Have You Thought Of Bringing Your Dog With You?

November 26, 2014|Posted in: Pets

So I headed out of town this past weekend (and will be again for the coming Thanksgiving weekend) so I boarded my Labradoodle while I was away.

What I really wanted.  *sigh*

What I really wanted. *sigh*

Or let me change that a bit. It’s my wife’s Labradoodle. I wanted something manly, like a Rottie or a even a Shepherd, but the wife wanted the fuzzy, energy filled guy we got. I’ll say that it’s her fault we have him, yet he’s a pretty cool customer at any rate.

Boarding Your Dog? Think Again

If you’ve never been a resident of Vegas, one thing you’d find if you did live here is if you are in any way a business owner, you are constantly wondering how you can cater to the constant flow of visitors we get here. Such was my thought after dropping off Chuck at the boarder. I know many people come to the city for a week or weekend away from the daily grind and do as I do with their pets.

Here was my thought: I should have brought my dog with me, and so should you.

I mean, c’mon. How can you not love these guys

Bring Man’s Best Friend Along

Whenever we leave town, the natural thought is to leave the dog behind in the city you live in. However, how great would it have been to bring my dog with me, have him stay in the kennel in San Diego instead so I could take him in the evenings for the walks we enjoy together? I had room for him in the SUV to bring him with me, but the relatives don’t really want him in the house (can’t blame them) – why didn’t I just bring him along?

So that’s what I’m planning on doing this weekend for thanksgiving. I’m going to bring Chuck with me. Yes, he’s not the Rottie I wanted but he is my Labradoodle, and I plan on spending time with him too. And if you’re on your way here to Vegas any time soon, can I recommend to you my dog daycare facility, L.V. Dog Hotel?

This weekend, you never know, I may just have Thanksgiving dinner with Chuck instead. Sometimes he’s better company than relatives…