excuse me dose anyone know what i could do ? i always go over seas for a holiday and my pet dog will be left alone at home.what can i do i don't have anywhere to put it.if i put it in the shops it might get sick or infected(like my 1st dog). my friends have other pets and they don't want to take care of it.also that the dog might get confused if we love it or not...it's pure torture for them!!!!! does anyone know the right thing to do?
Just like with anything else, you have to do some legwork. Visit a few kennels and interview a couple of petsitters. Find one you like, look into cleanliness and check with the BBB. Make sure your dog is vaccinated too. It is recommended that your dog be vaccinated at least two weeks before he will be staying in the kennel. I take Bailey everywhere, if he can't go, I don't go. I leave Harley at the vets office. They offer boarding and have good sized dog runs. The techs there really like Harley and one of them has quite a bit of Rottweiler experience.
When your best four-legged friend looks up at you with soulful eyes of bottomless trust and unconditional love, you know he knows you'll always do right by him. Look for a boarding kennel well in advance of your trip. Don't try to do it just a few days beforehand and expect good results. Visit the kennel. Inspect the facilities. Ask about the routine at the kennel. Inquire about the application process. Look into how medical issues are dealt with. You might consider boarding your dog at your vet's clinic. Sometimes you'll need to leave town and board your dog for a few days. Don't try to do it just a few days beforehand and expect good results. Ask who owns the place. What are the dog runs like? Can the dog play around in his run as much as he wants? . The kennel should ask for more than just shot records. The owner/manager of the kennel should be the only one administering medications, and should keep a record of everything he does. However, the space will be limited, your dog will be confined to a small cage, the expense may be greater than at a more rural facility, and there's a greater chance your dog might catch something like kennel cough.