Spring break will be here before you know it and summer is right around the corner. If your plans include travel and Fido isn’t invited, here are a few things to consider when deciding where and who will care for your four-legged family member while you’re away. boarding your pet
Before Boarding Your Pet, Plan to Ask:
Is my pooch up to date on vaccinations?
Ensure vaccinations are required for other animals boarded in the same facility.
Can I take a tour?
Visiting the facility and meeting staff members who will be caring for your dog can help you determine if it’s the right fit. Plus, provides peace of mind while you’re away.
Are the staff and facility certified?
If your dog is injured, know who will provide treatment. Also, find out if your pet will need to be transported to another location for care.
What will my dog do all day?
Some places keep dogs kenneled most of the day. Alternatively, others provide an open area for dogs to play and socialize with other pet guests.
Where will my dog sleep?
Just like time spent during the day, some facilities require pets each sleep in a separated area. Others offer a slumber party environment.
Can I bring my own dog food?
Let the facility know if your dog has a special diet or feeding schedule.
Whether you use these as a starting point or have your own questions, the most important thing is that you feel comfortable knowing you’ll return to a pet that is tired but happy. boarding your pet
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We only get limited time with our pets. Make the most of it! Contact our Agency Services team at 1.877.652.2638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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