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How to Read a Dog’s Body Language: A Step-by-Step Guide

By Austin Dog Kennels Team | May 16, 2022

What is your dog trying to communicate with you? Dogs have a language that allows them to express their emotional condition and intentions to others in the same way as humans. Although dogs make use of noises and signals, much of the information they convey is through their body language, particularly their facial expressions and…

Do You Need Dog Boarding? Here’s How To Prepare

By Austin Dog Kennels Team | April 21, 2022

Let’s face it, taking your dog on vacation isn’t convenient. Staggered schedules and allergic family members can all cause tension for everyone, not to mention the challenges of flights or long road trips. Dog boarding is a godsend in situations like these. Instead of worrying about bathroom breaks during long road trips or your allergic…

How To Keep Your Dog Comfortable In The Heat Of Summer

By Austin Dog Kennels Team | April 8, 2022

With your dog outside in the summertime, I’m sure they are having a lot of fun. When the temperature rises, take measures to protect your pet, regardless of whether you walk them down the road or drive them in the car. Here are some methods for safeguarding your beloved companion while they’re playing outside in…

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5 Things to Look for When Buying a Home Kennel for Your Dog

By Austin Dog Kennels Team | March 4, 2022

Do you want to invest in a home dog kennel, also known as a dog crate? If that’s the case, make sure to read this post to be sure you’re making the right choice for your pup. Kennels can be a friend of your puppy or dog if you take proper care of your pet…

What to Expect the First Time You Board Your Dog

By Austin Dog Kennels Team | February 15, 2022

If you don’t know what to expect the first time you board your dog, then you’re probably thinking about whether or not it’s going to be stressful for them. Well, some dogs may get stressed from the experience of being left in a strange place and with unfamiliar people. But other dogs won’t mind at…