If you haven’t had a moment’s peace in days, you’re tired, and you’ve got a ton of things to do, having your dog pee in your closet or chew out your furniture is the last thing you need. Why not consider the merits of putting him in a dog day care in Upper East Side for a few hours? Here’s why:
You love your dog. But there are good days and bad days. If you’ve got a busy day ahead and you want to get a lot of things done—ensuring there are zero distractions should be on top of your list. By putting your dog in day care, you won’t have to worry about someone slobbering doggy kisses all over your suit, trying to nose his way through your breakfast plate or leaving dog spit on your shoes or skirt. Drop him off first thing, and you can prepare in peace.
If you’re like most pet owners, you’re probably guilty about leaving your dog alone at home so much. If your dog is sociable and loves being around other dogs, the quickest way to dispel all that guilt is to put him in day care. That way, he’ll have fun playing with other pets. You won’t have to think about him, sad and alone, starting at the door until you get home.
Find a dog day care in Upper East Side that provides daily exercises and programs. That way, your dog can get some much-needed exercise. Do they offer dog walking services too? You might want to toss that in the bag as well so you’re sure your dog is getting plenty of exercise and fun.
The Dogington Post says puppies can get destructive when they’re lonely and could end up chewing through your sofa, pillows and chairs. Putting them in day care, then, isn’t just better for your pet’s health, it’s also better for your furniture.