3 Things to Look for When Choosing a Dog Boarding Service

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The American Pet Association states that there are around 85 million households with pets. With so many people that have a pet, the need for a dog boarding reservation, especially around the holidays, can be high. With so many options to choose from, though, it may be hard to know what to look for when trying to find a dog boarding service that works for you. Whether you are boarding pets while shopping or boarding your pet for the holidays, keep reading to find out some of the top three things to look for when making a dog boarding reservation.

1. Veterinarian on call

One important feature that you want to make sure your local dog boarding service has before you make a dog boarding reservation is a veterinarian on call. While this is especially important for anyone who has a pet with special conditions or who may need further assistance. It is good for every responsible pet boarding service to have an on-call veterinarian or veterinarian on staff who can help in the event of an emergency or unforeseeable situation. Even if you think it will be highly unlikely that your dog will need to see a vet while boarded, it can help ease your mind to know that they are safe.

2. Good enclosures

A feature that is essential to ensuring your dog boarding reservation goes well is comfortable, clean, and safe enclosures. A pet boarding service with good enclosures can ensure that your dog is less anxious and more comfortable when staying with strangers. Always check to see what potential pet boarding services use for enclosures, and whether or not they seem fit for your dog. They should be durable, spacious, and clean.

3. Web cameras

Another feature that is often overlooked when looking for pet boarding services is the availability of webcams. Although not always necessary, being able to check up on your pets through webcams can ease any anxiety you may have when separated from your dog. This may be especially useful when you are away from your pets for a longer period of time, or when you have concerns about how your pet will do in a boarding facility. When booking a dog boarding reservation, consider if having web cameras is a requirement for you and if so try to find a boarding service with webcams.

Pets are very important to many people and can be seen as an extension of the family in many cases. Whether you need boarding because of the holidays, a vacation, or another event in your life, always make sure to do proper research and take all of your needs into consideration when choosing a pet boarding service.

Contact Us:

Phone: 302-777-PLAY (7529)
Fax: 302-858-4795
Email: info@EasternShorePetResort.com
19022 Shingle Point Road,
Georgetown, DE 19947

Hours:

Daycare: 9:00am-5:00pm
Boarding Check-in: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Boarding Check-out: 9:00am-12:00pm
Early Drop-off/Check-in: $15
Late Pick-up/Check-out: $15

Revenues generated by the Eastern Shore Pet Resort help support the Brandywine Valley SPCA Animal Rescue Center’s (ARC) primary mission of animal rescue and rehabilitation services.

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