Pet Sitting

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Dog home boarding provides a great alternative to kennels, it may not be suitable for all dogs. For this reason, we offer a variety of dog sitting services that can be tailored to your requirements. It lets your dog stay in his own home with all his comforts that he enjoys with the company of us keeping him happy and content.

Evening/Weekend Dog Sitting

If you who want an evening or day out we offer evening/weekend dog sitting service. One of us will come to your house and look after your dogs whilst you can’t be there, and during our visit we will walk and play with your dog depending on your requirements. We will also feed them and let them out for toilet breaks. We will fuss them giving them lots of attention so they don’t even realise you have gone. Bookings can be for either a full day or just a few hours and last-minute or occasional bookings are welcome.

Overnight Dog Sitting

Overnight dog sitting is provided for owners who can not be at home at night and is an ideal solution for dog owners who work night shifts, as well as those who need to go away for work or holidays.

For an overnight stay we will arrive at your house around 7pm (or earlier if required) and stay until about 8.30am the following morning. During that time, we will feed your dogs, provide them with fresh water and give them lots of loving attention. We treat your furry friend like we would our own. During the daytime we never leave dogs for more than 4 hours at a time. A walk during the day time is also included and to be back home with them at 5.30pm for more attention and most importantly to stop a rumbling tummy.

In addition, we will bring in your post, open and close your curtains and do any other simple tasks you require to help give the impression that you are at home.

Pet Sitting for Other Pets

We also offer the above pet sitting services for pets other than dogs if it’s felt that they would benefit from the extra attention. This means that if, for example, you have a pregnant or sick cat, we would be able to provide them with constant supervision and would therefore be able to get them any necessary veterinary attention much sooner than if we just visited once or twice a day.

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