Boarding a Dog That Has Lost Their Vision
3 April 2019
There are stories about people who didn't realise that their dog was going blind until he bumped into the furniture after moving house. The dog had simply memorised the location of the layout of a place and managed to navigate astonishingly well, effectively disguising his degrading vision. You might have noticed something similar, or your vet might have pointed out your dog's loss of vision during a routine examination. When your dog goes blind, you simply adjust accordingly, whether it's maintaining the layout of a room, ensuring that nothing hazardous is inadvertently placed in your dog's way or carefully leading them through a new environment on their leash.
Common Injuries That Might Occur at Boarding Facilities and How Boarding Staff Help Prevent Those Injuries
9 March 2017
Taking your pet dog to a boarding facility can be wonderful and stressful at the same time. The thought of leaving your furry friend in the capable hands of trained staff can be relaxing but you may worry. Dogs are very agile animals and thus, there is always a slight possibility they might get injured during playing hours. However, this should not deter you from taking your furry friend to a good boarding facility as they are usually equipped with appropriate tools and skilled personnel trained to handle and prevent such situations from occurring.
Boarding Kennels Versus Home Boarding
22 February 2017
When you go away on holiday or even if you just need your dog looked after when you are away for a day, kennels can be the option most people choose. However, would your dog be happier in a daycare boarding facility? Both options have advantages and disadvantages. Here's an overview to help you decide what would be best for your pet.
If you have a chilled-out dog that does not suffer from separation anxiety, then boarding kennels may be a good option.