How Can I Trust My Pet Sitter?

How Can I Trust My Pet Sitter?

It can be very nerve-racking when you’re on vacation and you’re worrying about your pet at home. Many pet owners decide to bring their pet to a kennel or have someone watch their pet while they’re gone on vacation. No matter the situation, you’re leaving your pet with someone else who does not spend time with them on a daily basis.

How do you choose the right pet sitter who will take care of them while you’re gone?

Pet sitter caring for dogPrepare Ahead of Time

If you do not have a trusted family member or friend willing to take care of your pet for an extended period of time, you’ll have to resort to researching pet sitters locally and online.

Here are some tips on what to look out for when choosing a pet sitter:

  • Make sure the company is insured
  • Check for reviews and references
  • Observe your pet with them
  • Make sure the sitter knows everything about your pet
  • Check the facilities

When looking for a company or an individual to take care of your pet while you’re on vacation, it’s important to pay attention to the details and do research before hand in order to build trust.

The Benefits of Pets Are Inn

If you’re not comfortable in the process, there’s always someone who can help. Pets Are Inn specializes in pet sitting for your four-legged family member. We take pet sitting very seriously because we know that every pet is different when it comes to behavior and personality.

What we do:

We find a host home for your pet by conducting thorough interview and research process beforehand. Our B&B Host families are picked out to meet your individual needs and lifestyle, so that you’ll feel safe leaving them behind. We make sure that meals and sleeping arrangements are personalized, pet sitters have experience in caring for pets for over 10 years, can administer medications properly, and have loving hands-on care.

If you need a trusted pet sitter, don’t worry. Pets Are Inn is here to provide you with the relief you need. Contact us today at 972-424-8400!

 

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