If you're planning to board your dog at a kennel
, it's important that your dog is prepared for this new adventure.
Some dogs can become stressed in new environments, especially if they're around strangers. One way to help your dog prepare to stay at a kennel is bringing your dog for a visit prior to boarding. If your dog has time to become familiar with the environment, its extended stay will be less stressful.
It's also important to make sure your dog is healthy. Canine diseases like a kennel cough and canine parvovirus are highly contagious, so you should only board your dog if you're confident that it's healthy and won't pass illnesses on to other dogs. Also, you should make sure your dog is up-to-date on all its vaccinations, such as rabies and parvovirus.
You must provide updated vaccinations paperwork, when boarding your dog with us. We look forward to hearing for you.