Summer travel and your pet
Are you traveling this summer, and not sure what to do with your four-legged family member?
The folks at the Humane Society say choose a good boarding facility. A professional can give your pet the attention they need, which might not be the case if you take your pet out of town with you.
But it's recommended you visit the facility before hand and ask plenty of questions.
Another good idea is to actually let your pet stay overnight, before you leave. A test run lets you see how everything will go while you're gone.