Day care for dogs.

Hello and welcome to Holidays for Dogs.

If you have yet to visit be assured that Holidays for Dogs is a good place, and your dog will have the best of care.  There’s a decent sized garden and all dogs manage to adapt and settle in quickly – even the shy ones.  Dogs are pack animals. Although your dog may not be used to being with other dogs – they soon begin to enjoy playing with one another. They have come with their own bed and brought their own food. All that’s needed is some understanding and plenty of love, there is no shortage of either.

Having a blog for Holidays for Dogs is a new idea.  I rather like the thought. It gives me the opportunity to tell you more about what happens with home boarding and day care for dogs.

Charlie

At the time of writing I have one day care for dogs ‘client’ called Charlie staying.  He’s a Cocker Spaniel and his main aim in life is to play with the other dogs until he is very tired.  In between playing with the other dogs he has taken a liking to my sweeping brush. It is being dragged round the garden with great gusto. No, I don’t think he is about to give it up and I may well need to buy myself a new brush.

Rolo

Earlier today dear Rolo arrived for a few days holiday. He is a small pugnacious little dog with a brilliant attitude.  He loves visiting and the company of the other dogs.  Of course, his bed was up for inspection by the other dogs – and every attempt for made to pinch his dinner.  I moved and rescued the biccies. Rolo has soon settled back in home from home.

Freddie

Freddie has been sending an email to his `Mum’ telling her what he is up to. Oh yes most dogs can `learn how to email’. When owners are half way across the world it is a great way of reassuring them that their dog is having a great time.

In between all this excitement – the grass needs cutting. The basic household things. Unfortunately, dogs have not learnt how to clean up, but you never know what they will do next. Until next time.

If you want to know more about day care for dogs with Shirley Caldwell click here.