cat friendly lodging

Cat-friendly lodging or a pet sitter? Cats have independent personalities. It’s convenient to leave cats home alone since they don’t require a formal walk with a human to heed nature’s call, and prefer to nap in a quiet, sunny spot–from sunrise to sundown. But cats still enjoy the comforts and safety that humans provide. Dogs…

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Pet obesity affects the overall health of your furry friend. October is National Pet Obesity Awareness Month. Here are the facts about pet obesity. Daycare keeps dogs active throughout the day, providing the right balance of stimulation, socialization, activity and rest…

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What to expect after boarding your pet at a resort during a vacation? Ah, the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. It’s a busy few weeks for even the coolest of cats or party-going pups, and especially for those spending time at a luxury pet resort while family is visiting Grandma in Orlando or Uncle Bob in…

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You might not think so, but pet resorts are for cats too! Cats certainly have independent personalities. For the most part, they are: Polite eaters—never inhaling their entire daily feeding in 5 seconds flat thinking it may be their last meal ever Don’t require a formal walk with a human to heed nature’s call Prefer…

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From retrievers and herders to even the smallest dogs—historically bred to capture vermin—by nature, are energetic, smart and designed to perform a variety of jobs—of which solitary couch potato is not included! Dogs are social animals that enjoy spending time with people and other dogs, so when left alone a resourceful canine will find ways to keep busy. Chewing on…

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It’s an exciting day—you are ready for vacation and it’s time to drop your dog or cat off for lodging. Even though you are looking forward to your trip, the moment you have to leave your pet in the care of others can be stressful. Planning will make the check-in process easy for you and the resort experience fun for your…

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