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Pick a Fitting Friend for Your Dog
In the popular service industry of pet care, dog sitters are highly sought after. Because many people want their dogs to be cared for in their home, a dog sitter is a good way to go. If you want the safety of having your pet stay in your home and help to prevent them from coming in contact with other animals in a kennel setting, a dog sitter offers the answer. What You Have To Ask Do you have worries when it comes to leaving your dog with a dog sitter? You need to know about the dog sitting services the company provides before you leave your dog with them. Select the professional dog sitter who has the most experience in this field. Here are some things to ask the prospective dog sitter:
- What are the dog sitter’s hours? In other words, will the dog sitter stay overnight with your pup or simply check in with your dog a few times a day to feed him and walk him.
- How often will your dog be walked? Some dog sitters will have their own dog walking schedule while others will work with your schedule upon your request.
- What will your dog eat? Will the dog sitter supply the food or is that the duty of the pet owner?
- Will they have any specific playtime for your dog? Playing or interacting with the dog is essential, so make sure that your dog sitter sets aside time for this.
- How much is this going to cost? Ask about the fees for their service so you know how much it will cost upfront.
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