To get the best of both worlds while traveling, pet parents need assurance that their pup receives first class treatment in their absence. Before taking flight they must make the right selection between a kennel or a pet minder. The variety of caregivers, the behavior and health of other pup, and the inconsistency of exercise are leading many pet parents to make a safer, more affordable choice for their pup. Mad Paws Pet Hosting gives pet parents a comfortable and caring choice for pets in Camperdown because of the following:
The Comfort of Home – Our Pet Hosting brings your pup into a home setting that will remind them of their true home. This type of environment will help them to settle in, while easing the stress of being away from you.
Regular Routine – In caring for your pet we know maintaining their daily schedule contributes greatly to their happiness. This is why, before our services begin, we encourage you to meet with the pet minder so they can understand and implement the normal routine. This stability ensures your pup’s comfort and health.
One on One Attention - The personal attention your pup receives from a caring pet minder will give you the ability to enjoy your time away, trusting that your pup is in good hands. A trusted, familiar caregiver looking after your pet’s needs is priceless.
Fits your Budget – Unlike kennels, Pet Hosting allows you to select a pet minder that meets all of your pet’s needs and does not overextend your finances.
Cage Free – As a pet parent with Pet Hosting you will have peace in knowing that your pup will be in a loving, cozy home instead of spending the majority of their time confined in a cage as with a kennel service.
Health – There is no comparison between kennels and Mad Paw’s Pet Hosting when it comes to protecting your pup's health. Physically and mentally your pup gets more attention, more exercise, and more personal interaction with a loving caregiver. With Pet Hosting you not only avoid unknown people, but also keep animals with questionable behavior and health issues from having any interaction with your beloved pup.