All dogs staying in the same main enclosure must be compatible, as determined by observation. No more than six adult dogs can be accommodated in the same place. The right travel kennel can keep your pet physically and emotionally comfortable throughout the trip. To ensure that your pet has a comfortable flight, we have strict accommodation requirements designed to keep your pet safe.
If you don't meet all of the crate requirements, your animal won't be able to travel on the designated flight. It will need to be rebooked for a flight or a later day, which may result in additional expenses. It is important that you buy the right size cage for your animal. Each animal should have enough space to stand, roll around normally while standing, sit upright and lie down in a natural position.
Snap-lock huts will only be accepted if they are secured with metal nuts, bolts or screws. Black nylon caps are also accepted. The door to the shed must be made of metal. There are no doors at the top of the shed.
After our team performs a visual inspection of the pet upon delivery, removable cable ties will be placed at all four corners of the kennel door frame. All wheels must be inoperable or removed. The kennel must be clean and free of offensive odors. Place absorbent material such as blankets, towels or beds on the bottom.
Hay, wood chips or straw are not allowed. Please note that bedding cannot exceed 3 inches in height. Place two plates (food and water) inside the cage, making sure they are accessible without opening the door. A transparent one-gallon bag of food taped to the top along with instructions.
We will place live animals and orientation tags on the kennels during delivery. Keep in mind that two dogs or two cats can share the same crate if each one weighs less than 20 pounds and is less than six months old. All animals must be at least eight weeks old and weaned in order to travel. Make sure that the building you choose for your kennel has enough space to house your current clientele, as well as any new doggy guests.
Your state may require specific sizes for each pen or dog crate, depending on the dog's weight. The official website of the state of Connecticut, for example, requires that indoor or outdoor tracks be at least 10 feet long and 36 inches wide for dogs up to 45 pounds, and at least 48 inches wide for dogs over 45 pounds. The inside of the pens should be five square feet per 25-pound dog or less, nine square feet per dog between 25 and 45 pounds, and 16 square feet per dog over 45 pounds. All our campers have the opportunity to play in spacious playgrounds, where they can socialize and play with other dogs.
We separate our campers by activity level, temperament and size. Our trusted camp counselors, who are certified in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation for pets, carefully monitor and supervise the game at all times. Camp Bow Wow requires that all dogs be spayed or neutered by 7 months of age in order to receive daycare and boarding services. Dogs kept in cages should be confined to a crate, unless otherwise stated for health or welfare reasons, such as mother dogs who need to feed their puppies.
Kennels will be classified by type and the license fee will be determined according to the type of kennel and the number of dogs housed, maintained, housed, housed, housed, sold, gifted or transferred in or near the kennel. Employees must separate adult dogs to prevent them from breeding and to protect dogs from attack and injury. The health of dogs has benefited in many ways thanks to the increase in the size of primary enclosures, solid floors, unrestricted access to exercise, ventilation systems certified by engineers, and routine six-month veterinary exams for all dogs. The house must have cold and hot running water, kept at a comfortable temperature for both dogs and employees, and allow ventilation with fresh air and adequate lighting at all times.
Law 119 improved conditions in commercial kennels to ensure that breeding dogs that spend their entire lives in a kennel have quality living conditions and that the puppies sold are healthy...