Written by the Town House for Dogs and Cats, 2021 It's that time of year and making arrangements for boarding your pet at a kennel (or Town House!) might at first be worrisome or sometimes feel like a guilt trip. But for your pet, it could be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make. It can be for you too, as long as you choose a place that offers both of you peace of mind. Here are some important tips for planning what to do with your pet when you're away - whether that'
The Town House for Dogs & Cats asks: How Important is Pet Fitness? The answer is.....wait for it....yes! Yes, of course pets need exercise, but it always depends. Cats for instance, not as much physical activity is needed. For dogs, much more so, but usually depends on the breed. So, we want to focus on dogs since they typically need regular exercise. Much like us humans! Exercising is not only good for dog's physical and mental health, but it also plays a huge role in your t
Written by the Town House for Dogs and Cats, 2021 The decision to get pet insurance for your furry child isn't always a simple one. There are many factors that play in and the process can be somewhat complicated. We break down the basics for you here, so you can make the choice that's right for you both! Let's dive into this, starting with cost..... So, is insurance really necessary and more importantly, is it worth the price? Currently, over 2.2 million pets in the U.S. an
Written by the Town House for Dogs and Cats, 2020 Working from home (and more time spent at home) has been a major adjustment for many people this year. Let's not forget about our dogs and cats this past year! We know our pets love their routines, so this past year has been a major shift in our lives. Over this past year, we've learned a lot about COVID-19, as well as how to create a fully safe experience for you, our customer. Our #1 priority. What we created is an organiz