Anytime that you have to go visit your relatives and cross over the county lines to get there, chances are, you will have to stay either with someone you know or find separate lodging. Â Although everyone else around you might be caught up in what type of Christmas gift they plan on purchasing forÂ their significant other when the reunionsÂ come around every year. Â But for a growing number of millennials in the United States, the concern is shifting to transporting their unwilling home-body cat or rambunctious puppy to your hometown. Â On top of that, it can be difficult to find lodging that will be peaceful, but still allow animals.
We recommend always planning ahead of time for this reason. Â Just like children, cats and dogs are living individuals who require our care, and it is up to us to be aware of how they are affected more easily by motion sickness as well as environmental changes. Â Why else do so many of them tend to be so scared of thunderstorms? Â Our furry family members often have more sensitive hearing, smell, and cats have skin sensitivity that far surpasses a human’s.
If you choose to go the other route and seek lodging for your animal companion during the holidays, be aware that high traffic or high volume business times are not going to yield a peaceful or pleasant stay. Â When businesses are packed to full capacity, it creates a high stress environment for both the animals and the people providing the lodging service.