Jojo is following her family to New Zealand, once she fulfils the health requirements for entering the country.

This involves a wait of about six months. So during that time, Jojo is staying in a home boarding environment with four housemates. Her daily routine is sleep, play, sleep, play, eat… Home boarding means there are no kennels, just a lovely big garden with other dogs for company. And of course, a house mum who looks after them all and makes sure they’re happy during their stay.

Home boarding isn’t right for every dog — some dogs simply aren’t sociable enough to want to spend their days with other dogs. So at the start of her stay Jojo will be carefully watched to check she’s settling in well and has time and space to herself, as well as good interaction with the other dogs.

We’ll keep you updated on how Jojo’s stay is going.

By | 2016-10-17T11:03:55+00:00 Monday, July 11, 2011|animal transportation, home boarding, latest news, pet air travel|0 Comments

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