Give Your K-9 The Best Life In Any City

Here in Las Vegas (where K-9 Behave is based), it’s a great city to own a K-9 because of it’s many dog parks, pet friendly businesses, veterinarian locations, pet supplies stores and real estate accommodations. In fact, K-9’s here are living the life! But, if you aren’t as lucky to reside here, you and your K-9 can still live a great life together no matter what city you all are in.

In your current city, look up online different things to do locally with your K-9. You’d be surprised at the different types of K-9 businesses that exist . From specialty K-9 food catering, to upscale pet pampering.

6 Things K-9 Owners Should Do When Moving To A New City

When moving with a K-9 there are several things to consider since your pet can’t speak for themselves. Here is a list of 6 things to do BEFORE you move your K-9 to a new city:

 1. Make sure your new home has enough space for your K-9 before moving in.

 2. If you travel for work or regularly, research boarding facilities in the area.

 3. Check the county, city and state laws for any type of animal/breed restrictions or pet owner regulations.

4. Look for a K-9 trainer and book them as close as your move in date as possible.

5. Book an appointment with a local vet if a check-up is needed.

6. Make a list of neighborhood K-9 friendly parks/dog parks to visit. – This can also be researched online.

Published by k9behavetraining

K-9 Behavioral Modification & Training is a positive reinforcement k-9 training company located in Las Vegas, NV. Specializing in working with adopted and rescue dogs, correcting aggressive behaviors, along with other training needs that come along with owning a K-9. We work with k-9’s of any age and every breed.

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