Home Away from Home
A basic boarding kennel or a luxury suite: Where will your dog be happiest?
Cathy M. Rosenthal
The first time Sharon Smith boarded her two dogs at a kennel in Queens, N.Y., it was “a nightmare,” she says. She found a kennel that agreed to board her dogs together, but when she arrived, she discovered the kennel had been sold to new owners.
“They refused to house them together,” Smith recalls. “I was so upset. We were leaving for vacation and had no choice but to leave them. When we returned, I found a kennel that would keep them together. I used them for 15 years."
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