A reputable facility will require you to come in with your dog prior to them accepting your dog. You should not, however, pay a fee for this initial visit. A good facility should ask you many questions such as what is your dog’s personality, what is their temperament, are they good with other dogs, do... continue reading.
An excellent alternative for your dog is using the services of a pet sitter who welcomes your dog to their home. Many times the pet sitter will be home during the day, and can keep your dog company. They often charge less than someone staying at your home. Visit the pet sitters home and ask... continue reading.
Hiring a pet sitter to stay at your home is often easier for your dog, because this allows your dog to feel safe and secure in her own environment. It is also the best option for dogs with anxiety, phsyical or medical issues. Make sure to only hire a pet sitter with excellent references and... continue reading.