Pet care is a 24/7 job. Dogs need more than just regular food and a place to relieve themselves; they need physical activity and attention, too. Having their people go away on vacation can cause pets a lot of stress, and pet owners may also worry about who is going to care for their pets while they are away. The same may be true for new pet owners with puppies and young dogs who are not yet used to being alone for any length of time. While their person is at work, a dog might cry all day or tear up the house until they are properly trained. In New Jersey, there are several great options for short term pet care (doggie day care) and long term pet care (luxury dog boarding).
Short-term pet care, also known as doggie day care, is exactly what it sounds like. Pet owners can drop off their dogs like they would a child. The dog spends all day in a safe and familiar environment with other dogs. Far better than being home alone, the dog receives playtime outdoors, physical activities, and interactions with human beings all while receiving good food and a place to relieve themselves throughout the day.
Long-term pet care options are also varied in New Jersey. Luxury dog boarding provides comfortable chambers for dogs that help relieve separation anxiety without confining a dog to a cage. The options for long term pet care are surprisingly affordable and more reliable than friends or family members.
Many pet owners do not have a reliable care option for while they are out of town. Friends and family can sometimes come through, but for long term pet care, a pet boarding option might be best. Long term pet care includes good food, regular exercise, and interactions with other canines.