CHOOSING THE BEST BOARDING FACILITY
“Take time to meet the owners of the boarding facility and ask as many questions as possible. Observe the behavior of the people in charge of pet care,” advised Comia.
“Don’t settle for less because paying less may mean poor service. Check if your [companion animals] have enough room space to move comfortably.
“Good ventilation and enough water sources are also things to consider. Also, look for a pet boarding facility with good reviews from actual pet parents. Visit their kennels and catteries.
“Regardless of whether you choose a pet boarding or a pet sitter, make sure you provide detailed instructions on what to feed your [companion animal], and if there are any required medications.”