WHERE TO PLACE YOUR DOG WHEN YOU GO ON VACATION?

Where to take the dog when you go on vacation?

While you can go on a road trip to the mountains or get to know the Slovak Republic with your four-legged pet, it is difficult to smuggle a dog into a five-star resort by the sea. So if you make plans for a vacation that your dog can't take with you, you're probably dealing with only one question - where to go with him?

When we buy a four-legged pet, we deliberately overlook problems and questions that may arise in a new cohabitation. But the truth remains that after a few months we have to face these problems and find a solution. Probably the most common problem is who will take care of the dog while we are on vacation. If you are asking yourself a similar question, we have good news for you. There are several options that will allow you to travel, and at the same time you will be sure that the dog is in good hands.

1. Ask family and friends
Do you know that you're going on vacation and you can't take your dog with you? Before you book your flights, call your parents, siblings or aunt. With a bit of luck, you will find a person in your family who will willingly watch over the dog and surround it with love and care during your absence. If your family members are older, have a dog allergy or simply can't take care of a four-legged creature, try directing your request to your friends. You will surely find someone in your area who would like to spend a week with a dog.

2. Dog keeper
Did you know that there are people who look after dogs professionally? Actually, these are the kind of babysitters who take your pet out, feed, scratch and caress them. If you don't have someone in your area who would take care of your pet, then you can call a dog sitter to the service. Enter this phrase into the search engine and you will surely find many professional sites dedicated to dog sitting. Just be careful not to entrust your canine friend to someone who does not have a warm relationship with dogs. Ideally, read all kinds of references and meet the dog sitter before you leave your dog with him. You will see if you and the professional dog sitter will get along well and will instill enough confidence in you.

3. Dog hotel
There's no dog hotel like a dog hotel. Although many of us imagine a dog hotel as a place full of kennels, minimal space and sad dog eyes, nowadays we can also find many dog ​​hotels that could get five stars out of the blue. So, if you want the best care for your pet, look for luxury dog ​​hotels that stand out not only for their cleanliness and space, but also for their rich daily program. Some dog hotels, for example, offer regular training, an outdoor playground, interactive toys, etc. Of course, in this respect too, it pays to read all the reviews and visit the dog hotel before you put your dog in it.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.