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83 Healthy & Harmful Foods For Dogs You Need to Remember

May 2, 2019
For many of us, the love we have for our dogs is as deep as the love we have for the people in our lives. They become an integral part of our families from
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What Is a Nanny Share? Everything You Need to Know

September 30, 2018
Finding the right care provider can be hard for families. You want someone to love your pets and your babies the same way you do. With the cost of care risi
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Keep Your Furry Friends Safe with These 9 Winter Pet Safety Tips

February 2, 2017
While most of us dread the shoveling and poor road conditions that come with a snowy weather, it’s important for us not to lose sight of the importance of winter pet safety. Our furry friends need just as much protection against the winter weather as we do. This is why we’ve put together the following tips to ensure your pets are safe and warm this winter when it’s freezing cold outside.
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How to Choose the Best Vet for Your Pet

October 31, 2016
Did you choose the right veterinarian? Should you wait until an emergency to consult a veterinarian? What factors should you take into consideration when you look for a pet care physician? When it comes to checkups, operations, and medical advice, we should seek the best care available for our pets. The closest vet may not necessarily be the best one. Let’s take a look at some ways you can effectively select the best veterinarian.
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8 Questions You Need to Ask Before Taking a Pet Sitting Job

October 30, 2016
As a pet sitter, you should have a number of questions to ask pet owners about their pets before accepting a position. No two pets are the same, and you need to know what you are getting yourself into. This is why it’s important to cover basic and more specific questions about the pet you will be watching. This information will also be able to help you determine your fees.
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8 Activities to Wear Out the Dog When You Are Pet Sitting

October 28, 2016
Being a good pet sitter involves a lot more than just making sure the dog is fed and is let out to do their business. The dog you are watching is probably already stressed out enough without having its owner home. Playing with the dog will help them burn off the nervous energy. It will also give you a breather when they lay down for a nap!
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Do Pet Sitters & Dog Walkers Need To Have Insurance?

October 14, 2016
While the odds of having an issue are slim when you care for someone’s pet once in awhile, offering pet sitter services professionally is completely different, and you need to start thinking of your services from a professional standpoint.
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Top 5 Adorable Cat & Dog Videos You've Got to Watch!

September 30, 2016
If you've ever visited the PetSitter.com Facebook page, you'll know that we post a lot of funny pet videos. These funny and adorable videos are sure to make you laugh, cry and say awwww.... Here's a round-up of Top 5 most liked videos so far....
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What Experience Should I Look for in a Pet Sitter?

September 27, 2016
As much as pets are a part of your family, unfortunately, you can’t take them everywhere. But, not to worry! Finding someone to watch your pets is easier than you think. However, when choosing a pet sitter for your furry friends, there are things you should keep in mind and a few questions you should ask yourself along the way.
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6 Ways to Improve The First Walk with an Unfamiliar Dog

September 20, 2016
Every dog is different. This is the beauty of dogs – each one has its own personality and unique quirks that make them so loveable. This is also what makes being a pet sitter more challenging than most people give it credit for. You never know what you are going to get until you actually meet a dog for the first time, and if the first time is during your first walk, you could be in for a surprise or two.
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