Preparing for your Pet Sitter (When I come to meet you, please have TWOWORKING copies of your house key for me.)
Lizzie & Louis
Even the most trustworthy, experienced pet sitter might have trouble if you haven’t kept your end of the bargain. Here are some of your responsibilities:
Make reservations early, especially during holidays, school breaks, or summer vacation.
Ensure your pet is well socialized and allows strangers to handle him.
Affix current identification tags to your pet’s collar.
Maintain current vaccinations for your pet.
Leave clear instructions detailing specific pet-care responsibilities and emergency contact information, including how to reach you and your veterinarian.
Leave pet food and supplies in one place.
Buy extra pet supplies in case you’re away longer than planned.
Leave PAPER TOWELS and CLEANING SUPPLIES out.
Leave a key with a trustworthy neighbor as a backup, and give him/her and your pet sitter each other’s phone numbers. Be sure those extra keys work before giving them out.
Finally, have a safe and fun trip. And remember to bring my phone number [314-803-7297] in case your plans change -- or if you just want to find out how Felix and Lassie are doing.
Beau meets a pony at Bark in the Park
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