Boarding dogs are a great way to ensure they are well cared for in their absence. This costs money but ensures that the dog has everything he needs and is not left alone for days on end. Dogs can play, walk, walk, eat, sleep, drink and enjoy their days without feeling lonely and sad.
Plus, owners don't have to worry about their furniture being ripped off by a bored dog and needing to do something.
What should you bring to the boarding house?
Before taking your dog to an animal shelter, you need to make sure he's ready. The first thing you need to do is call and get quotes from various companies. Ask any questions you have and make sure they have time while you're gone. Not all facilities are created equal; Some have different requirements and limitations.
Usually, food is something you need to bring for your pet. If you don't pay for this, the company will charge you for the food and it will most likely be expensive. Bring more than enough to make sure your pet has what they need to keep them full. Bring dry and wet food with you if they eat from time to time. Also, add special feeding instructions or information on how/when to eat.
Bring proof that your dog has had all the vaccines and vaccinations required by the detention center. You've probably done this already, so you probably don't need to see a vet.