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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Some common sense advice that some dog owners need to hear. You are probably reading this because you love dogs and are wondering what things shouldn't be forced on dogs. In short, several things, at least in my humble opinion, and I want to share my thoughts with the entire dog-loving world. Sometimes we think we are doing the right or good thing for our pets but if we really look at things from a dog's perspective, or even a common sense perspective, we see that we are real
A few pointers that might help cat owners and pet sitters! Some cats are more than hesitant to get into their crates. Heck, some of them are downright terrified! Does it have to be that way? Are there strategies that can be employed to help lessen the cat's anxiety about getting into their crates? I believe there are and I believe they are worth trying for the sake of your sweet furry friend. Cats are free spirits and they don't like to be confined. Sure, they will squish th
8 simple strategies can make all the difference in pet safety This is being written just after the death of Queen Elizabeth so I thought I'd feature the photo of a Corgi. Corgis, as many know, were the Queen's favorite and she owned so many throughout the years so it just seemed to be a good fit for today's blog. Any dog lover, whether someone is a Queen or just a regular person like the rest of us, wants to make sure their dogs are safe and want to reduce the chances of thi