Reasons To Consider Doggy Daycare
With businesses starting to open up doors once again, there is bound to be an adjustment period — for those returning to work, kids with working parents, and for dogs who have gotten used to having family at home 24/7. While some dogs will immediately fall back into their old routine of napping while the humans are away, other dogs will have a harder time with this new change of pace — particularly quarantine puppies.
For pet owners with younger dogs or dogs with separation anxiety, one option that might ease their pooch's stress is doggy daycare. Here are a few reasons why doggy daycare might be a good option for you and your dog.
Similar to childcare, doggy daycare is a safe place to bring your dog while you work all day. No need to wonder if your dog is chewing on cables, getting into the trash, or figuring out how to escape!
Doggy daycare gives your dog space, toys, and lots of friends to play with all day. They'll come home happy, tired, and ready to snuggle, not itching at the door for exercise the second you come home. Secondly, dogs need socialization! The more dogs your pooch gets exposed to, the better. While it's best to start socializing dogs from a young age, it's never too late, and doggy daycare will give your dog more new friends than they could ever ask for!
Have a dog that doesn't behave well around other dogs? No worries, many doggy daycares offer special activities for dogs like yours -- just call ahead to talk through your dog's unique behaviors to make sure it's a fit.
Some dogs really hate being away from their owners -- and who can blame them? Well, doggy daycare's employees spend their days snuggling, tending to, and playing with dogs, so your pooch will never be lonely!
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