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.
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.
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. Under […]
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.