Reasons why you need a cat sitter

Published on September 19, 2020 by in Blog

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Most people think cats are self sufficient, right? To an extent, they can be, but that does not mean they do not get lonely while you are gone. It also doesn’t mean that they will be safe and not get into trouble while you are away. That is where we come in! We are your […]

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Do you know what is in your pets food and treats? For many years I didn’t either. My head was basically in the sand. I trusted that what was being sold in grocery stores was good for my dogs and cats. Once I became more involved in the pet world, I began researching and what […]

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This subject has been brought up a lot to me. As professional dog walkers, we are asked all the time “why would I need a dog walker” or “what does a pet sitter do”. Reasons Your Dog Needs a Professional Dog Walker You are gone the majority of the day for work or other obligations. […]

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Did you know that May is national microchip your pet month?  As an Abington pet sitter, I give a lot of thought to keeping every pet in my care safe on a daily basis, but natural disasters like the recent tornados in Oklahoma remind us all that life is fragile and things happen that are […]

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Top Ten Pet Names

Published on March 8, 2013 by in Blog

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How much thought do you put into naming your cat or dog? If you adopted your pet, did you change their name? Is your pets name on the list? Consider a few things before naming your pet. Keep your pets name short. Preferably one or two syllables. This will make it easier for your pet […]

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A lesson on Kibble

Published on March 7, 2013 by in Blog

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Before you run out and purchase your next bag of kibble, read on so that you are aware of what is actually in your pets kibble and how processed foods can contribute to premature aging and disease over time. Are you noticing your pet aging quicker than you thought or do you find that to […]

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Shy or Skittish Cat?

Published on March 6, 2013 by in Blog

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More than aloofness, shy or skittish cats are sometimes invisible, running from and even hiding from their owners. At some point during the day, the majority of cats will find a place to be alone in a secluded area. However, the shy cat will rarely be seen. This particular cat may not be getting enough […]

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