Professional attention. Trained staffers will care for your dog. In case of emergency, they will know how to administer medicine and give your pet approved treatments while they wait for you to return home.
Medical care. If your dog takes medications every day, a dog boarding kennel may be the best place to leave your pet while you travel. Trained employees will give your pet each dose of medicine.
Proper exercise and diet. Pets, especially dogs, need daily exercise and good nutrition. A well-run pet boarding kennel will offer exercise time and be willing to work with you if your pet is on a special diet.
Safety. You’ll be able to travel knowing your pet is unlikely to escape into the streets.
Originally posted at: http://animalwatchers.com/blog/benefits-of-pet-boarding/