If you work in an office where your coworkers bring their dogs in on a regular basis, you may want to start bringing in your own. Although you could bring them into the office without much or any preparation, you may want to make sure that the whole experience goes smoothly. When things go well for the first few times, you may feel encouraged to continue bringing your dog to the office.
With your normal schedule and how often you have family at home, you may not have much or any experience with dog boarding, as they may always be cared for throughout the day. Even if everyone is gone for a while, you may know that someone will be home within a few hours. However, getting used to your dog being at home means that you may feel a bit hesitant about boarding them.
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.