Once you've chosen a Pet Sitter for your pet, invite them into your home for a meet and greet before you plan to leave. You can observe how they interact with your dog or Cat and show them around your home Tell them where they will find keys, food, emergency contacts, and any instructions, and help them to get to know your pet, such as:
Items 1 thru 12 are basic. Your Pet Sitter should offer a comprehensive information form that goes into every detail of your pet's life, conditions and behaviors.
Leaving your pet in good hands with a professional, licensed, and insured Pet Care Provider who knows Pet CPR 1st Aid provides peace of mind for you and your Pet Sitter. This will set your Pet Sitter up for success.
Peace of mind is the goal for you. If you would like more information about our services please follow us on Instagram @Pawtailspetcare
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Do you have a Dog that pulls on the leash leaving you wondering who's walking who?
Over the last 15 years I have used almost every collar/harness type out there. My conclusion is we're going about this all wrong! Leashing a lead to a neck collar is a recipe for disaster not only causing neck injury to your Dog. but making sure they can't slide out of their gear when spooked is paramount.
Today I'm going to demonstrate the Harness Lead Leash to help you and your Dog have an amazing walk and reduce the pulling offering you the escape proof peace of mind for a win/win for you and your Dog.
Watch Coco as she get's into a 'listening' rhythm to both my commands and her own body responses to the torso compression and relaxation of the harness lead leash .
If you have a big breed or a small bread that tugs you along feel free to contact me for one-on-one training tips and solutions to help you walk with your Dog with ease and enjoyment.
Big Max, 13 years young has his good days and not so good days. His aging dog care has us slowing down the activity but not stopping! We are aware his hearing isn't so good and his eye sight has become cloudy so we approach slowly, move slowly and stay in front of him so he doesn't get startled. His tail doesn't miss a beat but those joints and agility are a bit slow these day. Slower to get up, slower to lay down and not as quick to catch the ball in his mouth.
I'm going to share a few tips and dietary modifications for you to consider from my favorite Integrative Vet, Dr. Andrew Jones, to help you modify your aging Dog's lifestyle to enhance their mobility, agility, digestion and cognitive pliability .I've incorporated these tips and modifications for my own pups and my clients and have had wonderful outcomes that enhanced their joy with a high quality, species appropriate dietary changes, beneficial supplements, cold laser therapy andhomeopathic remedies and Flower Essence therapies.
If you would like to chat about best practices for your aging, senior Dog feel free to txt me, or DM me on Instagram @pawtailspetcare
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We held off as long as we could, the costs hikes have force us to keep pace or perish. Thank you for understand.ing
To see the new Pet Sitting Service Rates please click the link Service and Rates
It is an honor and privilege to care for your fur family, we look forward to seeing you soon. If you have any questions please DM me on Instagram @PawtailsSanDiego
The joy of bringing home your new fur-baby can quickly shift to overwhelm with all the same needs as a human baby! Do not fear, setting you and your new fur-baby up for clear, calm and supportive expectations is the way forward.
If you have a new puppy or a new rescue reach out and we will help you in process.
Call me, 858-603-9925
It's pupping season on the Rancho and our urban Coyotes are out and the temperatures are rising above 70* so the Rattlesnakes are out.
Watch the seminar below and learn new tips to keep you, your pets and your neighbors out of harms way.
Is Pet Care an Essential Service?
I'm asking our community to support us in a new way today. We are all overwhelmed by the COVID19 Pandemic. Can you see our services as an essential support for our Paw Parents/Medical Professionals and Workers? These Paw Parents need us more than ever!
We are called upon to gear up in protective gear, to do our part to safely walk, feed and snuggle the Fur family as an Essential Service Provider during this 'shelter in place order'. We all want to help those on the front lines during this COVID19 Pandemic.
Pawtails is responding daily to the calls for help to care for their Fur Kids! Our hearts go out to our MD's, and Nurses in a big way.
NOTE: We practice Physical Distancing, Protective Hygiene Protocols and wear protective gear. We touch no surface without a thorough wipe down before and after touching of anything such as door knobs, counters, leashes, harnesses or food bowls to help minimize bringing the virus into the home.
Doing our part so they can do theirs.
If you would like to help us continue to be of service you can donate to our business today at the gofundme page, https://www.gofundme.com/f/pet-care-essential-services…. Your one time donation or weekly donation will help us keep the lights on, buy the fuel and supplies to get where we are needed without interruption during this COVID19 pandemic.
Please know we appreciate your generous gifts today. Thank you in advance for helping us for the love of the Paw Parents and the Paws.
Join me for a fun filled presentation on 'Homemade Organic Pet Treats this Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 2 PM.
there will taste testing, free samples of vegan, frozen, fresh and baked goodies for tou, your Cats and your Dogs.
With so many products on the market with ingredient lists you can't pronounce or determine the source saying 'natural' has lost its meaning!
Come have some fun, learn easy recipes you can make at home and share a biscuit with a neighbor.
RSVP, seating is limited.
Bringing home a new pet can be a tad overwhelming with all the paperwork they come home with. Many new Pet Parents set it aside as they frantically chase the new family member to retrieve their shoes, or protect an electric cord, clear the coffee table of keep sake items (not chew toys) or pull the Cat off the new drapes. It's all so new many don't stop to think that a bowl of grapes grabbed by that new counter surfer can kill him!
This week I was invited to participate with my community partner, Toyota of San Diego on their community service campaign to help educate new Pet Parents and Pet Owners about Dangerous Foods for Pets. Keep the picture handy and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435 just in case the need arises.
If you have any pet care questions, please feel free to give me a call for tips and tricks to make you and your pet's experience of life better. Call me at 858-603-9925
We start the morning ready care for your Cats and Dogs with a skip in our step! As the sun rises we are enroute to feed, walk and love your furbabies.
This morning all the Cats were ready for some tlc and a game of pounce, we let the games begin with a fresh bowl of food and water, a clean litter box and then we settle in for 'fodder time fun & lovin' '. Your savvy, stealthy hunters are eager to play pounce and chase the toy feathers and plushy cat nip toys in between the purrs, belly rubs and chatter of love calls. The Dogs want to get outside and scout for new markings and leave their own calling cards,lol. It's a furfest for all of us.
Morning, Mid-day, Suppertime and Sleep Overs we greet each of them at the door ready to brighten there lives while you're away.
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