You and your four-legged friend are inseparable. But there are situations where you have to leave your darling alone. The question now arises as to which care is suitable for the two of you. Of course, it is best for your dog if the supervisor is a well-known person.
Unfortunately, this is not always possible, so boarding a dog can be a very good alternative. It is important that your dog feels comfortable and that you have a good feeling about it.
In the dog boarding house, your darling will be adequately looked after and employed by specialist staff. Perhaps exchange experiences with other dog owners while walking. Before you put your four-legged friend in a kennel, it is important to deal with the reception conditions. Here are a few frequently asked questions:
Frequently asked questions when I give my dog to a kennel.
- What requirements does my dog have to meet?
So that you can bring your dog to a daycare center, your dog should be compatible with other conspecifics. House training should be given, as well as basic education.
- When our bitch is in heat, can she come anyway?
It is best to ask at your pension. In general, bitches are allowed in boarding houses, only for the period of heat your bitch must stay separated from males to keep the peace.
- What vaccinations does my dog need?
Dog boarding houses are not allowed to accept dogs without a valid vaccination certificate! Dog boarding houses require complete vaccination protection. If you want to know more about vaccinations, then read on here: VACCINATION LINK
The veterinarian issues the vaccination certificate. There are so-called core vaccinations, which are absolutely mandatory. In addition, puppies are given basic immunization against rabies, leptospirosis, parvovirus, distemper and contagious liver inflammation. These diseases are either life-threatening for the dog itself or can be transmitted to humans, such as rabies. Therefore the vaccination has to be refreshed regularly.
Non-core or Elective vaccinations are based on the respective risk of infection to which an animal is exposed. For example, increased contact with other dogs in kennels is such an increased risk. However, this has nothing to do with the quality or hygiene of the facility.
Look at your dog's behavior, does he show you that he is comfortable? Trust is good, control is better. Boarding houses can vary and so that you can be sure that your four-legged friend is fine as long as you are away, take a close look at the boarding house. Write us your questions. And if you live in Vienna or the surrounding area, we have looked for a few dog boarding houses for you. Here is a list of dog boarding houses in Vienna: