To get the best of both worlds while traveling, pet parents need assurance that their dog 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 dog, and the inconsistency of exercise are leading many pet parents to make a safer, more affordable choice for their dog. Mad Paws Pet Hosting gives pet parents a comfortable and caring choice for pets in Halls Creek because of the following:
Personal Attention – The quantity and quality of time your pet minder gives your dog cannot be matched in a kennel. In Pet Hosting your pet will not be an animal to be checked on periodically, but instead will be interacting, playing and hanging out with a trusted and reliable caregiver/friend and will be a part of their home activity.
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.
Comfort of Routine – Mad Paws wants you and your dog to meet your pet minder prior to making your first payment. This gives the opportunity to lay out your pet’s daily routine for the pet minder. 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.
Home Setting - Pet Hosting provides an environment similar to your own home. This allows your dog to settle in and become comfortable in their surroundings in a short amount of time.
No Jail Time – Staying in a home setting with Pet Hosting instead of being confined in a kennel gives your dog room to breathe and play making them feel comfortable and that they fit into their surroundings, rather than being locked into them.