All dog owners 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 dog owner 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 Glyde Point NT under the care of Mad Paws has many advantages which will give you peace of mind with the assurance of the following:
No Place Like Home – With Pet Hosting your dog will be ushered into a warm caring home and treated like family by the pet host.
Personal Attention – The special attention your dog receives from a pet host is essential to their wellbeing and makes all the difference while you are away. Knowing your dog has dependable loving care will be a relief to you in your travels.
Reduced Risk – Unlike a kennel, which could have your dog confined near diseased, aggressive, or despairing pets, Pet Hosting is an intimate setting. If there are other dogs they are carefully chosen, healthy and well behaved.
Freedom - Your dog will be cared for in an intimate setting with Pet Hosting, not caged in a kennel. They will have the pet host looking out for their individual needs and welcoming your dog into their home. Having the certainty your dog is well cared for in a loving environment will help you relax while you are away.
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.
Maintaining the Routine - We ask all of our dog owners to meet up with the pet host before the first payment. We want you to know you have someone trustworthy caring for your pet. We also want you to explain the daily routine for your dog. Our pet hosts understand how important it is to keep your dog on the daily routine they are accustomed to.