Overnight boarding

Ways to Prepare Your Dog for Overnight Boarding

If you are considering dog boarding near me, there are some things you can do to help prepare your dog. Overnight boarding for your dog can be a great way to make sure that your dog is cared for while you are away but you may find it a bit stressful. With these tips, you can enjoy your time away and so can your dog.

 

Do a Boarding Trial: if your dog has separation anxiety or is nervous then plan a trial stay of at least 24 hours. This can help ease your dog into a new environment and a new daily routine. This will allow your dog to adjust better when it comes to a longer overnight boarding stay.

Keep Your Dog Comfortable: Bring a familiar rug or blanket for your dog to sleep with because it can help him or her feel more secure. You may even be able to bring your dog’s bed. Your dog is not crated with us, they have their own "rooms/runs". Bring as many items as you like to make their space like home.

 

Drop Off in the Morning: If you can, drop your dog off early in the morning so there is the whole day to adjust to the surroundings before it’s bedtime.

 

Visit the Dog’s Veterinarian: You should make sure that your dog is up to date on vaccinations and has been properly treated for worms and fleas and all vaccinations. Be sure to visit the vet about two weeks prior to boarding, even if it’s just the trial boarding. We will need proof of the vaccination records prior to your stay with us.