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A little advice on choosing a new dog or puppy

A little advice on choosing a new dog or puppy

If you are considering a new canine addition to your family, there are many things to consider. Check out our dog sitters' advice:  Do you have a fenced yard that is secure? Does it have a place where the dog can get out of the sun or bad weather? Do you have the...

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Have you ever left your dog in a hot car?

Have you ever left your dog in a hot car? “Never leave your pet in a parked car when the outside temperature is above 70 degrees. Not even with the windows partway down, not even in the shade, not even for a quick errand. Dogs and cats can’t sweat like humans, so they...

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New puppy? Here are a few training tips!

New puppy? Here are a few training tips!

My puppy always wants to chew on my hand. Puppies understand the world around them by putting things into their mouth. Biting and mouthing are normal puppy behavior and aren’t generally a cause for alarm or concern, and it certainly doesn’t mean your puppy is...

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Spring has Sprung and it is Allergy Season Again

Spring has Sprung and it is Allergy Season Again

Seasonal Allergies (also called Hay Fever) are very common. There are more than 3 million US Cases per year - and it affects pets too! Our pet sitting services want to inform you of how seasonal allergies may affect your pet.  Most of us use an over-the-counter...

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Which Animals Are Considered Lucky?

Which Animals Are Considered Lucky?

March is the month of St. Patrick’s Day and our minds turn to thoughts of Good Luck and Four Leaf Clovers. While our pet sitting services company loves all the world's furbabies, there are a special few that are considered lucky. Here are 12 animals that are...

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Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air

We love pets and they love us. We love to play with them and we enjoy their company. We give them the best care we can and we keep them healthy and happy so they can live a long, happy life How do we know pets feel love for us? Anyone who has ever looked in a pet’s...

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