When was the last time you took a good look inside your pet’s mouth?
Whether you are getting a new puppy from a breeder or rescuing a cat from a local animal shelter, you are about to change this pet's life – and yours...
Traveling can be stressful for cats and their owners. Reduce some of that stress by finding a place well in advance for your cat to stay during your trip.
Look for a cat specific kennel, or a facility that has cat condos with hiding places. Often times, these condos are on the other side of the facility away from the dogs. Some facilities offer cat suites, furnished with cat trees, soft beds and window sills. Tour a few facilities before making a reservation to find the best fit for your cat.
When preparing to board your cat:
What to pack for your cat’s stay: