Where to house one’s pet when one is travelling

I thought about how we house our pets when we have to travel or cannot take  care of them for short periods for any other reason. Enquiring for one friend, I found that two others mentioned that they had put their dogs in the following kennels:



#38, Rustam Bagh, Behind Manipal Hospital, Old Airport Road, Bangalore – 560075

+91 98865 84925 | +91 97422 79644



666 Kennels

#34/2, Kanakapura Road, Adjoining Nice Road Bangalore-560062

+91 9740007070


Both do mention cats, but I do wonder how other people manage to arrange for the stay of their non-human family members (that’s how I think of pets!) when they have to be away.

If readers know of any other good kennels/petcare services, please do respond on this thread. Also, I would like up-to-date reviews of these two places, if possible.



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