“I’ve been trying to stay positive and stay healthy, which is the best we can all do,” says one pet sitter.
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.
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.
There are pros and cons to both cat sitting and boarding. It really comes down to what works best for your individual cat.
When you become a pet sitter, it takes grit and stamina to interact not only with the pets, but also with their humans. Here’s my advice for the beginning pet sitter.
Your dog’s level of comfort while you’re away may depend on how much you’re willing to spend.
Do your research and ask around for referrals as well as references.
It’s a worry to leave pets behind when you’re traveling. But if you start planning early, you have the best shot at finding the best care for your pets.
Time for a family vacation? Advance planning for your dog is key while you’re away. Check out this article on summer vacation for dogs.