter may not be as expensive, that entails giving someone the keys to your house, which can be a little scary. And you have to worry about the sitter’s ability to transport your pet if there is an emergency.
A kennel, or doggy daycare, provides you with a safe and supportive environment for your furry friend. Many of these pet boarding facilities are like puppy resorts. They will groom and walk your dog, also teaching obedience and tricks for a price. Training can be a challenge so this service won’t be free, but if you purchase this service you can come home from vacation to a new dog.
When picking a daycare for your canine, you should ask several questions about the size of the cages and how much time the animals get outside. You should also check that your pet will get exercise, and that he will have plenty of food and fresh water.
If you are looking for a kennel for your cat while you travel, you should also ask about what safety precautions the facility has in place. Cats can carry contagious diseases, and you want to make sure your pet is in a safe place.
If you hire a sitter, you may never rest as easy in your hotel. The minute you get in the taxi to go to the airport you might wonder if the person you gave your keys to is someone you can trust. But with a kennel, it’s like you pet is off at camp, getting his own vacation.
A pet boarding facility might just be the best option for you, and your furry friend.