Why Do Some Dogs Experience A Mild Stomach Upset In Boarding Kennels?

Posted on: 12 August 2015

A stay at a boarding kennel can leave some dogs susceptible to developing a mild stomach upset that typically lasts a day or so. There are several reasons this can happen, but it's not generally considered a sign there's a problem with the kennel or the care your dog is receiving. Kennel staff will contact you to let you know if your dog experiences an upset stomach during their stay, and they will have your dog checked over by a vet if their symptoms don't improve within the first day.
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Is the Cattery Right For Your Cat?

Posted on: 30 July 2015

You're going out of town for a trip and you need a cattery to look after your cat while you're away. You've made a list of possible boarding companies but you're unsure of which one will provide your cat with the best experience. Here are a few important items to be mindful of when making you're decision, it's not always about the amenities and price. Indoor & Outdoor Areas You know your cat better than anyone else so you'll know what your cat does from day to day.
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What You Should Know Before Taking Your Cat To A Cattery

Posted on: 26 May 2015

If you are going away on holidays and have to leave your furry feline friend behind, you may be wondering what the best cat accommodation options are? While it might seem like a good idea to leave your cat at home and have your neighbour feed them everyday, your cat will probably be lacking attention and may be shy of your neighbour. House sitting might be convenient but it is probably not in the best interests of your cat.
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3 Tips for Choosing the Right Dog Boarding Facility for Your Pet

Posted on: 8 May 2015

When you go on vacation or need to travel for business, it's good to choose a dog boarding facility for your pet. This will ensure he or she does not get lonely or bored while you're away and in turn, begin to claw at the furniture or even harm itself. A dog boarding facility will also mean that you know your pet is cared for properly; there's no risk of a neighbor forgetting to stop by to refill their food dish or let them out of the house.
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