Dog Kennels

  • Dog Kennels: When You Can’t Bring Them With You

    Dog Kennels: When You Can’t Bring Them With You

    Both you and your dog should feel comfortable with the kennel before the stay even begins. Before you drop your dog off, check the kennel's references; go on a tour; and ask about details regarding exercise, feeding, and other care.

  • Outdoor Kennel App Allows Owners To “Park” Dogs By The Minute

    Outdoor Kennel App Allows Owners To “Park” Dogs By The Minute

    A woman in New York created the Dog Parker, a pay-by-the-minute curbside kennel where you can leave your dog while you enter businesses.

  • Kennel cough basics

    Kennel cough basics

    Infectious Tracheobronchitis, commonly known as kennel cough, is a bronchitis illness characterized by a harsh, hacking cough. Most people say the cough sounds as though their dog has something stuck in his throat. Kennel cough is similar to a chest cold in humans and will generally resolve itself on its own with no medications necessary. […]

  • Finding the right kennel

    Finding the right kennel

    Vacations, business trips, or personal emergencies will happen...and when they do, you need a good boarding kennel, sometimes called a pet hotel, to park your pooch! A quality kennel can offer your buddy a safe and secure home away from home.

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