Introduction: As the holiday season approaches, the excitement of planning a getaway can sometimes be overshadowed by the concern for your dogs’s well-being. Leaving your dog behind, even for a short period, can be a source of stress for many pet owners. The solution? Residential boarding that not only provides a safe and comfortable environment for your dog but also ensures their training remains intact.
- A Home Away from Home: When you choose residential boarding for your dog, you’re offering them a home away from home. It’s not just a place to stay; it’s an environment where your pet can thrive, surrounded by caring professionals dedicated to their well-being.
- Continued Training for Canine Companions: One of the main concerns when leaving your dog is the fear that their training might be undone. At our residential Training facility, we understand the importance of consistency. We make it a priority to continue working on your dog’s training standards, whether it’s loose lead walking, recall, stop whistle, retrieving, hunting, or any other skills they’ve acquired.
- Personalized 1:1 Attention: Unlike crowded training facilities where dogs might get lost in the crowd, we pride ourselves on providing personalized attention. By limiting the number of dogs in our care, we can give each resident the individualised 1:1 time they deserve. This ensures that your dog’s unique needs and training goals are met during their stay.
- Meet Mabel, one of Our Regular Residential Stars: meet Mabel – one of our regular residential guests who loves coming to stay with us. Mabel comes to us to ensure her recall stays reliable, she continues to bring retrieves straight back to hand, that her stop whistle remains sharp and that she is kept close when off lead and doesn’t go off self employed. She is also guaranteed plenty of cuddles in her downtime.
In conclusion, residential boarding offers a worry-free solution for pet owners during their holiday getaways. Trusting your dog to a facility that prioritises individualised attention and continues their training ensures a positive experience for both you and your canine companion. So, as you plan your next holiday or short break, rest assured that your dog will be in good hands, enjoying their own holiday retreat filled with care, attention, and continued learning.