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How To Use A Pet Sitter For The Holidays

by Jen Higgins (follow)
Jen Higgins www.doggydogma.com.au www.askthedogtrainer.com.au
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Have you been wondering what to do when you are going on holidays, do you hate the fuss and bother required with organising a kennel or a cattery to board your pet while you are away?



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How about this Holiday you try leaving your pet at home? You can use a Pet Sitter to solve your Pet Holiday problems.

A Pet Sitter is a professional pet carer, who comes to your home and cares for your pet while you are away. They do singular or multiple visits on a daily basis - not only feeding your pet, but playing, walking patting and engaging with your pet in the way your pet enjoys.

By leaving your pet at home you can reduce the stress that they feel by leaving them in the place they feel the most comfortable and confident. A Pet Sitter maybe able to work in line with your routine to ensure that Fido gets his walk in the morning or Mittens gets her evening treat on time.

Things to look for when choosing a Pet Sitter:
Experience with a variety of pets.
Insurance in case things don't go to plan
Meet and Greet so you can get to know them before leaving them in charge of your pets.
Pet First Aid Certification, so they can provide on the spot treatment while they get your pet to the vet.

This Holiday can be stress free for you and your pet when you use a Pet Sitter.

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