5 Things To Consider For Overnight Care For Your Pet

You love your pet. That’s why parting with them for even a few days is hard to handle. But taking your dog on vacation with you is impractical and not allowed in most cases. Traveling doesn’t just disturb your pet’s routine and schedule. It can cause them stress and anxiety that leads to digestive problems and overall risk of their wellbeing.


The best way to care for your pets when you are going away is to provide them with the best care and protection available. Here are some tips for overnight boarding for your pets.


5 Tips for Boarding Your Pet Overnight


If you have to board your pet overnight, these tips can help make the process easier on all of you!


1.   Find a Professional Dog Boarding Facility


Leaving your dog with a friend might seem like the sensible option, but this not always the most practical approach. Luckily, many boarding facilities provide overnight care for animals. Hiring a professional to care for your animal brings the tools and experience to create a comfortable, safe environment for your pup while you’re away. They aren’t just well-cared-for while you are away, but they also have someone to socialize with while they wait for you to return.


Animal boarding facilities give your pets the treatment, care, exercise, and love they need to pass the days until you come home.


2.   Do Your Research


Ask your friends, family, and veterinarian to recommend an animal boarding facility with an excellent reputation. You need to be sure that wherever you leave your furry-legged friend is a place that’s known to treat their clients right. Do some online research to check for reviews. Ask for a tour of the facility when you go to drop your pet off. Be sure they have a veterinarian on-site or a 24-hour service in case of an emergency.


3.   Be Prepared


Before you show up to drop off your pet overnight, be prepared. Talk to the boarding facility in advance to see what you need to bring with you. Take whatever is required to keep your dog comfortable. Be sure to bring their food, as most facilities don’t provide food. Plus, you don’t want to switch their food and have them get sick. Ask what vaccinations are required for boarding. Most dog boarding facilities require rabies vaccinations and other vaccines that prevent the spread of illness from one dog to another.


4.   Stay Calm


Most importantly, stay calm. The more you fuss over the arrangements, the more your animals will feel anxious. Animals are susceptible to their owners’ feelings and emotions. If you give off a stressful vibe, your pet will feel a sense of panic. Once you do your research and plan ahead, have faith that you’ve done everything possible to put your pet in the right hands while you are away. Leave your contact details with the staff in case of an emergency. Don’t stick around and make a big fuss about missing your pet. Give them a quick loving embrace, and be on your way!


Contact Chino’s Caring Kennel for Boarding


If you need a Chino dog boarding facility with an excellent reputation for quality and loving care, contact us to discuss your needs!