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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It's a new year - time for refreshing our businesses with resolutions Just like Mary Poppins, many pet owners would say that their pet sitter is "perfect in every way". Owners get attached to their pet sitters and greatly value them because they know they take their businesses to heart and try their best to provide awesome pet care for their furry and feathery babies! Personal and professional growth is important for a pet sitter ( and anyone, really) and it is good to revie
Here's a little pet sitting levity during these Christmas Days I've always loved the Christmas song "The Twelve Days of Christmas". It is fun to sing and even more fun if you add the motions and act it out. It is fun to do with your family, friends, children, youth groups, and people of any age, so I thought I would connect it with pet sitting too. I took a crack at it, and here it is....a pet sitting sing-a-long! On the first day of Christmas, my pet sitter gave to me - pe
A fun and light read in the busyness of Christmas preparations It is time for a little levity so this is a shorter post for my readers. I thought you'd enjoy a little poetry during this hectic holiday season. The cat in the photo above is "Toby" and since I have a photo of him enjoying playtime in a box, I thought it would be the perfect photo to go along with this little poem I wrote. WHY CATS LIKE BOXES Cats like boxes but who knows why - maybe they like to lay on their ba
Important things sitters need to know Scenario: A pet owner and pet sitter are in the midst of their initial Meet and Greet session and the client answers in the affirmative to the question of whether she has an alarm system in her home or not. The pet sitter knows he will need to operate the alarm system whenever he is actively pet sitting for her two fluffy cats, guinea pig, and three cockatiels. The new pet sitting client said to the pet sitter "My alarm system is so easy
Pet Sitters must be extra vigilant this time of year and here's why.... The time we have between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is a busy time. For those who are pet sitters, it is a time when they will find themselves in the homes of many people who are celebrating the holidays in a variety of ways. Each home will be different and sitters will find anything from no decorations at all to homes decked out to the hilt with every sort of tinsel and treat abounding. Although fes