If you are heading out of town you’ll need to find a safe place to board your dog. Finding one can be a stressful process. You need to vet any kennel thoroughly, even one that’s been recommended. After all, making sure your dog is well attended to when you have to leave him or her behind for a time is one of the most important responsibilities that comes with having one. While most boarding kennels provide good to excellent care there are some that should be avoided at all costs.
As you can see most of the ‘pros’ are practical while most of the ‘cons’ are emotional. If you can get past the emotional downside you’ll be able to appreciate the many practical benefits of placing your dog in a high-quality kennel.