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The Benefits of Walking Your Dog | The Dogington Post.

Pet Sitter or Friends and Family to take care of Your Pets

We have all taken care of friends, family or the neighbor’s pet. Maybe you have asked friends or family to take care of your fur family in your absence. Some people would rather not impose on the on their friends or family and some would not have it anyother way. Usually our furry friends will know them too. Most friends and family don’t really take it as serious as a professional pet sitter will and don’t think anything of it. Having friends, neighbors or family do a service for you always runs a risk of compromising the relationship. As a pet sitter I am wanting to accomodate you and your fur family that is the job I get paid to do and I have kept the rates very affordable as well. I will show up as close to scheldule as I can and not just when I get around to it. I will feed them the way you instruck me too being careful to keep the diet the same and not give them extra incase I have something else to do like some friends or family may. Some may not take it serious but I will take it very serious and not as a burden because I love taking care of pets it is a chosen profession for me and I will do it the best I can. I will also keep an eye on them for any different behaivor and anything that looks out of place at your home. Hopefully you will be so thrilled with my service you will give me a great review on google. This is something to think about the next time you will be away from your beloved fur family and need them looked after. Give me a call you will be so glad you did.  

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Top Ten Signs of Canine Heart Disease | The Dogington Post.

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Do you need In Home Boarding/Pet Sitter or a Kennel?

Will your pet enjoy staying at home where they are comfortable in their own environment or a boarding facility with many other roommates. This question seems obvious to me and is the reason I decided to start pet sitting and share the love I have for animals. When I was younger a friend of mine worked for a veterinarian/boarding facility and it did keep them safe but they seemed so desperate. They all barked like they were saying help, help, please help, it was heart breaking to see them so sad. It was clean and that was the only time they got out of the little wire cage was when it was being cleaned. They didn’t get to go for a walk or play and the people that worked there were just doing a job. It was so loud in there with all of the dogs barking as loud as they could it was ear piercing and the poor cats were beside themselves too crying out for help so sad. I was told the dogs couldn’t get out and play together because they could fight and get hurt.

As a pet sitter I come to your home were your pets are safe, secure and at ease in the comfort of their own home. I try to keep the routine for them as close to what they are use to as possible I even offer over night care if that is what you prefer. I feed them, play with them, pet them, walk them and extra TLC no extra charge.  

The Pet Sitters Role and the Security of Your Home

Having a pet sitter can and should give you peace of mind when you are away from home and your beloved pets. There are many ways a having a pet sitter come to your home in your absence should give you peace of mind when your not able to be home. Just having someone coming and going when your away is shown to be a road block to would be thieves. The pet sitter can do many small things to appear that activity at your home is somewhat normal even when your gone. The list could be almost endless and custom made to your lifestyle. It could be as simple as turning the lights on in the evening and off in the morning and opening and closing blinds, or watering your plants, taking your trash to the curb, bringing in your mail or paper. There is more value you can have than just knowing you beloved pets are safe and secure at home your also having someone who will notify you if anything looks strage in your home from water leaks to possible storm damage ect…

You also have to have peace of mind knowing your getting what you are paying for and the pet sitter is actually showing up and doing what they agreed to do in the first place. The pet sitter can offer skype or text pictures of your pets while they are there. Then there is the idea that your best interest is your pet sitters best interest. I call all of this the Gold Rule and I do believe we all have to do what we can withing reason to treat people right. When you hire a pet sitter or least this one you get a lot more than your beloved pet receiving the best care in the comfort of the family home they love. 

Rawhide: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly | The Dogington Post

Rawhide: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly | The Dogington Post.

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A Pet Sitter can you Help You With Elderly Parents and Their Pets

Are you in the position of making sure your elderly parents have their needs met. That can be a huge task, I have also been in that position myself and it can be overwhelming to say the least.  Pets can be great therapy and a much needed companion, but can add more to your to do list. Making sure that they are properly cared for too, maybe they need help taking the loved pet to the veterinarian, taking them for a walk, grooming them or cleaning up after or feeding them. A pet sitter can definitely  help releive some of that load at a very affordable price, as well as other little things they could do to help the older parent around the house. I beleive this could be a great value to you and peace of mind, because you would certinally be notified if any red flags were noted during the visits. I think my pet sitting service could add to the quality of life for you and your elderly parents if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Lovable

What Would Happen to Your Dog, If Something Happened to You? | The Dogington Post

What Would Happen to Your Dog, If Something Happened to You? | The Dogington Post.

Senior Dogs: Young At Heart | The Dogington Post

Senior Dogs: Young At Heart | The Dogington Post.

A Dog’s Dictionary | The Dogington Post

A Dog’s Dictionary | The Dogington Post.