As dog owners find work and life taking more and more of their time, the last thing they want to worry about is their pet sitting at home alone, feeling isolated and lacking exercise and attention. Many dog owners are finding Mad Paw’s Pet Daycare and their professional pet minders to be the answer they have been looking for. While local kennels provide specific playtimes, they do not compare to the personal care dogs find with our dependable pet minders and Pet Daycare services in Woori Yallock VIC. You must consider the advantages below in deciding the best care for your dog
Familiarity – Both you and your dog get to know and trust the pet minder. This is reassuring in that your pet becomes more engaged and comfortable every time they spend time with the sitter. If in a kennel, Pet Daycare and play time will be conducted by different staff members all the time. Many, who may be complete strangers to you and your pet.
A Safe Environment – Our pet minders select healthy pets with no behavioral issues that fit in nicely with the pets they currently care for. A pet minder understanding the different personalities and needs of the pets in their care makes all the difference. On the other hand, kennel care with its close quarters and a variety of animals opens your dog up to a higher risk of illness, disease, and the stress that anxious and aggressive animals bring with them.
Playtime – Pet Daycare gets your dog outside in the fresh air, exercising and enjoying play in a stress free environment. This time adds to the overall wellbeing and good behavior of your pet. This freedom to romp and run gives your dog time to let out energy with a trusted pet minder. This type of joy is exactly what you want for your pet.
Security versus Stress – With Pet Daycare your dog will feel safe with a sitter that stays close giving tender care during your pet’s stay. But, in the surroundings of a kennel your dog will have time alone, and with other animals, with little or no supervision. Dogs pick up on the stress of other animals, the noise, and the confinement are all unknowns that your dog will be dealing with in a kennel.