Here are some things to consider about when choosing a boarding kennel for your pup, to avoid any distress.
Firstly, you need the reassurance that your cherished pet is getting the very greatest care possible. You want to make sure that the dog is watered sufficiently, comfy, exercised and fed correctly and treated with kindness. Get references from the owner of the dog boarding facility and check them out.
Equally as important would be to make sure that your pup will be safe. Since some dogs (other people’s dogs, of course!) tend to have aggressive behaviors, you want to board your pup with somebody who knows how exactly to handle such dogs.
The construction of the kennel is just another thing to consider. The kennel ought to be built in such a way that it may be cleaned fast and thoroughly. A wood constructed kennel should not be your first choice, since wood will hold bacteria and odors. Aluminum and concrete, on the flip side, are easy to clean and do not hold such unwanted matter. They may be sanitized properly, so that you will be certain that your dog is in a healthy environment.
Does the kennel receive adequate sunlight? Sunlight is healthy. If the kennel receives just a modest amount of sun or none at all, it’ll remain cool and moist. Have a look at the system. Is there an efficiently working septic system that will keep bacteria and odor to a minimum? This may provide a cleaner, fresher, more agreeable environment for your pet. There should be no back up of water or solid material, and kennel runs should be constantly washed down to prevent the buildup of urine or fecal matter.
How are the kennels constructed? Is there ample room? Your dog should not have to share a run with another dog. Make sure he gets his own space, and make sure the dog has the capacity to go inside or outside the kennel facility whenever he desires. There should be enough room for your dog to lie down and considerable room outside to get a little exercise and stretch his legs.