We all know how much our furry friends love to get out of their kennel. Whether at the vet, dog park, or even your home, did you know that they can do some serious damage if given a chance? With this article, I will show you 3 easy ways to make your kennel escape-proof for when you are not around!
You may board a dog in heat for as long as the boarding facility you choose has the capacity to keep your animal from interacting with other dogs. Some kennels provide specialized services for dogs in heat, such as keeping them separated from other females or totally removing them from other canines until they finish their cycle.
Did you know that you are required to have a license for your dog kennel? It’s true! A dog kennel license is an annual permit issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to allow individuals, businesses, or other entities to keep dogs in groups for breeding purposes or as part of a pet shop operation.