Did you realize that you can make over $500 a month dog sitting? As a pet sitter in Seattle, I’ve learned a few things along the way to make dog sitting more profitable and fun. Here are my best tips on how to start offering dog sitting services on the side to make extra money.
Who's up for some doggie daycare? Doggie daycare is a place that your dog can go to have fun during the day and not be stuck at home alone. Here you'll learn that it’s more than just pet sitting and we're sharing the pros and cons of doggie daycare and what you should ask the center before you sign up your pup.
No, these aren’t business cards for your dog. (Well, I guess they could be if you wanted them to be — if your dog is that popular at the dog park!) These are business cards for dog lovers. I can think of lots of ways that these cards could be useful.
Most people who have children have probably taken their kids to some form of daycare. Have you ever thought about taking your dog to daycare? Doggie daycare is a place that your dog can go to have fun during the day and not be stuck at home alone. It’s more than just pet sitting.
Here’s a list of all the fun places you can take your dog — for a day, a few days, or on vacation!
While socializing dogs for the first time, you will want to make sure you have full control at all times, so make sure both dogs are on a leash. Here are 4 other tips to make socializing your dog even easier.
A well-socialized dog will be much more relaxed in the world and less likely to have unwanted behaviors. Socializing your dog — as a puppy — is definitely a win-win for both you and your dog!
Have some extra blue painters tape lying around the house? If so, and you’ve got pets, then you just might find the following ‘painter’s tape tips for people with pets’ post helpful… if not hilarious.