Well, I'll tear a page from Jean Donaldson's philosophy and restate her question....Why do we put our dogs in cages? Zoos create a communal environment for their animals...why can't we do something like that for our dogs?
I was trying to point out that many high end (state of the art) boarding places have gotten away from runs/kennels. They offer communal rooms, sofas, chairs, Animal Planet TV, the dogs are free to mingle (by size) all day and only go in their separate kennels at night.Because some dogs are not social therefore can't be left in a "communal environment". I also note that many zoo animals are caged.
She can try to make a communal environment with them and end up with some very unfortunate results.
The idea is a combination of Doggie Daycare but, they're also a Boarding Kennel. It's certainly true that some dogs are not suited for Daycare environments. In that case, they don't get to socialize....they're handled the same way the daycares handle it....they're sent to their rooms.Yes exactly the problem.
I know they have places like this out there. Just because it works for some dogs doesn't mean all dogs should be left in such an environment.