What Is Luxury Dog Boarding?

Leaving your beloved pup behind when you have to leave home for an extended period of time is always tough. Even when you know your dog is in good hands, you know they are going to miss you, and that can be the hardest part. Finding a luxury dog boarding facility is truly a good thing when you want only the best accommodations for your canine while you are away. If you have only ever worked with a traditional dog boarding facility, you will be pleased with the differences and amenities. Here is a look at a few things you may see at a luxury dog boarding facility. 

Your dog will have their own spacious area. 

Dogs at a luxury boarding facility won't just get a standard kennel or cubicle to sleep in; they will get a spacious area that is filled with all the comforts of home. The dog's area will likely be outfitted with a plush doggy bed, toys, and private feed and water bowls. Some facilities even install private doggy fountains in each kennel so the dog always has access to freshly filtered water. 

The facility will be outfitted with all the things a dog could ever want. 

The amenities at a luxury dog boarding facility can really make the place stand out. It is not uncommon for these places to have their own private dog parks, grooming areas, dog spas, and wading pools for dogs that like water. Of course, there will be an abundance of staff members available so each dog gets an ample amount of one-on-one playtime and attention. Most clients at the facility will get their own designated caregiver that will be in charge of walks and entertainment, which also gives you a specific contact when you want to check in. 

You may see some tech-savvy features. 

Some luxury dog boarders really go all out to make sure owners are confident in their abilities and feel comfortable about leaving their pet. Don't be surprised if you see a two-way video call system set up in your dog's kennel. This is to allow pet owners to dial up their dog while they are away and see them and speak to them and to allow the dog to see and hear them as well. The facility staff will listen for incoming calls on the mounted devices so they can answer your call and allow you to communicate with your dog. 

To learn more about available services, contact a local dog boarding facility.