5 or 10 30-Minute Dog Walks or In-Home Petsitting Visits from Hoppin' Habitats (Up to 53%)

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In a Nutshell

Trainer with Red Cross "Pet First Aid" certification offers 30-minute dog walks or in-home petsitting visits

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Valid only within 12 miles of zip code 80923. Reservation required, 48 hour advance notice required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. There will be an additional fee of $0.25/mile outside of the service area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Boarding your pets while you're on vacation puts your fears at ease so that you can concentrate on what truly matters--your pilgrimage to Dr. Seuss's grave. Show you care with this Groupon.

Boarding your pets while you're on vacation puts your fears at ease so that you can concentrate on what truly matters--your pilgrimage to Dr. Seuss's grave. Show you care with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $35 for 5 30-minute dog-walking sessions ($75 value)
  • $70 for 10 30-minute dog-walking sessions ($150 value)
  • $35 for 5 in-home petsitting visits ($75 value)
  • $70 for 10 in-home petsitting visits ($150 value)

Dog Boarding: How to Keep Pets from Digging a Tunnel Back Home

Leaving your best friend behind can be the hardest part of preparing for vacation. Take these extra steps to help the transition from home to boarding kennel go smoothly.

Do a Test Run: It’s good to know your dog will adapt to a specific boarding facility before you’re 1,000 miles away. Putting them up for a night of boarding a few days before you leave will help them get used to new surroundings and assure them that you’ll come back soon. If you have any questions about the facility or the daily activities there, ask if you can take a tour or interview the current dogs.

Pack Mementos: Dogs find comfort in the familiar, so bring anything along that might remind them of home during lonely afternoons. A T-shirt you’ve recently worn, for example, will retain your scent, easing separation anxiety. A favorite chew toy will both remind dogs of playtime at home and help relieve stress naturally through the act of chewing.

Pay Your Vet a Visit: Most dog-boarding facilities require proof of vaccinations before your dog can stay there. Ask which ones are required and have them done in advance of your dog’s stay.

Write a Note for the Staff: If your dog has special needs—such as a sensitive stomach averse to certain treats—the staff should be aware of it ahead of time. Jot down any specifics, such as how much food your dog gets at each feeding, how often your dog takes medication, and any other important information that will help them care for your pet.

Don’t Freak Out: When leaving your dog, it’s important not to make a big deal out of your departure or to cry into their kibble. Your dog can sense your stress, which could lead them to think something’s wrong. If you stay upbeat about the impending vacation, chances are your dog will, too.


Tips

  • “She was great and it was so much better for our dogs vs. having them kenneled.”


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