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Doggy Day Care

Doggy Day Care

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One of the things that hasn’t changed over the generations—or even centuries—is that “man’s best friend,” the dog, continues to be a popular addition to a home as a pet, or just as a four-legged member of the family. The worldwide popularity of dogs is just as vibrant here in Australia as it is anywhere else on the globe.

Unfortunately, even if the popularity of the dog as a pet hasn’t changed, a lot of things about our lifestyle in the 21st century have. Life, especially in urban centres, is a lot more fast-paced and demanding. On top of that, in heavily populated areas, space, understandably, is at a premium. For people that choose to have goldfish, ro-dents, or even cats as pets, this isn’t as difficult a situation, even when people are working longer hours, spend-ing more time away from home. 

But if you have a dog, and you really care about your canine companion, things become a bit more challenging, especially if you have a larger breed. With more people in cities living a condo/apartment lifestyle, then working fulltime on top of that, being able to take proper care of a dog can be a real test. One of the ways that this problem is being addressed is with the rise of the “Doggy Day Care.”

If you’re not sure what this is, or whether it’s right for you and your dog, here’s what a doggy day care can do for you.

 

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A Dog Training Handbook - Part 1

How to Get Your Household Ready for Dog Training Success

 

Why Are We Training You First?

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In 1815, an unidentified fisherman’s canine companion – a Newfoundland – rescued French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte when he was knocked off his boat into rough seas. The courageous dog was said to have kept Napoleon afloat until he reached safety. 


“Here, Gentlemen, a dog teaches us a lesson in humanity,” – Napoleon Bonaparte, 1815


Your pet dog is entirely dependent on you to teach them lessons in humanity. At the same time, you will learn lessons about canine ways and behaviours. By taking the time to understand one another, you’ll grow a healthy, happy dog friendly and human friendly household.

Dogs need to be nurtured with consistency, love, regular exercise, practical grooming and health care, and good nutrition. With these basics in place while teaching your pet acceptable boundaries that cement their position in your pack, your dog will become your best friend, your friends and family’s best friend, effective watchdog, and in Napoleon’s case, your emergency services provider too.

 

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About Us

After years of research in Australia and the USA, The Pets Hotel is custom designed for your pet’s health, safety and comfort, all in a fun-filled environment - which exceeds the industry Code of Practice.
The owners of The Pets Hotel have 35 years experience in the Pet industry.

The Pets Hotel is the culmination of this experience.

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  • Great place for your pets. Highly recommend it to anyone. Climate controlled. No windy,cold or boiling hot tin sheds. Fab facility.

    Nicole W
  • Alma absolutely loved her day there she didn't want to leave. The staff are so lovely & friendly. Alma smelt so nice for days after her bath there.

    Joanne B
  • Best pet boarding facility in Melbourne. Worth every cent. Exceptional customer service and care for your pet.

    Brig S
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Contact Information

info@thepetshotel.com.au
Phone: (03) 9646 3696
Fax: (03) 9646 3695
Hours: Monday to Friday
7.00am until 6.30pm
Saturday and Sunday
9.00am to 4.30pm
Public Holidays
Closed
Address: 7 Phillip Court
Port Melbourne. Vic 3207