• The sitter exhibits courtesy & professionalism
     in all dealings with customers & staff
  • The sitter is insured.
  • The sitter provides references.
  • The sitter visits the client’s home before the first pet-sitting assignment to meet the  pets and get detailed information about their care.
  • The sitter displays a positive attitude during the initial meeting and is comfortable and  competent in dealing with the animals.
  • The sitter is courteous, interested and well informed
  • The sitter provides literature to describe services and discuss fees.
  • The sitter provides a service contract that specifies services, fees and time allocated  per visit.
  • The sitter wants to learn as much as possible about the animals in his or her care. 
  • The sitter has adequate knowledge and experience in caring for pets and is clearly mindful of their safety and well being.
  • The sitter phones to confirm, or has the client phone to confirm, that the client has returned home.
  • The sitter conducts business with honesty and integrity and observes all federal, state and local laws pertaining to business operations and animal care.
  • The sitter has a veterinarian on call for emergency service.  
  • The sitter refrains from criticizing competitors.
  • The sitting service provides initial and ongoing training for its sitters.
Expect Quality
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" Before your Pet Travels"
Up-to-date Medical and Health records
Obtain 10 days prior to travel 
  • Medication,Vitamins and Supplements
  • Pet Crate or Carrier, with Identification
  • First Aid Kit for both you and your pets
  • A container for food and water
  • Bring water from home
  • Favorite Toys and Treats
  • Grooming Supplies
  • Tweezers or Scissors for anything that may get caught in the pets paws or fur.
  • Baby Wipes and Paper Towels to clean up mess.
  • Trash and Waste Removal Bags.
  • Carpet Ceaner and  Disinfectant
  • Full Litter Pan & Liners
  • Pet's Bedding
  • Don't let your pet
         overheat or get
          too cold!
Call 651-771-0421