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Discussion in 'Dog Boarding' started by jchalmers6, Mar 29, 2011.


  1. jchalmers6

    jchalmers6 PetForums Newbie

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    I am looking for somewhere to leave my labradoodle whilst we go away. The only thing is that she is not good on a lead as she pulls. This may prove difficult for home sitters, I have found kennels but when I asked if they would give her daily cuddles and comfort her if she cries they said "Shes a dog thats what they do, we dont really get time for that!" this really didn't make me feel god as she loves to have cuddles and not having them for a week would be awful. My ideal place would be living with someone where they have land and she could just run around and get lots of cuddles. This I don't think is too much to ask for my much loved member of the family. Please help.
     
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    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    Have you looked into home boarding? Henrick has always stayed with a home boarder and he gets ruined, Bella will be going too this year.
     
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    I home board dogs, I am based In North Wootton, Norfolk. I have a secure garden, where the dogs can play, and I live over the road from the woods. I have experience with lead pullers, and have boarded many doggies. She will get lots of cuddles and lots of attention. They live exactly as they would in your home. Teresa.
     
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    Hi there, just wondered if you take dogs who are dog reactive, although we have/are working with a behaviourist it is a slow process he is great in everyohter way, (not really small children though) they are to excitable for him. what i mean is do you just have the one dog at a time? if yes to all above could you PM me your prices please, i live about 20mins away from you.

    sue
     
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    jchalmers6 PetForums Newbie

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    It sounds perfect our dog is very affectionate however really misses us, we left her with a friend for the day and over night as a trial for our holiday in August and she cried by the window all the time. She loves having a walk but does pull. She loves to sleep on her bed and is so gentle and kind, a bit warry of some men for some strange reason! but can't quite blame her., How much do you charge? and do you have any dogs? she gets a bit frightened of some dogs. I think you are near Kings Lynn is that right? thanks very much
    Julie
     
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