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!
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.
WHY DOES MY CAT DO THAT?
I have been studying Pet Sitter's
International Certification Program Coursework to further my
education in the areas of pet care, health, behaviors, etc. in order
to be the best pet sitter I can possibly be. I wanted to share some
of the information I am learning with pet owners, particularly CAT
owners in this blog.
Cats are not fond of change, so pet
sitting is the best option by far for taking care of a cat while the
owner is away. But there are still issues with cats that pet sitters
need to recognize, know what's behind the behaviors and how to deal
The Dangers of Antifreeze
My blog this month is a post by Dr. Jeff Grognet and Mike Annan at ACE Academy for Canine Educators. Antifreeze is so deadly that I wanted to highlight the importance of keeping it out of reach from your pets. Without immediate veterinary treatment the prognosis for recovery is very grim. Dogs and cats are very curious by nature so I felt this was extemely important to share.
Ethylene glycol, the most common type of antifreeze commercially available, has an extremely sweet taste.
The Holidays are just around the
corner. Time for family traditions: Christmas Trees, Dinners, Gift
But if you have cats it is best to know
some ways to keep your cats out of harms way.
Many families enjoy having a Christmas
Tree in their home, but often this is a cause for concern for pet
owners. Cats may see the ornaments and lights as fantastic cat toys
and the tree is for climbing, right? And cats are very curious by
Here are some tips to help keep kitty
safe around the Christmas tree.
How to Be
an Ideal Client and Win Your Pet Care Professional's Heart!
following tips come from talking with pet sitters, dog walkers, and
dog daycare owners over the years, and hearing about situations that
they have faced with their clients. This may seem like a lengthy list
of things to remember, but if you keep these things in mind you'll be
helping your pet sitter, dog walker, or dog daycare personnel provide
the very best care possible for your pets. And rest assured, the
person caring for your pets has a much longer list of things to do
than you do!