Thursday, July 2, 2009

Check Out The Dog Indoor Kennel Before You Leave Your Dog There

People are busy and often work long and hard all year so that they can take a well earned break during the holiday season. If you are one of those people but you have a dog – what do you do with the dog when you are going away? A dog indoor kennel is your answer.

A dog indoor kennel is a facility that allows you to have your dog sheltered, minded, cared for, fed and bathed during your time away from your animal. A dog indoor kennel is usually a large facility that houses many dogs, although they tend to keep the dog breeds separate so there is no risk of fighting, biting or teasing and antagonizing between breeds in the dog indoor kennel.

Before you take your dog to the dog indoor kennel you need to ensure that your dog is healthy and up to date with all of his or her immunizations. It is unlikely that the dog indoor kennel will take your dog for the duration of your trip if you dog is unwell or is not up to date with vaccinations.

Checking out dog indoor kennel options is important before you select a dog indoor kennel to house and care for your dog during your trip. There are lots of dog indoor kennel options to choose from. Don’t be afraid to pay each dog indoor kennel a visit and see their facilities for yourself.

A brochure can tell a thousand words but nothing can be better than actually visiting the dog indoor kennel so that you can see the dog sleeping, eating, washing and recreation areas. Look for cleanliness, food options and supplies of blankets and feeding dishes and water bowls. Also check that there is a large area of daily exercise as the last thing you want is a dog indoor kennel that keeps your dog in a cage day in day out.