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No matter how much we might love our dogs, there are still times where we are forced to stay away from them. For example: Taking your dog along while you're on a business trip, isn't a very bright idea. You will have meetings to rush to, from one part of town to another. Meanwhile, your dog will need looking after. Rather than having to go through the trouble of finding a reliable dog sitter in your travel destination, you'd be better off leaving your pet friend at a care home back in your town of residence.
If you are new to dog parenting, here's a guide to
help you locate trustworthy dog care home where you can board your dog, the
next time you go on a trip -
How to find suitable dog care options
In order to find dog care that makes your dog most
comfortable, you need to learn about the different dog care options available to
you and know what your needs from the dog care are. Every pet boarding option
comes with its set of pros and cons. You determine which is right for you and
your dog. Safety, not the dog's happiness, should be the topmost priority when
choosing your dog care.
Types of dog care
- Pet-sitter – The best possible scenario for dog care, when you're away, is to have somebody agree to pet-sit at your house. You won't need to worry about the security of your house or your pet this way. You could ask someone to pet-sit for you or look up professional pet-sitters online. If you are choosing your professional pet-sitter online, be sure to check his/her customer testimonials.
Inversely, you could also drive your dog to the pet sitter's home. It would provide them with a homely environment and the care they need. If your dog has behavioral issues, it's best not to leave them with an untrained pet-sitter.
- Dog Kennels – Dog kennels won't make your dog very happy but at least, it will keep your dog safe. If your dog happens to be untrained, aggressive, and not yet fully socialized, dog kennels could be the correct option to board your dog, when you're away. However, many dog kennels can be quite noisy and cramped. If you do decide to keep your dog at a kennel, verify the care routine that they will be subject to. You don't want to leave your dog in the wrong hands when you're gone. Maltreatment and violence of any kind could be traumatic for your canine and impact his actions and behavior, for a long time to come.