Category: Pet Sitting

12 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Pet Sitter and Ready Pet Go’s Answers

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How do you know if the pet sitter you hire will be a good fit for you and your pets? Many pet owners want a pet sitter who is experienced, trustworthy, and reliable, but they’re not always sure how to go about finding one. These questions are designed to help you get to know the…

| Dogs, Cats, Pet Sitting

How to Survive Vacation Without Your Pets

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Vacation season is here! Are you already missing your pets… even though you haven’t departed yet? It’s tough to enjoy your trip if you’ll be worrying about your pets the whole time. Here at Ready Pet Go, we specialize in helping loving pet owners feel good about leaving their pets behind. These tips will help…

| Dogs, Cats, Pet Sitting

How to Prepare for Your Pet Sitter

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As a pet owner, finding a great pet sitter is essential when planning for a business trip or holiday vacation. A professional pet sitter will provide loving, quality care for your pets and home when you can’t be there. And while you may have already found the right person to take care of your furry…

| Dogs, Cats, Pet Sitting

Why This DC Area Dog Walker Won’t Use Choke, Prong, or Shock Collars

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Do you use a choke, prong, or shock collar with your dog? Or has a trainer or other dog professional advised you to use one? Maybe you have a large, strong dog who pulls on leash or a dog with very serious behavior problems, and you feel like one of these tools is your only…

How Many Times a Day Should I Schedule a Pet Sitter to Visit My Pet?

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So you’ve decided that your pet will be happiest staying in their own home while you travel, and you’ve chosen a professional pet sitter to care for them. Now the question is how many times a day should you schedule a pet sitter to visit them? Here are some things to think about to help…

| Dogs, Cats, Pet Sitting

What Types of Animals Does a Pet Sitter Care For?

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At Ready Pet Go, we provide pet sitting services for all types of pets, including cats and all breeds of dogs, small animals such as ferrets, rabbits, gerbils, and hamsters, reptiles and amphibians, birds, fish, and horses, goats, sheep, chickens, and other farm animals. So whether your pet has fur, fins, feathers, or scales, we’ll…

| Exotic Pets, Pet Sitting