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Add Years to Your Pet’s Life

Add Years to Your Pet’s Life

Any pet parent today would love to see their pet live a long a happy life. This is not a guarantee since we do handle our pets in different ways. The way a person handles their pet may determine the amount of time the pet has. Pet Sitter Tips on How to Boost your...
How to Raise a Confident Puppy

How to Raise a Confident Puppy

When a person gets a puppy, they have the responsibility to raise it in the correct way. There are some tips on how a person can raise a confident puppy that will be a good dog. As a professional pet sitter, we have experience on this topic Pet Sitter Tips for Raising...
Benefits to Hiring a Pet Sitter

Benefits to Hiring a Pet Sitter

You always want the best when it comes to taking care of your pet, which means that you would want that to continue even when you are not around your pet. This means that it can be necessary for you to take advantage of pet sitting services, which will not only be of...
Your Dog’s Paws vs. Road Salt

Your Dog’s Paws vs. Road Salt

Wintertime has clearly started to leave its mark on many communities. Plow truck drivers and road commission workers are doing their best to keep the roads clear of ice and snow for safe commuting by spreading rock salt to help melt the ice or snow. Many people...
9 Top Pet Care Tips

9 Top Pet Care Tips

If you happen to be a brand new pet owner, you may not be sure how to take care of your new pet adequately. This does not only apply to new pet owners, but to everyone who has a pet. Taking good care of your pet has a lot of different aspects attached to it, and there...
What to Do if Your Cat Stops Eating

What to Do if Your Cat Stops Eating

Cats are beloved pets in a majority of homes, and the last thing you want for your cat is for him to lose appetite. What you should keep in mind, though, is that cats also experience many problems including stress and sickness which may lead to loss of appetite. When...
Tips For Walking in the Cold

Tips For Walking in the Cold

Historically speaking, we know that January and February can be the coldest months here in Iowa. Our dogs can always benefit from exercise, though. In fact, a regular dog walk remains one of the best forms of exercise for any pup. As professional dog walkers and pet...
When to Worry About Your Dog’s Diarrhea

When to Worry About Your Dog’s Diarrhea

Unfortunately for dog owners, pets often get sick, and it can be very difficult to decide when it is simply a short-lived illness, or when it is a more serious disease that needs veterinarian care. One of the most common telltale signs of sickness in dogs is diarrhea....