Ways To Calm An Anxious Dog
across this wonderful article, written by Katie Finlay, and wanted to share it
with my blog post readers. In our pet
sitting business, we encounter many anxious dogs (and cats). It is our job to do what we can to make them
comfortable and relaxed while in our care. If you have an anxious dog, there are things
you can do to help put him at ease. If
you find something that works for your dog, then we can continue to utilize
your methods while we are caring for your pets.
This is a comprehensive pet first aid list complied by Dr. Becker that I want to share with my pet sitting friends. As a professional pet sitter, I have had pet first aid training and also carry a well-stocked pet first aid kit in my car. At every visit, the sitters at Kelly's Pet Sitting will assess you furry friend's health and we are prepared for emergencies if they should arise.
By Dr. Becker
If you’re like most people,
having a first aid kit handy is not something you’re terribly concerned about
-- until you really need one.
I would like to share this article written by Dr. Karen Becker because being prepared in a pet poisining emergency can mean the difference between life and death for your pet. At Kelly's Pet Sitting in Medford, Oregon, our sitters are aware of the signs of poisoning and know what to do. Having a professional pet sitter care for your pets gives you an added benefit because we are knowledgable about emergency pet situations and can get your pet to the veterinarian immediately, if needed.
SYMPTOMS THAT DOG AND/OR CAT OWNERS SHOULD NOT
This is Part 1 in a 2
part series of symptoms that dog and/or cat owners should not ignore, and
should seek veterinary attention right away. They are not in order of
importance, as they are all important.
In these tough economic times, pet owners are looking for
ways to save money on their pets. Unfortunately, this also leads people to
delay seeking medical care because they’re uncertain if a visit to the vet is
How to Bring a
Scared Cat Out of Hiding
I was recently reminded of how much patience
this requires while on a Kelly's Pet Sitting visit. The female cat in question
("Hen") was ill and didn't have a cat or dog companion, so it was of
the utmost importance that I get her out from under the bed and make friends
In my experience, there's always something that
will catch a cat's attention and bring them toward you. Usually
this response is instilled over time by the pet's parents.
This website has some great blogs about dogs and he supports dog
adoption and education for dog owners everywhere. He had some great questions about Kelly’s Pet
Sitting in Medford, OR that I wanted to share with my readers.
have you been doing this and what led you to get into this business?
I have been pet sitting in the Medford, OR area for 10 years and
am now in my 5 year doing this on a full time basis.
MEOWY CHRISTMAS AND YAPPY NEW YEAR FROM KELLY’S PET SITTING!
With the holidays here and all those yummy treats being
passed around, does your dog or cat look at you with pleading eyes? I know mine do, but we try to limit human
food for our pets. So, I thought it
would be fun to share some dog and cat treat recipes you can make at home. That way you can spoil your pets a little too.
With all of the pet food and treat
recalls happening, it’s hard to know which brand of treats you can trust!
Bringing up Furry Baby: Best Ways
to Welcome a New Cat by
are popular choices for pets
, even more so than dogs, probably because of
their independent, low-maintenance nature. However, for the uninitiated, cat
care isn't exactly easy-peasy as cats have special needs, thanks to their
REVIEWS of Kelly's Pet Sitting,
Our goal is to provide the very best
pet care available and to give our clients peace of mind while they
are away. We love getting positive reviews and our clients say it
best. I would like to share with you a few of these reviews from
some of our very satisfied clients.
Kelly has taken
care of my pets several times now. She is an amazing person who
understands the needs of both the owner and their pets. I love the
texting service of a daily update.
My dogs love going to the dog park to
socialize and be off leash. Sometimes they want to play with other
dogs or chase balls and other times they would rather just accompany
me around the park as I walk or lay down and relax. Either way, we
all get to unwind and enjoy ourselves.
Now that summer and warmer weather is
here, a lot more people will be taking their dogs to the dog park to
socialize and exercise. Here are eight tips for having a happy dog
Take a pre-park walk. With our busy
schedules, we dog owners often use a trip to the dog park as a way to
get all that excess energy out of our pups.