Travel can be tough on your older dog, so it makes sense if you decide to leave them at home when you need to go away. At the same time, health conditions and the normal rigors of aging means that long hours alone at home can also be problematic. This is where boarding comes in handy – your dog can have round the clock supervision without the stress of traveling. The following tips can make it easier for your pet.
12 December 2016
Long-haired cats are surely beautiful, and many of them have loving dispositions, making them excellent pets. However, the one thing many people don't like about their long-haired cats is the mess they make. Their shedding can mean hairy pillows, carpets, and clothing. Luckily, there are things you can do (other than vacuuming and lint rolling obsessively) to keep the fur at a manageable level. Have the cat groomed regularly. About once a month, take your cat to the groomer for a good, thorough treatment.
28 September 2016
No matter how much you love your dog, there may be times when you have to travel and can't bring Fido with you. In these situations, a boarding kennel can assist with the care of your dog while you are away. Unfortunately, some dogs may be anxious or stressed when dropped off at a kennel facility. Use the following tips to ensure that your dog will be happy and comfortable at a kennel while you are away:
14 July 2016
While there are many reasons why a dog barks, if they do so throughout the day when you are gone, the culprit is likely some form of anxiety. Boredom and loneliness can make the problem worse. While some barking is normal, such as when your dog senses danger, the hours of lonely barking need to be stopped for both your dog's peace of mind and your neighbor's sanity. The following tips can help you overcome this behavior.
21 March 2016