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You want the best for your pet, even when you are away from home. In order to choose a reliable kennel, daycare, or pet sitting service, though, you might need to learn a few key terms that are commonly used in the boarding, training, and grooming industries.

  • Stimulation collar – stimulation collars are used to train dogs by interrupting unwanted behaviors with a small jolt of electricity. Many experts claim that the dogs are not hurt by these collars. You can decide, though, whether you want to hire a day care or pet sitter that uses them to train animals.
  • Clicker training – a positive training system that uses treats and a clicking sound to reward wanted behaviors. It’s often seen as an effective way to train a variety of animals, including some birds and cats.
  • Pinch collar – some pets are harder to walk than others. Pinch collars, also known as choke collars, have pinchers that dig into the animal’s neck when it pulls to hard. Some people say this makes walking dogs much easier. Others, however, see it as a cruel way to change behaviors, especially considering the range of other training techniques that do not cause any pain or choking.
  • Grooming arms – grooming arms hold dogs, cats, and other types of animals still while they are getting groomed. Kennels that offer long-term boarding and grooming services might use these on large breeds to prevent them from getting hurt. Some grooming arms are also designed for small breeds.
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    Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    The Pet Care Services Association is the non-profit trade association for nearly 3000 pet care service businesses in the United States and around the world.
    National Association of Professional Pet Sitters
    Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
    Our association is the most dedicated to serving the needs of our professional members and pet owners nationwide. Let us help you find the pet care services you're looking for today!
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    Norwichtown Pet Resort & Spa
    763 Scotland Rd, Norwich, CT 06360
    We offer a state-of-the-art pet car facility for dog and cat boarding, grooming, obedience training and day camp. Get in touch when you need the absolute best pet care and sitting around.
    (860) 822-6342
    Noank-Mystic Veterinary Hospital
    2 Elm St, Groton, CT 06340
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    (860) 536-6656
    User Review: "Excellent service dr. Otka is a wonderful veterinarian very knowledgeable"
    Scott's Kennels
    9 Ella Wheeler Rd, North Stonington, CT 06359
    We provide boarding services for dogs, cats, and other small animals. We also do grooming, bathing, nail trimming, tooth brushing, and flea dipping for dogs.
    (860) 599-5172
    Warm Valley Kennels LLC
    21 Peters Rd, Bozrah, CT 06334
    (860) 859-3236
    Pampered Pet Salon & Spa The
    709 Windham Rd, South Windham, CT 06266
    (860) 423-3327
    Skyline Kennels
    117 Skyline Dr, Salem, CT 06420
    (860) 859-0353
    Marty's Canine Club LLC
    6 Mountain St, Willimantic, CT 06226
    (860) 423-5554
    Apex Stony Brook Kennel
    513 Raymond Hill Rd, Uncasville, CT 06382
    (860) 848-3044
    Country Lane Boarding Kennels Dogs & Cats
    119 Colonel Brown Rd, Jewett City, CT 06351
    (860) 376-0235
    East Haddam Veterinary Clinic PC
    105 Town St, East Haddam, CT 06423
    (860) 873-8673
    New Inn Kennels
    144 Sheepskin Hollow Rd, East Haddam, CT 06423
    (860) 873-8149
    Quinebaug Kennels
    265 N Society Rd, Canterbury, CT 06331
    (860) 546-2116
    Canterbury Kennels
    208 Gooseneck Hill Rd, Canterbury, CT 06331
    (860) 546-9748
    No Place Like Home Pet Sitters
    21 Dimmock Rd, Waterford, CT 06385
    (860) 437-0800
    Circle K
    94 Young St, East Hampton, CT 06424
    (860) 267-8074

    Pet kennels are boarding establishments for dogs, cats, ferrets, birds, and other domestic animals that need short-term care. Many people use these pet sitting or day care facilities nowadays when they go out of town on business, or for a vacation. Typically cats and dogs are kept in crates or cages indoors. However, they are sometimes allowed to go outdoors for a period of time in order to get exercise or walk around. There are kennel and pet facility locations found all over the United States. Depending on where it is you live, there are likely to be pet kennels nearby. You will find more of these facilities for large birds, small dogs, and domestic cats in large metropolitan areas. It is generally fine to leave your pet with a boarding facility over night or for several days. You can even have the kennel groom and wash your pet. As for feed, you can choose a specific type of food for your dog or cat. Typically animals are allowed to run and play in these boarding facilities. Many of them even have portable cages to sleep in and fences to separate different animal breeds. It is like a home away from home for many pets. One way to gather more information and specifics about pet kennels, animal day care facilities, and boarding houses that babysit pets is by visiting a few in your area. You can also simply contact them by phone to get the answers to questions you may have.
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