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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Unlocking important info regarding your clients' keys I've said it before, and I'll say it again, the biggest service pet sitters provide for their clients is peace of mind. Proper key use, labeling, policies, and storage help make that happen. Pet sitting clients trust their sitters with their two most precious possessions - their pets and their homes - and it is up to the sitter to guard that trust with the utmost seriousness and diligence. It is a leap of faith to hand ove
Pet Sitters - don't give up! Try some of these ideas. I'm sure my pet-loving readers will agree with me when I say that we are certainly living in difficult times. It has been a tough 12 months and it looks like things will continue being rough for a while longer. Pet owners are staying home more due to the pandemic and that has affected professional pet sitters' businesses. With fewer, or almost no pet sitting clients taking vacations and business trips, many pet sitters hav
Ideas to make a better connection within your community with a side benefit of promoting your pet sitting business. This is an important post for any pet sitter who wants a good reputation in his or her community. Let's talk about GOODWILL. This is one word, not two, so I'm not making a typo! According to the famous Webster Dictionary, a definition of goodwill is : "the favor or advantage that a business has acquired especially through its brands and good reputation." (My tr
Be guilt-free and spoil on! This may be a controversial topic to some degree because there are those out there in my blog land who may disagree with me. Let me start by saying that I am in no way advocating spoiling our pets to the point of creating negative behaviors in them, or making them take a higher priority than our children or our own well-being. My premise is that our pets are sweet creatures who give us much joy and unconditional love and deserve some spoiling! I th