Traveling with pets can be a stressful experience, especially in the event of a long layover or unexpected delay. However, there are also times when it is necessary for a pet to travel alone, such as when a person may be relocating from a different country back to the United States. Most of us don’t like to think about our pets having to travel alone, but there are some steps to take to minimize the stress of the experience for you and your pet and ensure their safe arrival to their destination.
Flying can be a stressful experience. There are many moving pieces when it comes to airline travel such as getting to the airport early enough to get checked in then getting through security as well as delays and cancellations over which you have no control. However, flying with pets can add even more stress…Read more
Welcome to Hillrose! If you’ve never stayed a night at the Hillrose Pet Resort, you’re in for a real treat. Hillrose Pet Resort, in SeaTac, WA offers a great boarding experience for you whenever your family has to leave town for a while. In fact, since you’ve never boarded here before, we’ll walk you…Read more
As a pet owner, do you ever ask yourself the question: “Should I use a dog kennel or should I hire a dog sitter?” Well, that’s a very good question. Hiring a dog-sitter can certainly have its advantages, and a dog-sitter typically offers you the convenience of coming to your home to care for your…Read more