Sunday, July 3

Tips for your furry family while on vacation!

We all grow attached to our animals, and it can be hard to go on a trip knowing that your furry best friend will be missing you the entire time. Here are some tips for deciding what to do when you can't take your pet with you on that beach vacation.

If you only plan to be gone for a couple of days, it may be feasible to leave your pet at home. Make sure they have enough food in their bowl to tide them over. If you don't already have one, you may want to consider a water dispenser that keeps their bowl full at all times. If you own a dog, you'll have to have a yard and a doggy door installed so they can go outside to do their business while you're away. When you aren't comfortable leaving your pet at home, there are plenty of other options to consider

First, think about whether you might have any friends or neighbors that wouldn't mind watching your pet in exchange for a few bucks or some freshly baked cookies. You may be surprised by the number of people who'd be happy to do you a favor. If you can't think of anyone trustworthy who'd be willing to spend some quality time with Fido, try performing a Google search for pet sitters in your area. There are likely to be plenty of people around who are experienced in caring for a wide range of pet species.

If you're the type of person who wants only the best for your loyal pal, consider seeking out a luxury dog kennel such as Paw Print Inn. When you leave your dog at a premium kennel, you can feel comfortable knowing they'll be entertained and cared for by trained professionals. Many luxury kennels offer scheduled play sessions and one-on-one cuddle time to ensure that your dog's social needs are being met. Be aware that many kennels don't accept aggressive dogs.

As you can see, there's no need to worry if you need to go on a trip without your pet for any length of time. There are a number of options to choose from that can accommodate most budgets and circumstances.