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Dog boarding for Christmas? Here’s Everything You Need to Know About dog boarding


It’s always a struggle for dog owners when it’s almost end of the year and you need dog boarding for Christmas. We’re getting super close to one of the most hectic times of the year, with endless amounts of Christmas shopping, decorating and travelling to see family and friends to get done before the new year. With everyone’s busy schedules, unfortunately your dog may not be able to accompany you everywhere you go.

Dog boarding is a service that many dog owners turn to, relying on friendly and trustworthy dog boarders to either look after dogs in their homes or turning to a dog boarding facility. With quite a few options to explore, you can be sure that your pup will be in the best of hands this Christmas!

What qualities make you an excellent dog sitter?







Pet owners can find it incredibly challenging and time consuming to discover the perfect dog sitter. Certainly they want someone who will love and care for their fur baby. However, they also want a pet sitter with the right skills and traits.

Indeed, some pet sitters are happy to go above and beyond to offer exceptional service, which can help ensure a long and flourishing career. After all, glowing word-of-mouth recommendations are a great way to find new clients.

So, if you’re interested in forging a long-spanning career as a professional pet sitter for pet owners in your vicinity, consider whether you have the right qualities to really shine.

Here are six traits of a great dog sitter

A happy and positive attitude

Flexibility

Caring nature

Responsible and trustworthy

Experience

Sensitive and understanding

What are some options for dog boarding?


Asking a family member or friend


This is one of the more common options that many dog owners consider when trying to find the best boarding option for their pet. Chances are, your dog is extremely comfortable around family members or friends so it is less of a worry for all parties when looking after your dog. However, if your family and friends are involved in