Should My Indoor Cat Have Pet Insurance?
There’s no doubt outdoor cats have a higher potential for…
The closing of the year includes travel for many people. For those with pets, the question arises of whether or not to board your pet for the duration of holiday travel. By taking note of a few boarding do’s and don’ts, you can help ensure a stress-free time for you and your pet this holiday season.
Believe it or not, there are many benefits when boarding your pet. Boarding can be safe—and often fun—for your furry family member.
- “Get recommendations,” said Richard Schlatter, general manager of Green Leaf Pet Resort.
- “Book your stay early,” said Schlatter. “Many facilities will book up just as hotels do.”
- “I always label all of my stuff and type up any feeding/medication directions,” said Becca Spalding, claims administrator at PetFirst and frequent boarder. “The easier I can make it for the employees, the less they have to call me or second guess the care they are giving to my pets.”
Altogether, the end of the holiday season carries much fun for you and your pets. Whether your canine or feline counterparts travel alongside you this season, or they’re given their own vacation at a resort, camp or boarding facility, we wish safe and happy celebrations to all. And don’t forget: you can give the gift of pet insurance to protect your four-legged family member (and your budget) during the holidays and all through the year.