Staying at boarding kennels
If friends or relatives are unable to help out or your dog has special needs that require special care and attention, you should look around for suitable boarding kennels. It is helpful if you do this as early as possible so that you have a contact address handy in case of an emergency. When choosing kennels, always keep your dog’s wellbeing in mind: not all boarding kennels are actually good for your dog! To make really sure that your dog feels at ease and that his needs are well cared for, you should take a number of things into account, including the various points listed below. It is also advisable to ask your vet or breeder to recommend suitable kennels, or discuss with them the place that you have chosen and visit the kennels unannounced.