How to handle pets on a journey?
Most pet owners treat their pets as family members. So when vacations are planned the big question is: who will take care of the pet?
I believe the best thing to do is put them in the kennels or cattery if it is a dog or cat, it might not be as cosy as a family members house but you can sleep well with the knowledge that they are safe and unharmed. If a family member or a friend takes them without the proper knowledge of how to take care of your pets needs and something happends, i.e they loose the pet, not knowing they run off when they see a sheep, they can not be held accountable. It is much easier and safer to leave them with proffesionals so as to ensure you are not spending your time worrying about them when you should be enjoying yourself!
Hope this helps.
I recommend to train the animal before traveling with him or leave him with a friend while traveling.
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