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Giving My Pets What They Need

After almost losing our family dog to a preventable infection, I realized that we needed to take her veterinary care more seriously. We started taking her in for regular checkups and focusing on vaccinations, and I know that it has made a few differences. Up until that time, our dog had always seemed a little off, but after she started getting the care that she needed, she would run and play like her peers. I want other pet owners to understand the importance of veterinary care, so I made this website. Find out what you need to do to take care of your pet by reading these articles.

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How To Select A Pet Boarding Facility And Get Your Dog Prepared For The Stay

Are you going on a vacation, but are unable to bring your dog with you on the trip? You may not have anyone who would be able to provide proper care to your dog while you are gone. In that case, it would be best to start looking into pet boarding options. There are different facilities that may be willing to watch over your dog for you while you are gone.

Ask Some Important Questions

Before choosing a specific pet boarding facility, take a few minutes to make some phone calls and ask questions to those who are running these different facilities. It helps to ask several questions in advance to make sure that your pet will be in good hands for the duration of your vacation. These are just a few questions you might want to ask:

  • Are treats provided?
  • Will someone walk the dog on a daily basis?
  • Is there are a room where the animals can play and roam around?
  • What types of services are provided?
  • How much will a stay at the pet boarding facility cost?

You should focus on trying to find a pet boarding facility that provides plenty of meals and treats, takes the animals for walks and gives them some time to run around rather than keeping the animals in cages all day and night. After comparing the different answers given to you by the various facilities, you might be able to decide on the one that is right for your pup.

Get Your Dog Prepared For the Stay

If your dog does not like to leave your side, there is a good chance that your pet will feel a bit anxious and nervous about staying at a facility. If you want to make sure your dog feels comfortable while you are away, consider bringing the animal over to visit the pet boarding facility and the staff members who work there a few days before your vacation even begins.

When you are bringing your dog to the facility for the stay, you might want to pack some comfort items, such as your dog's favorite treats, a favorite toy and even a blanket or pillow that the animal likes to use. These comfort items from home could help your pet relax a bit more while you are away.

Pet boarding is a great option for those who are planning to travel and are unable to bring their pets along with them. If you know you are going on a vacation and cannot bring your dog, consider looking into different facilities earlier on to find one that is suitable for your dog. Contact a pet service, such as at Sylvan Corners Pet Hospital, for more help.