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Kennels & Pet Boarding Questions

Pet boarding resorts and hotels are available for owners who are going on vacation and need to find a facility to house and care for their dog or cat. Many kennels have varying options for your animals, including cage free care, along with grooming, obedience training and exercise. The kind of day care you get for your canine or cat may depend on the breed. Some kennels specialize in puppies, and may even offer a taxi service to transport your dog to different destinations. In either case, a dog or cat owner should have questions for these pet care facilities so they can be more informed about the place they are leaving their beloved pet.

  • What services will be provided with pet sitting?
    While you travel, a kennel will provide day care, and general tenderness. They provide food and water, as well as walks and in some cases, one-on-one time so the pet doesn’t feel ignored. They may also offer training courses. They may also offer a puppy camp, while they sit for your dog.

  • Are kennels regulated?
    Any reliable or trustworthy kennel should be run via the rules implemented by kennel councils and relevant legislation. Check on the conditions to assure that this is the right place for your cat or dog.

  • What do boarding kennels charge?
    The annual boarding fee that a dog owner will pay is $225, while cats should cost something around $149. These expenses will vary depending on the resort; it may also depend on the accommodations that you want for your pet.
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    18675 Willamette Dr, West Linn, OR 97068
    (503) 635-3523  
    The community's premier pet supply, dog daycare, grooming and self serve dog wash. Visit us and take a tour of our safe and fido-friendly facilities. You will love what you see.
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    18211 S. Henrici Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (971) 252-1894  
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    Scappoose, OR 97056
    (503) 860-6470  
    Our mission is to provide the best possible personal care, service and attention for your pets in their own safe and comfortable environment. Our professional sitters tend to dogs, cats, small mammals, birds and fish.
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    939 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 223-4602  
    Dogstar Write review for this local business
    1313 NW Kearney St, Portland, OR 97209
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    Virginia Woof Dog Daycare Write review for this local business
    1520 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209
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    1132 SE Salmon St, Portland, OR 97214
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    8065 SE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
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    1717 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR 97202
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    3351 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
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    Dogs In The City Write review for this local business
    3255 NE Broadway St, Portland, OR 97232
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    Rubys Day Care for Dogs Write review for this local business
    601 NE 28th Ave, Portland, OR 97232
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    Howliday Inn Doggie Hotel Write review for this local business
    940 SE Madison St, Portland, OR 97214
    (503) 230-1050  
    Townhouse Petcare Center Write review for this local business
    2965 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
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    Alpha Dog Daycare and Boarding Write review for this local business
    1735 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214
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    Safe Journey Dog Boarding Write review for this local business
    3525 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, OR 97202
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    Virginia Wood Dog Daycare Write review for this local business
    510 NE M L King Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
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    Rockin' Roxy's Dog Daycare & Boarding Write review for this local business
    7986 SE 17th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
    (503) 232-7699  
    Play & Chase Dog Care Write review for this local business
    7660 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR 97219
    (503) 246-3647  
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    2020 SW Arnold St, Portland, OR 97219
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    If you love animals, consider opening a pet boarding facility. Otherwise known as a kennel, these places offer pet sitting services when an owner goes on vacation.

    Many people travel for business or pleasure, and don’t know what to do with their dogs and cats. You can offer them a safe place to board their pet. You services might include providing the animal with food and water, making sure he gets exercise, and grooming him. Perhaps you could even offer obedience classes to help train unruly canines and cats.

    To open a kennel, you should first and foremost care about cats and dogs. You want pet owners to feel like they are sending their furry friend to camp or a resort where they will pampered. They will sense if you don’t like animals and they might not choose your day care service.

    You will also need a large kennel with plenty of room for pet cages and an area to walk the guests. You should have a transportation area where cars and taxis can easily pull up to your doors. And you should create a welcoming environment that reminds your patrons of a house or a hotel where they are happy to leave their puppy or kitten.

    Many people are nervous about having pet sitters come to their home, so you would be offering a valuable service. You could charge by the day or by the week, and give pet owners the freedom to travel.

    Opening a pet boarding facility could be both a rewarding and lucrative career.

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