This blog provides inspiration, education, and information to help create and maintain successful connections between pet sitters and their clients for the good of their pets. It also provides information about pet care and the field of pet sitting that will benefit pet sitters, owners, vets, and all pet lovers.
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Don't forget to take a little time for this in every pet visit I've said it before and I'll say it again: "There's very little actual 'sitting' in pet sitting." The typical pet sitting visit, usually around 30 minutes long on average, includes many individual tasks and responsibilities that must be completed. A typical pet visit, especially if there are multiple pets in a home, includes everything from litter box cleaning, dog walking, food prep and feeding, medication admin
Part 1 was a popular read - here is Part 2 Why am I writing a Part 2 on the topic of pet sitting as a lifestyle business? I think because people were curious about the concept and are looking for me to talk about it a little more. Let's look then, at the small business experience, particularly professional pet sitting, from a different, or deeper, perspective. The business world can be very matter of fact. People in business can often be in a hurry, very results-oriented, fin
As I write this, we are just 45 days away from the feast of Christmas. 2020 has not been a normal year and I think some people have had little time to think about making their Christmas shopping lists. This blog will give you some great ideas for gifts for pet sitters. Do you have a pet sitter in the family or a friend who is a pet sitter? These practical gift ideas will make your pet sitter smile, sigh, and say "Thank you from the bottom of my heart". These gift ideas are
What to wear to the dog park today? A monogrammed sweater? Down jacket? Sports t-shirt? Or perhaps something fun like a tutu? That will really make a statement to the world! These are the questions some dogs ask themselves, with the help of their humans, in 2020! Dogs have certainly moved up in society over the last one hundred years or so! In the days of old, most dogs were stuck living outside in dog houses, tied to a leash in the back yard, or sleeping on the back porch.