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  • How To Write Instructions for a Dog or Cat Sitter

    Posted July 8, 2010 By in Pet Owners With | 1 Comment

    story timeWhen you hire a pet sitter to visit your home to care for your pets, the more information you can give them about your pets routine and habits the better they are able to care for your pets!

    A professional pet sitter will always visit your home for an initial interview before the first pet sitting visit is scheduled to meet your pets, learn about their regular routines, collect keys and familiarize themselves with home security, and find out where the food, toys, cleaning supplies, and other pet supply necessities are kept.

    At this visit the pet sitter will fill out a pet sitting contract where this information is documented and that tells you about the policies and terms of the pet sitting service.
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  • Cat Sitting | Who Is Really Running the Show?

    Posted July 7, 2010 By in Pet Owners With | 1 Comment

    EquilibrismCat sitting is a tricky business.  I’ve been on plenty of cat sitting jobs where the beautiful kitten seems to have been anticipating my arrival and follows my every step around the house.

    I’ve also had plenty of cat sitting visits where we seemed to be playing hide and go seek the entire time.  And guess which one of us is always winning.

    One question I’m sure to ask owners before starting a job is, “Where are the cats favorite hiding places?”

    Funny enough, the cats usually are in on the conversation and avoid those listed places when the owner heads out of town.
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