As a pet owner, you know how important it is to give your dog the care and attention she or he needs. However, if your canine spends a lot of time alone during the day while you are at work, then you know your pup is not getting the attention he needs, which might lead to feelings of guilt for you as well as some not-so-nice behaviors in your dog. If this is the case in your household, you may want to consider sending your dog to dog daycare.
The Benefits of of Dog Daycare HHP Rockville:
Relieves Boredom/ Separation Anxiety
One of the primary reason that dogs can form destructive behaviors is boredom or separation anxiety. In case a dog is left by himself for many hours every day during the work week, he can become exceedingly bored or overly anxious, either way, this can manifest into a wide variety of destructive behaviors such as chewing, excessive barking or howling, and even accidents. An excellent daycare situation will provide healthy stimulation preventing these behaviors.
Dogs are creatures of habit and very much like routine. Sending your dog to daycare will help maintain a daily routine of walks and playtime. Here at Hillrose Pet Resort, our daycare provides a regular routine for your canine that always includes a playtime.
One of the major benefits associated with sending your dog to daycare is that he / she are certain to get exercise daily which is so important for your dog’s overall health.
Owner peace of mind
For you, the dog owner, you will enjoy peace of mind realizing that your pet dog is being well-cared for when you are at work eliminating the guilt you might have felt while he was home alone for so many hours at the same time.
Having your dog around other dogs as well as other humans is a great method of providing socialization for him. This may be a great tool in training a dog to stay calm in a variety of situations.
Sending your dog to daycare will provide him with the loving attention and affection that dogs need on a regular basis. At Hillrose, our workers are chosen because they love dealing with animals. We’re pet owners as well and we understand a dog’s need for constant, loving attention which is why someone from our staff will be with your pet from the time they arrive until you select them up.
Sending your dog to daycare is usually a much safer option, particularly if your pup is one who tries to escape his yard or crate. At Hillrose, safety is our number 1 priority for each of your guests. All of our daycare dogs are monitored very closely.
If you feel that doggie daycare would be a little too much for you or your dog every day, consider bringing your pet a couple of times a week. At Hillrose, we even offer a drop-in daycare option for those pet owners who might require daycare at the last minute.
A tired dog is a happy dog
A dog who has been active and well-cared for each day will naturally get tired. When a dog is tired, he tends to be more content which, makes you, the owner happy as well.