If you traveled for the holidays last year, there’s a good chance you boarded your pup to ensure he stayed safe while you celebrated with family and friends. But with travel restricted due to COVID-19, you’re probably among the many people staying home and celebrating with a much smaller group this year.
While it may be tempting to keep your furry friend by your side, you may still want to board him at Camp Bow Wow.
Boarding Your Pup During the Holidays
Why board your pup, even if you’re home for the holidays?
It’ll alleviate stress (for the both of you).
We know you love your pup, but there’s nothing wrong with admitting that sometimes he can be a handful. Especially if your dog is younger and requires a lot of attention, it can be hard to give him all the love he needs while also trying to cook, clean, and decorate.
And it’s important to remember that the holidays can also be tough on your dog, with new people walking through the door, smells in the kitchen, and decorations hanging. If your dog struggles with anxiety or gets easily overwhelmed, it may be in his best interest to skip the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
Keep your dog safe.
With all the activity and excitement, pups might make a run for any open doors. Propping the door open might make it easier for you to carry a tree in, but it can be a safety hazard for your dog.
Keep those with allergies comfortable.
Unfortunately, not everyone can cuddle up next to a dog on Christmas morning, no matter how much they may want to. If your family suffers from allergies, boarding your pup for a night or two may help them better enjoy the holidays.
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