Category Archives: Pet sitters

Transitioning from the Dog Days of Summer into Autumn

As summer fades away and the autumn leaves begin to fall, you may notice that the cooler weather is affecting your pet. Both Fido and Mr. Whiskers are susceptible to seasonal changes, but you can make the transition for him or her much easier with these six, simple tips. Keep Your Pet Groomed If you… Continue Reading

Does Doggy Day Care Work?

Doggy Day Care centers have been lauded as the be-all and end-all for behavioral problems ranging from destruction of property to mild separation anxiety. However, no one know your dog better than you do, and some pets can become more stressed or overstimulated by participating in a daycare or boarding house with other pets. So… Continue Reading

Animals Experience Loneliness

Animals experience loneliness just as humans do. And just like in the case of loneliness in humans, pets can develop some troubling physical symptoms in addition to general psychological melancholy. Detecting pet loneliness can be difficult, as it’s easily confused with typical pet tantrums. The key difference between a normal spat of poor behavior and… Continue Reading

The Importance of a Pet Sitter

Lonely means “unhappy as a result of being without the companionship of others” and “isolated, unfrequented, or desolate.” Loneliness has plagued humanity since day one. Some believe that man is the only being who knows he is alone, but as a certified dependable insured pet sitter, I can assure you: pets get lonely too and… Continue Reading