WHAT IS A PET SITTER?

A pet sitter is a professional pet-care provider who comes into your home to care for your pets when you can’t be there, or when you just need a little extra help. Whether you are at work, away on vacation, traveling for business, coping with a family emergency, or temporarily unable to care for your pets, a professional pet sitter can be the next best thing to having you there.

 

WHAT SERVICES DOES A PET SITTER PROVIDE?

These Paws Were Made For Walkin' Pet Sitting provides the following services:

- Pet Sitting
- Midday Breaks
- Dog Walking
- Home Security Measures
- House-Sitting Tasks

 

WHY SHOULD I USE A PROFESSIONAL PET SITTER?

  1. You will have peace of mind when traveling knowing that your pet is in the care of a competent, reliable professional.
  2. Your pet will remain in the safe, healthy and familiar environment of her own home and will be less stressed in your absence.
  3. Your pet will keep to his regular diet and exercise routine and have the individual attention of his own private nanny!
  4. Your home is more secure while you are away because someone is there every day. We can take in mail and newspapers and turn lights off and on.
  5. Your pet will not have the exposure to illnesses from other animals that can occur in a multi-animal facility.

 

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF DOG WALKS?

For puppies under one year daily mid-day visits help establish and maintain a housebreaking schedule. Proper house breaking requires a consistent schedule of bathroom breaks for your puppy. Crate trained puppies need to get out every 3-4 hours for proper training and socialization. Your dog walker makes daily visits while you are at work. Not only is your puppy's schedule kept consistent, but he/she will also be socialized with someone other than the owner.

Adult dogs need regular exercise to ensure good physical and mental health. Loving owners who work long hours can depend on the dog walker to walk their dogs during the week when their time is the most limited. Crated dogs are in particular need of a mid-day break. Over-crating and under exercising can result in a hyperactive, under-socialized dog who is harder to live with and train. The dog walker works with clients in weaning dogs from their crate.

Elderly dogs often need more frequent bathroom breaks than he/she needed as a younger dog. When older dogs have accidents they often become stressed because they have been trained to go outside but just can't "hold it" anymore. In addition, a frustrated owner may end up confining the older dog. The dog walker can make daily, afternoon visits to give the elderly dog his/her much needed bathroom break. This keeps both dog and owner happy!

 

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