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Questions for a Doggy Day Care

Sooner or later, countless dog owners require the services of a day care or boarding service for their animals. However, it is always prudent to investigate these services and kennels to some degree before leaving your canine there. This way you can make certain your dog or puppy is safe and happy. Here are a few queries to ask a doggy day care service before acquiring their assistance with your animal.

  • Where will my pet be kept?
    You should find out where exactly your dog will be housed. After all, you need to make certain the setting is clean and comfortable. If it is not to your standards, find an alternative kennel or boarding service.

  • How much do you charge?
    Clearly the length of time you leave your animal with the day care service will have an impact on the price. The size and type of your animal may also impact the rate you are charged. Be sure to ask several facilities what their rates are before choosing one.

  • Will my dog be groomed or trained?
    Some kennels actually groom and train animals during their stay. However, this type of service and special attention may cost more money. It is wise to inquire up front if it is something you are interested in.

  • What other animals will be in the building or day care?
    This is an important inquiry to consider. Especially if you have a small dog that you feel could get hurt or attacked. You may even want to see in person how they separate the different animals.

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    Dog day care service is a very exciting profession for many people. They are able to feed, walk, and play games with many different types of dogs and puppies for extended periods of time and, in some cases, in the comfort of their own homes. These services are mainly for people who need to have someone care for their pets when they are either not at home or too busy. Some dog day cares offer boarding and kennel services as well. People working in a facility for dogs must create an environment that will keep dogs and puppies safe and comfortable.

    A day care employee will walk your dog and provide food and stimulating activities. Some employees may even provide training services. Bigger kennels, boarding facilities, and even in home dog day cares may provide instruction for owners on the best nutrition for dogs. Most pet lovers who enter this field are happy to assist both animal and owner.

    Many counties require pet sitting services to obtain special permits and licenses to operate. In many areas, not only does the operator of the service need to have a permit, but the owner of the pet will have to provide proof that the animal is up to date on its vaccines and healthy in order to prevent other animals from getting sick.

    Dog day cares are very valuable for people at work, on vacation, or need someone to train their new puppy. Employees at dog day cares do much more than just watch and feed your pets. They are dedicated to nurturing, developing, and playing with your dog.