Find A Dog Sitter: A Great Alternative To Dog Boarding

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The Advantage Of Dog Sitters

Dog sitters are relatively cheaper and much more personal than Dog Boarding. A dog sitter can be a family friend, a relative, or a professional sitter. Dog sitters will tend to your dog much like a babysitter looks after a child. They will do all the regular dog chores like Dog Walking, Dog Grooming, feeding your dog on time and exercising a great knowledge of proper Dog Care. These dog sitters are usually pet lovers and enjoy their job of looking after your pooch.

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Find A Dog Sitter

If your friends and neighbors do not have enough free time to look after your dog, you should look into hiring a professional dog sitter. Most phone directories will have a list of dog sitters listed under "Pet Sitting Services." You can also search the internet for a local dog sitter in your area.


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When selecting a dog sitter, you should look for a few things. Make sure they offer Dog Insurance for liability should anything happen to your dog in your absence. You should also make sure you check their dog training credentials. Do they have any previous training specifically for taking care of dogs?

Once you find a trustworthy dog sitter, you should make sure to leave them plenty of emergency contacts in the event that something goes wrong. It's always good to be prepared when you are leaving your dog alone with someone. Before your dog sitter officially begins taking care of your dog, have your dog meet with them to see if they have a positive reaction. If they are wagging their tail excitedly, it usually means that you have found someone who your dog will enjoy spending time with.


Last Updated: January 25th, 2008

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