Why use a Petsitter?
A pet sitter offers both you and your pet many benefits. Our pets are members of the family. We love, care and worry about them as much as any other family members. You’ve probably felt like us at one time or another: considered canceling a trip out of worry for your dog, feeling bad for imposing on a friend to check in on the cat, worrying about the conditions of a kennel.
The thought of going away and leaving your pets in an unfamiliar and lonely environment might cause stress and unhappiness for both you and your pet. We’ve certainly felt that way.
It gives you, the owner complete peace of mind knowing that when you leave for work or on a vacation or business trip, you will have peace of mind knowing that your pet is being cared for, exercised and loved in your absence and your home and property are being protected by a trustworthy, responsible adult who has committed to taking care of your pet and keeping an eye on your home and property.
Dogs require physical and mental stimulation just like humans do. If proper exercise and stimulation are provided on a daily basis, it will energize their body, mind and spirit. Many dog behavioral problems are the result of isolation, boredom and insufficient exercise.
Not to forget!
- Your pet gets personal attention while your’re away.
- Your pets diet and routine remain the same.
- You eliminate trauma for your pet being left in an unfamiliar place.
- You eliminate the stress of transporting your pet to and from a kennel.
- You eliminate staying in an unfamiliar place with other animals.
- There is no exposure to other animals, sickness or parasites.
- Friends and Relatives will not feel inconvenienced by your pet and the additional responsibilities.
- Neighbors, who aren’t burdened with caring for your pet.
- Someone to turn key lights on/off so potential burglars don’t know you re away.
- Someone to bring in your newspaper and mail so potential burglars don’t know you re away
- Someone who will come to your home so you don’t have to drive your pet to a boarding kennel.
- Someone to provide other services, such as plant watering ect.
- Someone to ensure that you can never be locked out of your house ever again.