All pet parents want to know that their dog is being well cared for when they have to be away and cannot be the one to care for their pet. Thus, when leaving town on a business trip or a family vacation, a pet parent has an important choice to make between a kennel or Pet Hosting. Placing a pet in a kennel is not only expensive, it puts unnecessary stress on your dog, it usually means very little exercise, and it can put your pet in harm’s way by needless exposure to disease. Placing your dog in Pet Hosting in Gidley NSW under the care of Mad Paws has many advantages which will give you peace of mind with the assurance of the following:
No to Cages! - In a Pet Hosting location your dog will not be confined as they would in a caged kennel, thus, reducing their stress. They will be in a home environment with room to roam and relax. While a pet host isn’t you, we believe it is the next best thing.
Doesn't Break the Bank - Not only does Pet Hosting give your dog more one on one attention, but this option is more affordable than a kennel as you can choose a sitter that fits your budget.
Attention - The personal care your dog gets from a pet host puts them immediately at ease. This intimate attention makes them feel right at home in their new surroundings.
Feels Like Home - Pet Hosting is set in the pet host’s home, which will be the next best thing to your own home. These similarities decrease the stress of dog of being away from you.
Comfort of Routine – Mad Paws wants you and your dog to meet your pet host prior to making your first payment. This gives the opportunity to lay out your pet’s daily routine for the pet host. Having their routine implemented will give dog a positive outlook and they will find comfort in it.
Safety First - Your dog will be cared for in a loving intimate setting, not confined with many other animals. With Mad Paws the Pet Hosting environment would have the option of a sitter with a few well socialized pets, or just your pet alone with the sitter. This would be set up to meet the individual needs of your dog.