Feeling guilty because you work and your dog stays in the house or garden all day? Since everyone works late, it's hard to find time to exercise and play with the family dog on the way home from work. Dog care is the answer for many dog owners.
Dog daycare is good for your dog and good for you. You'll both be less stressed at the end of the day. A good dog sitter will ensure your dog gets plenty of exercise so he doesn't have the energy to dig or chew or engage in other bad behavior when he gets home.
What to Pay Attention to in Dog Care?
The best dog care services will have toys, various play areas, games, and daily walks to keep the dog at the center of the day. Dogs are not secretive or introverted, they are free to play with other dogs of the same temperament.
Keep the following in mind when visiting a dog daycare center:
* Play equipment for dog fun and activities;
* Dedicated areas for dogs with different temperaments and needs;
* Supervision – there should always be someone watching the dog to ensure there is no aggression or abuse. Ideally, staff should be qualified in dog training, management, and grooming;
* Dog walks – dogs must be walked at least once a day;
* Veterinarians on call.
The nursery should be clean and smell good – any mess should be cleaned up immediately.
While dog care can be expensive, like many dog owners, you may find that daycare is the best investment you can make for your dog's well-being and for you. Knowing that your dog enjoys your job means that you can truly enjoy your dog's property.