5 Ways to Keep Your Pets Safe When Left Home Alone
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5 Ways to Keep Your Pets Safe When Left Home Alone

by Martha Scully  •  August 25, 2016
The internet has lots of different funny dog shaming videos of our furry loved ones getting into all kinds of mischief when their owners are not home. For us, this is hilarious and cute but for our dogs, this can be stressful. To help out we asked some our experienced pet sitters for their top suggestions to help keep dogs safe while they are home alone.
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5 Things Your Pet Sitter Needs to Know About Your Pet
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5 Things Your Pet Sitter Needs to Know About Your Pet

by Craig Sutton  •  May 13, 2016
You’ve been on vacation for a week. You’re prepared to continue exploring the city you’re visiting when you receive a call in your hotel room. The hotel staff has connected you to your pet sitter and they explain that your dog is extremely sick. They sitter says your furry best friend is vomiting uncontrollably and that she won’t stop growling. The dog sitter is upset and doesn’t know what to do. You momentarily panic, and then ask the sitter what they fed the dog within the last several hour...
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5 Worry Free Options for Your Pet When You Go on Vacation

5 Worry Free Options for Your Pet When You Go on Vacation

by Craig Sutton  •  April 25, 2016
In the past, one of the biggest hindrances or obstacles that have prevented potential pet owners from purchasing a pet has been the question “What happens when I want to take a vacation?” We’ve all heard horror stories of pets who’ve been traumatized in kennels, but times have changed. In this article, we'll take a look at 5 safe options that will allow pet owners to take vacations and even extended trips: pet sitters, boarding kennels, dog day cares, pet hotels, and pet-friendly hotels.
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Winter Dog Walking Tips
Pet Care

Winter Dog Walking Tips

by Martha Scully  •  January 01, 2016
Hi Dog Walkers! Word on the street is it's too darn cold... and your pups think so too. Just like people, dogs tend to go through changes like dry skin and other discomforts in the winter time. We've collected some great tips to help you help your furry friends out.
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