But you might think twice if you could leave your pupper in India’s first dog hotel, where no luxury is too much for our furry friends.
Your doggo could be spoiled with velvet beds covered with cushions featuring pictures of dogs, a dog swimming pool, private balconies, 24-hour webcam access for pining owners and even a dog café.
Prices start from £52 a night for a basic room, with options including outdoor access and twin beds for families.
Chief executive Deepak Chawla opened Critterati to offer a more luxurious kennel experience. Speaking to the Mail Online, he said: ‘An animal is more loyal than human beings, they will do anything for us so they deserve it.’
The royal suite provides pets with a television, private balcony and huge bed with soft velvet headboard.
On site is a spa, 24-hour on-call vet, swimming pool and a dog café which also caters to humans.
Mr Chawla explained the structure of the day, saying: ‘It starts from 7am with potty breaks, then breakfast, then again a potty break, then play sessions for around two hours, then swimming sessions, then again play sessions, plus time in the café.’
Where can we sign our dogs up?