dog boarding - tips to keep your dog comfortable
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dog boarding - tips to keep your dog comfortable

We adopted our dog about four years ago. Since then, our family has not gone on a vacation because it is difficult to do with a canine family member. As I watch my kids grow up and hear all of the stories that my friends tell me about their family vacations and all of the wonderful memories that they have created, I regret that we haven't gone on a trip. I began looking into some options for boarding my dog and found some great places to take him. Then, I began looking up information about how I can make his time at the boarding center easier on him. To learn the tips that I have found about keeping your dog comfortable while he stays in a boarding facility, go to my site.


dog boarding - tips to keep your dog comfortable

  • 3 Tips To Help Soothe Your Cat While They're At The Pet Boarder

    20 May 2015

    Finding a clean, reliable, and safe pet boarder is the very first step to making sure your kitty is safe and sound while you're away from home. However, you can take steps beyond that to make sure your cat is as comfortable and stress-free as possible, too. Before you drop off your cat at the pet boarder, try these three tips to help keep them soothed while you're away. Pheromone Collar

  • 3 Ways To Make Your Dog's Boarding Experience Successful

    14 May 2015

    If you are going on a vacation with the family and you can't bring your dog along then you may consider dog boarding. Dog boarding is a great option for your dog when you are going away for a short amount of time, since dog boarding will provide a comfortable environment in which their needs are always attended to and they are able to socialize with the other dogs that are staying there.

  • Can Special Needs Dogs Go To The Groomer? What You Should Know

    30 April 2015

    When you adopt your dog and they become a part of your family, you never imagine that your dog is or could ever be considered "special needs." However, if your dog has mobility issues such as a missing limb, or sustains an injury that renders them unable to stand up on their own for prolonged periods of time (spinal cord injury, nerve damage, or torn ACLs, to name a few conditions), most veterinarians and pet grooming facilities would consider them special needs.