3 Reasons Why Dog Sitter Socialization Is Good For Your Pup

If your dog is left alone at home all day while you're away at work, you might consider hiring a dog sitter. While many pet owners think of pet sitters as only being for when you're away on vacation or a business trip, they can also offer advantages if you're only gone for a portion of the day. If your dog is frequently alone, here are three ways that a dog sitter can help improve your dog's life. Read More 

How to Stop Your Tortoise From Burrowing Under the Fence

Unfortunately, to some tortoises, the grass will always be greener on the other side of the fence. Burrowing is a natural behavior in some tortoises, but when they dig under the enclosure, they risk their own safety. Here are some things you can do to stop your tortoise from digging out of their habitat. 1. Build the right kind of fence. Many tortoises do just fine with a short, strong fence that clearly marks the boundary of their enclosure. Read More 

Boarding Your Dog For The First Time? Here’s What You Need To Pack

Sometimes, it's just not possible or practical to bring your dog with you when you travel, and it's in situations like those that pet boarding services really come in handy. If this is the first time you've boarded your dog, you're probably pretty nervous about the separation, and you want to be sure that your pet is comfortable and happy while you're gone. Take a look at what you need to pack to help ensure that your pet has a pleasant stay while you're away. Read More 

Ready To Board Your Dog For The First Time? What To Know When Choosing A Kennel

If you have never had to board your dog and you're weary about having someone you don't know care for them, it's time to find a kennel where you can establish trust. When you have a relationship with a kennel, you'll feel confident about leaving your dog there whenever it's necessary. There are a few different things you want to do when selecting a kennel, and you need to be choosy for the safety of your pet. Read More 

Boarding Your Dog For The First Time? What Every Dog Owner Should Know

If you are boarding your dog and you are nervous about how they will like being in an unfamiliar environment, or how they may behave without you around, you'll want to make sure you and the dog are prepared. There are many ways to keep your dog safe and happy while they are at the boarding facility. Taking the dog to the boarding facility in advance to make sure they get along with other dogs and so they can get familiar with the surroundings are ideal. Read More