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How to choose a boarding facility for your puppy


At times people will go on a vacation, a business trip, or have a family emergency and need to find someone to care for their puppy. It is not always as easy as just taking the puppy to a family member's home or having a neighbor drop in. There are several other possibilities when you need someone to care for your puppy.

We first advice that your puppy should be older before you decide to leave him alone with somebody else.    Puppies that are small in size or age can stress very much.  Ensure that you leave your puppy at your home for at least one month after purchase before you leave him with someone else unless it's an emergency.   Taking the puppy with you to trips at first is not a good idea. Some puppies can become car sick or stressed out with the trip. 


Once your puppy is ready to be cared for by someone else these are some other safe options that a client has.

You can take the puppy to Veterinary Clinics.   There are several  veterinary clinics will board clients' puppy. This may be an ideal situation, especially if your puppy has a certain medical condition, such as diabetes, that requires medication. You may wish to ask some of the same questions as listed below under 'Boarding kennels.'


Youc an also use Dog Sitters.   I receomend to look in the computer for puppy sitters around your area.  They are people that either stay at your house while you are gone or stop in during the day to care for your puppy. Have the prospective sitter come to your home for an interview, and consider the following:

  • How do they relate to the puppy?

  • If they cannot stay at the house, how frequently can they come (3 times a day or more depending upon the health status of your puppy), and when?

  • Will they perform other household tasks such as taking in the mail and paper?

  • Are they willing, and do they know how, to give medications?

  • Will they be able to perform the necessary tasks such as walking the puppy, etc?

  • How much experience do they have, and do they have references?

  • Are they acquainted with the veterinarians and the emergency clinic(s) in the area?

Boarding kennels is another option. Boarding kennels may be at someone's home or at a separate business location. Make an appointment and have a tour of the facility and talk with the staff.   As the following questions.

  • What are the sizes of the kennels or runs? Do they have solid partitions between them? Are there both indoor and outdoor facilities?

  • How frequently, where, and for how long are the puppies walked?

  • Are the kennels, runs, and exercise areas clean and free from excrement? Does the kennel or exercise area smell?

  • How often are the kennels, dishes cleaned, and with what? How are the kennels cleaned between boarders?

  • Will they bathe your puppy if he becomes soiled with urine or excrement?

  • Which vaccinations are required, and which are recommended?

  • Is there a veterinarian or emergency clinic nearby?

  • Is there a time you can call to check on how your puppy is doing?

  • Is the facility accredited by the American Boarding Kennels Association?