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Who Would Take Care of Your Pets in an Emergency?

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If there was a family emergency that required you to leave town today, if you were injured or sick and had to be hospitalized, if you had to work late unexpectedly, or got caught in a major traffic delay do you have someone trustworthy and experienced that you could call at a moment’s notice to…

15 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Dog Walker

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Choosing the right dog walker for your pup can be a daunting task. You’ll be giving this person a key to your home and trusting them to love and care for your fur baby when you’re not there. You need someone who is trustworthy, experienced, and reliable. The following are some things to consider and…

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The Benefits of Walks for Your Dog

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If you’ve had a dog for any length of time you already know it: dogs love to go on walks! As soon as your pooch hears the jingle of the leash, no matter how deeply asleep he was or how engrossed he was in another activity, there he is at the door waiting and ready…

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What Happens at a Pet Sitting Meet & Greet

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Our clients’ peace of mind is very important to us. That’s one of the reasons why we do a in-home Meet & Greet with every prospective dog walking or pet sitting client at Ready Pet Go. It’s purpose is to give you and your pets the opportunity to get to know the pet sitter who will be…

Keeping Your Pet’s Teeth Healthy

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According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, about 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the age of two. Untreated dental disease can be a serious problem and can even spread to the heart, kidneys and other organs. Love your pets by keeping their smiles healthy…

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Preparing for Your Pet Sitter

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A professional pet sitter will provide loving, quality care for your pets and home when you can’t be there. Be prepared with everything you need to make things go smoothly while you’re away. 1. Keep your information up to date. If you’ve used a pet sitter in the past, make sure they have your current…

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