Health, Nutrition, & Safety

What You’ll Find in Our Health, Nutrition, & Safety Section

As a pet sitter, the day-to-day care of the animals falls to your client. But when they’re not home, health and safety is up to you. We recommend taking courses in Pet First Aid and Canine Self Defense if possible, and brushing-up on general care for dogs, cats, birds, and any other animals you advertise your services for.

Clients might come to you with questions…they often do… but remember to refrain from giving any advice that you know should come from a veterinarian!

Here are a few articles to start with. We have more to come!

12 Hazardous Conditions for Exploring Dogs

Pet Dental Health Brush-Up – Part One

Pet Dental Health Brush-Up – Part Two

Home Made Dog Biscuits – 1

Even the Best Treats Aren’t for Every Dog

Never Feed Your Dog or Cat these Foods!

Cold Paws in Freezing Temperatures

Is Checking for a Pet Sitting Cancellation Rude?



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