Many dog owners choose private dog accommodation for their pets as an alternative to kennel accommodation. This places their pets in the environment they are most accustomed to and greatly reduces their susceptibility to infectious diseases.
Before choosing a space for a dog, you should make an appointment with the homeowner and you and your dog. You should also ask at least three customers to call and get referrals. When you and your dog are welcomed into your home by several dogs and homeowners, don't think about them.
This is a strong sign that they are experienced and know how to care for many outdoor dogs. There are more pets sitting in the open environment than meets the eye. If there is more than one dog in the household, your dog should be introduced to each one individually to give them a chance to adjust and not be overwhelmed by a group of dogs.
When you enter the house, your dog should be on a leash so you can control him and let him sniff and greet the homeowner when he is ready. Remember that this is part of the decision-making process.
The house should be relatively clean, without choking small things. If dog bones are around, it is an indication that the owner of the house is inexperienced or not diligent, the bones are causing fighting – leave them alone. Ask where your dog will have free access.