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5 Options for Daily Puppy Care for the Working Professional

[fa icon="calendar"] Apr 6, 2017 5:22:19 PM / by Todd McCarthy

Todd McCarthy

 5optionsfordailypuppycare

Taking care of a puppy is not easy work. And if you are a working professional, it is pretty much impossible to do it all yourself. That is why we've outlined 5 options for daily puppy care that will help take some of the work off of your plate - leaving your puppy happier and healthier than ever before.

 

1.) Hire a dog-walker.optionsfordailypuppycare.jpeg

This is a great option for those of you who have a puppy between 6 months and a year, that are house trained but still have a lot of vinegar and poo to get out of their systems throughout the day. There are several apps that allow you to quickly and easily request a responsible dog-lover to bring your puppy out to place.

2.) Hire a full-time dogsitter.

Full-time sitters are great to have around because they are able to provide their full attention to your pup, filing in for the hours that you can’t! However, this can often be a pricey option, as hourly rate can range anywhere from 10-30 dollars an hour.

3.) Look into offices that are pet-friendly.

There has been a recent surge in companies that are allowing their employees to bring their dogs to work everyday. Take look to see what options you may have in your area. Or, if you aren’t looking to make a move, mention it to your manager! You never know how much of a dog lover he/she may be at heart.

4.) House Train with Puppy Pads.

A lot of working professionals utlitize puppy pads to allow their dogs to be independent from a young age. Instead of being trained to relieve themselves in the grass outside, these puppies learn to run to the pads when it’s time. This option, however, can be less than ideal when it comes to keeping your house neat and tidy, not to mention the environmental impact of all that waste.

5.) Drop your pup off at Doggie Daycare.

Lastly, a lot of people opt for the doggie daycare route. Doggie daycare is not only a cheaper alternative to a dog-sitter, but it allows for healthy socialization for your puppy with its peers, and offers lots of puppy friends to play and exercise with throughout the day.

Doggie daycares are a wonderful solution for care during the workday. However, it can be difficult to find doggie daycares that are able to give your puppy the care and training it needs at such an impressionable time in its life.

 

Interested in learning more about maintaining a career and raising a pup? Click the link below to read out Ultimate Guide: 

 

Download Our Guide to  Balancing A Career and A Pup!

 

Additionally, feel free to check out Puppy Love Pet Carea daycare that has certified trainers to ensure that your pup is ready to enter into the real world and become a wonderful addition to your family.

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Todd McCarthy

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