Going back to work soon after weeks of working from home? Here’s how to help your dog or cat cope with these big changes.
“I’ve been trying to stay positive and stay healthy, which is the best we can all do,” says one pet sitter.
It’s crucial to plan ahead so your pet isn’t left uncared for if you get sickened by the COVID-19 coronavirus. Here’s how to prepare now — just in case.
When it’s your pet’s time to go, your pet sitter is grieving right along with you. Let us help you. It’s our function and our calling.
Say goodbye to the days of having to drive to the store just to buy food for your dog or cat.
If your cat seems lonely, here is how to create an environment that allows your cat to do what cats want to do: stalk, pounce, hunt, climb and scratch.
People ask me why I devoted so much of my life to caring for my ailing German Shepherd. All I can say is that I got so much more in return than what I gave.
You can celebrate your pets — and those who work with pets — from January to December. This list of pet holidays is fully updated for 2020.
Chances are, your cat doesn’t really “hate” you — they’re just trying to tell you something super important. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re constantly stepping on kibble after mealtime, this may be why.
Mastiffs, Saint Bernards and Great Pyrenees lead the way as the biggest dog breeds in the world. Check out the full list here.
Does your dog have way too much energy? Here are some things you can do right now to calm down your energetic dog.
I’m a pet sitter and dog walker, and I also interviewed several experts to get their thoughts on tipping for pet care. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Wondering how much you’ll need to pay for a pet sitter? Expect to pay $20–$40 per day or more, although rates can vary depending on many factors.
Opening a savings account with Varo will help ensure that when your pet needs you, you can be there for them 100%. #sponsored