If you are about to welcome a dog into your family that you plan on keeping indoors, one of the first steps you will have to take is teaching the dog the potty rules for the house. This can be a challenging endeavor with some dogs, but you can do it if you are willing to spend the first few weeks teaching the dog where to go and where not to go.
Pet day care is one of those things that many people scoff and joke with friends about, but it's an incredibly helpful tool. Sometimes our pets have problems or needs that we're at a loss as to how to solve. We don't want our beloved pets to feel anxious, or to need something we can't provide for them, and we may not see an alternative. One solution to several big problems is to send your pet to day care, either for a few days or on a regular basis:
Have you recently started a job that requires you to travel a lot? Do you have a canine companion that misses you while you are gone? Sure, you can have someone you trust stop in your home a few times each day to feed, water and walk your dog, but is that really enough attention for your buddy while you are gone? Maybe it is time for you to look into a doggy daycare and boarding facility for your dog. Learn how this type of facility improved the relationship that I have with my dog and how he has benefited from such a service.