An adult, 2-to-3 hour long event and/or a dog’s first encounter can cost significantly less than you think.
We offer a variety of rates depending on the number of dogs and the location. Pricing on the evening of the event varies based on whether the event is large or small.
We recommend that you use our site’s ‘Watch Dog Rates’ to determine the right price. We do not require deposit upfront.
What size room can I rent?
We encourage you to be respectful of your dog (and your own comfort level) in your own room. Your dog needs plenty of space and space.
There will be plenty of room in each individual room.
The most important thing to make sure of is that there are plenty of chairs, so your dog can walk around. The dog needs to be in a room with enough space to get him or her to the door and sit down on it, not in a corner of the room.
There will be plenty of room in each individual room. The most important thing to make sure of is that there are plenty of chairs, so your dog can walk around. The dog needs to be in a room with enough space to get him or her to the door and sit down on it, not in a corner of the room. The best size for each dog depends on the size of your dog, your dog’s size, and your dog’s temperament, as shown below.
How often should my dog live with me?
Your dog should live with you as long as will allow the interaction necessary to have a good association with you. The only exception is to provide a dog that has been specifically trained to live in a private space.
The reason we suggest that each dog live with you as long as possible is that this allows the owner to continue to interact with their dog and to get an association with the dog with which they can then share with others.
A dog that is left on a home or work premises for a period of time that the owner can not afford to keep will generally experience a bad reputation and will become more or less difficult for the owner to attract.
Please note, if you live in a large apartment complex where your dog cannot easily leave the complex, you will need to ask the landlord to take your dog back. If you want to bring your Dog with you on your vacation or on your honeymoon, the landlord may restrict the dog’s movements.
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