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Welland Animal Hospitals – Choosing a Pet Sitter by a Welland Animal Hospital

July 11, 2011

Many people would love to bring their pets with them every time they travel.  Unfortunately, for many this isn’t always possible and they’re faced with the task of figuring out what to do with their animal while they are away.

There are plenty of options for pet care, such as asking a friend or neighbor or using a kennel service.  Your  Welland animal hospital  may even offer boarding options for pets who are patients there.  Yet many pet owners choose instead to hire a qualified pet sitter to care for their pet in their absence.  It’s a popular choice because the animal can remain in the environment she’s most comfortable in, there’s no disruption in her daily routine and she will still receive plenty of attention while her owner is away.  It also provides peace of mind to the pet owner, knowing the animal is being cared for by a professional.

Finding a good pet sitter can be challenging, however.  Referrals and recommendations are your best bet.  Ask friends and neighbors who they’ve hired in the past or call your  Welland animal hospital .  They may have a list of preferred sitters that they can recommend.  Once you have a list of names, you can begin the interview process.

Here are a few things to consider when selecting a pet sitter:

The answers to these questions will help you narrow down your selection and determine the sitter that best suits the needs of you and your pet.

Choosing a pet sitter doesn’t have to be difficult.  If you know where to look and what questions to ask, the task will be an easy one and you’ll be able to enjoy your trip worry-free knowing your animal is being well cared for at home. If you would like any more information, just click the following link and call your  Welland animal hospital  today!

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Article written by  Main West Animal Hospital .

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