Introduction to Kennel Life

 

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Kennel life begins early and can on occasions finish very late. The top priority of any dog handler is the care of their charge, keeping their accommodation clean and hygienic, seeing they have exercise and good food and are comfortable and happy. After-hours disturbances should be avoided if possible both because handlers need some off duty time and because visitors disturb the dogs and send them into a frenzy of barking. If there is a good reason for out-of-hours visits by handlers and proper notice is given to the Kennel Manager, arrangements can be made to bring the dog to a separate kennel which will not involve disturbing a whole building.

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