Caring for my nervous puppy
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Caring for my nervous puppy

My puppy is a bit of a nervous little thing. When we got her we thought it might be good to have a dog for security reasons but I think that she would just hide from any noise she heard! When we go to work she gets anxious and makes a lot of yipping noises which are driving our next door neighbour crazy. We need to stay friends with our neighbours so we started Penny in doggy daycare and it's making so much difference. She's more confident and looked after and we are less stressed about her. This blog has tips on choosing a good doggy daycare.

Caring for my nervous puppy

  • Cat boarding for a cross country move

    5 April 2017

    If you are making a big move across the country it can be a stressful to contemplate how you will deal with your cat. Cat's do not tend to enjoy moving as they tend to be very attached to their living space. Here are some tips to make it as easy as possible for you and your cat.  Place your cat into boarding in your city before you start packing

  • If Your Dog Has a Separation Anxiety Problem, Do This When Leaving It at A Boarding Kennel for the First Time

    23 February 2017

    Dogs are good companions, which is why when you own one, you will want to take good care of it. However, situations such as vacations or long business trips may compel you to leave your dog behind. When this happens, a friend or neighbour may not be able give it the proper care it deserves perhaps because they could be busy or may lack the experience. For this reason, leaving the dog in a boarding kennel would be the best solution.

  • Keeping your cat healthy while they are in cat boarding

    22 February 2017

    It's important to try and manage your cat's health while they are spending time in cat boarding so that you can feel confident that they are having a great time while you are on holiday. Here are some tips to keep your cat healthy.  Have separate living quarters Cats are naturally solitary creatures and prefer to stay in separate quarters. They can contract infectious diseases if they are kept in close quarters with other cats as well as potentially catching diseases or infections related to fighting (bites, scratches and similar injuries are common when fighting).