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

  • Provide Your Puppy With a Pampering Session and Adorn Them With Personalized Items Prior to a Pet Parade

    24 January 2017

    If your new, long-haired puppy will be walking beside you in your neighborhood's upcoming pet parade, treat them beforehand to a pampering session and adorn them with personalized items by completing the steps below. On the day of the event, proudly display your pet and invite friends and family members to take photographs of the two of you as you both strut down the road.  Materials pet-sized wash basin buckets of lukewarm water pet shampoo cup towels detangling spray flexible pet comb soft-bristled brush hair dryer scissors nail clippers pet treats monogrammed bandanna and leash personalized hair ribbons Wash Your Puppy's Body 

  • Relying On A Boarding Kennel For Your Guinea Pig? 3 Ways To Make It A Good Experience

    22 November 2016

    When you're planning a vacation away from home and are going to be away for several days to over a week, it's important that you make arrangements for all of your pet's care. If you have a guinea pig and are thinking of using the services of a boarding kennel, you'll need to make sure that you do your best to ensure that your guinea pig is comfortable and isn't experiencing any extra stress that could have been prevented.

  • When to Have Your Pet Shaved

    1 August 2016

    When it's 95 degrees in the shade, just looking at your golden retriever may make you hot. Even your cat may look miserable, although it can be hard to gauge a cat's mood. Your heart goes out to your poor, panting pet who is stuck wearing a fur coat all summer long. Should you help your pet out by having all that thick hair shaved off, or should you trust that nature knew what it was doing?

  • Three Things To Ask A Breeder Before Buying A Goldendoodle

    24 June 2016

    Goldendoodles are often viewed as great family pets because they do not shed a lot and have a sweet, loving temperament. Goldendoodles are a breed created by breeding a golden retriever with a poodle. When looking to purchase a Goldendoodle, it is important to take your time to ensure that you are actually getting the Goldendoodle you want. The guide below walks you through a few things to ask a breeder before purchasing a Goldendoodle.

  • 2 Unsafe Kitty Favorites – And Safe Cat Toy Alternatives You Can Try

    2 February 2016

    Cats are curious creatures, and they find ways to play with some of the strangest things imaginable. While this characteristic is cute, it can potentially cause harm to your cat. Here are two common cat favorites that aren't safe for them to play with – and alternatives you can offer which are. Crinkly Plastic Cats may find the sound that pieces of crinkly plastic (like the plastic film covering DVD cases) absolutely irresistible.