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Old 03-17-2013, 04:37 PM   #31
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Posibilly posting within a radius from where you live with -for a hav family. Maybe you could trade off.
I have/am going through a similar situation.
Seems like if people do not have dogs-they are not interested. If they do have dogs-whether our Hav will fit in is questionable.
Just shows- we gotta stick together
Actually, we have a family nearby with a Havanese, but when I suggested a play date they gave me the brush off otherwise it would have been ideal, esp like you said we could have traded...
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Old 03-17-2013, 04:58 PM   #32
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Harley is nine months as well. We live in New Mexico.I am not even sure that there is ANY Havs in NM. I plan to go to Wisc. I would like to make it a long trip to see family but they do not have 4 legged friends-so questionable. I am still working on a plan to take him with me. I can not afford a pet-friendly hotel. Still mulling it over.
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Old 03-18-2013, 01:22 AM   #33
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It sounds like you have some good possibilities already. I would also like to recommend Rover.com, which is a national (U.S.) organization, to find pet sitters in your area. Most will do it in either your home or theirs. I have found several good people in my area who I have checked out and used for pet sitting and daycare. This way Benjamin has been able to get used to them in case I need to make quick arrangements for overnight boarding some time, and he will not need to stay in a strange place. I think Rover does a great job of screening people, and everyone I have met so far has seemed very friendly and responsible. It can be pricey, but I would imagine that people would be willing to make a deal for a long term stay. Good luck!
Thank you so much for the info. U are right, dog boarding is expensive! Especially for a longer term. Still I am grateful atleast we have that option.
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:23 AM   #34
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Our dog sitter goes to UC Berklee. She had been thinking of getting a dog herself but hasn't yet.
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