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What are the differences between sitting, boarding and daycare?

Dog boarding is when the dog will come to the carers house for the care to take place. Dog boarding usually takes place over a long period of time. For example, the owner is going on holiday so the dog will need to stay in the owner's house for the duration of the care.

Dog sitting is the same but it means that the carer has to go to the owner's house instead.

Cat sitting is the same as dog sitting. The carer will have to go to the owner's house in order to take care of the cats.
 

Doggy daycare is when the dog spends the day at the carers home. They will be picked up (or dropped off) on the same day as the care. This can usually be a recurring booking. Let us know if you require this as a one off booking!