I am Danielle Jaffy, founder of Pawblem Solved, a professional pet care business which offers Pet Sitting and Dog Walking 7 days a week, and guarantees visits between the hours of 9:00am to 6:00pm.
My business is Licensed, Bonded, Insured, and I am also a member of the largest Pet Sitting membership organization out there: National Association of Professional Petsitters (NAPPS).
I Pet Sit and Dog Walk in the following Washington State areas:
If you’re looking for a Pet Nanny, look no further. Check out my website or email me for further details!
Why choose a professional pet sitter to care for your pet(s)?
- Pets like routine, especially cats and dogs. Hiring a professional pet sitter will allow your pet(s) to stay in his or her normal routine; eating, exercise, sleeping, etc.
- Some pets don’t travel well, particularly to strange places. This will allow them to stay in their normal environment, avoiding stress.
- Your pet will not be exposed to illnesses that could potentially be contracted at a kennel.
- Having a pet sitter come to your home is a great idea for safety reasons. To make it seem like your home is being “lived in,” most pet sitters will offer to bring in the mail, turn lights off/on, open/close draperies, etc.
- You won’t have to inconvenience family, friends or neighbors. The pet sitter and client have a clear business relationship, with no awkward expectations.
- If you work with a pet sitter who has a lot of animal experience, education, and interest in continuing education, it will definitely give you peace of mind.
- Your pet will get consistent, reliable and personalized care from the same person (pet sitter) over and over again. Pet sitters are in it for the animals, so it’s almost guaranteed that your pet will get plenty of love and attention while you’re away.
- It’s a matter of convenience: your pet will be home, wagging his tail or meowing at the door when you arrive. How perfect is that? =)
Definitely keep in mind that hiring a pet sitter will work out nicely for most pets, however, there certainly are the cases that may need a little extra, special attention; pets with separation anxiety, behavioral issues, serious medical conditions, etc. If you have any questions or you’re not really sure which direction to take, never hesitate to ask your veterinarian or prosective pet sitter.
We look forward to meeting some new furry friends!!
~ Pawblem Solved ~
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