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pet sitter

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pet sitter someone left in charge of pets while their owners are away from home
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Usage


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When you initially contact a pet sitter, be sure to include your location, the kinds of services you are looking for (such as dog walking, pet sitting or overnight care) and the dates you will need services.
Fiorita and professional pet-sitter, Stephanie McLaughlin, of Beavercreek, started a second business, Greater Dayton Pet Sitter Training which trains people to work with.
Additionally, Fiorita is a certified professional pet sitter .
She previously owned Loveable Pet Sitters.
The rewarding career of a pet sitter/dog walker.
The state does not license boarders, breeders, groomers or pet sitters.
Jen Frazier is a dogwalker, sitter and trainer for pets.
Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers.
If sticking your pet in a kennel while you're on vacation sounds like a prison sentence, the sitters of Dogwalker Etc.
Each sitter has gone through extensive background checks and is trained in dog aggression and pet CPR.
You can also contact the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (800-296-PETS) or Pet Sitters International (336-983-9222) for a referral.
Pet sitters do much more than provide your pet with food and water while you're away from home.
Find sitters in your area at petsitters.sittercity.com or through the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (petsitters.org).
What's more, pet sitters typically offer additional services, such as bringing in mail and newspapers, watering plants, turning lights on and off, and providing homes with a lived-in look to deter crime.
The typical visit length for most pet sitters is 30 minutes, and some sitters provide extended visits or overnight stays with pets.
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