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The Sewing Pet Sitter

The Sewing Pet Sitter

My mother was an evening gown designer. She grew up in Dublin and during the war she made costumes for England’s Royal Ballet. She made an evening gown for legendary actress Maureen O’Hara, and when she moved to Canada she was sought after by...
Doggy Door Opener

Doggy Door Opener

After a lifetime of living with Golden Retrievers and years of pet sitting, I thought I’d seen most everything. Dogs opening doors? Sure. Some have been trained to pull on a rope to open it or if the door is left ajar they’ll use their nose to wiggle into...
Doggy Play Days

Doggy Play Days

Sometimes we’re so busy doing our job of dog walking that we forget dogs are social animals. Yes, they need to get out to do their business, and it’s important they have exercise, but is a walk always essential? When we were going through our first year of...
The one-handed poo-bag tie-up…

The one-handed poo-bag tie-up…

Sometimes instincts just kick in. You know how it is…you’ve burned your finger on some hot jam so you pop it in your mouth and burn your tongue…or you’re pinning-up a hem on a fidgety person’s dress and you hold the pins between your lips...
The “Too Hectic” Pet Sit

The “Too Hectic” Pet Sit

I was thinking about what to write tonight, and wanting to find a great topic, but the day has been hectic and I nearly gave up on the blog this evening. Fortunately, hectic is a lifestyle my husband and I have learned to work with in pet sitting, as we all do. So I...
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