Pet hotels & spas

When masters go on vacation without their pets, many make sure their pets get a treat as well: “Happy Tails works like an all-inclusive resort for the canine Caribbean, Bowens added, where services like petting, playtime, feeding and giving medication is included in the overall cost.”

My little Yorkshire Terrier is quite insane (he attacks strangers on site by biting their toes and is often nervous or scared to the point where he’s shaking) and I wonder if leaving him in a pet hotel is best for him. I hope that he’ll become more sociable being surrounded by other dogs, but I’m told that he just hides while he’s there, avoiding the other dogs as much as possible. I guess I have to hope the pet hotels are good for him, because family members are becoming more and more reluctant to watch him while I’m on vacation.

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