You suddenly need to leave your home with the possibility of never returning. You have less than 30 minutes to literally be out of the house and walking or driving away. If it is a house fire, you may have less than five minutes to secure your animals for travel, make sure all of the… Read more »
Category: Emergency Plans
PET SITTERS AND PET PARENTS – CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS BOOK ENTRY – THE GEORGIA AVENUE ADOPTION CENTER HAS MOVED!
The Georgia Avenue Adoption Center of the Washington Humane Society has moved! Many of my pet sitting clients have adopted their cats or dogs from this location and also drop off donations of items that are useful to the shelter. The cramped quarters has brought a lot of joy to pet parents and shelter residents… Read more »
QUICK ACTION MAY SAVE YOUR PET’S LIFE – Create a Plan Just in Case Your Pet is Poisoned
By Kathleen Rodgers Many pet poisonings can be avoided through diligence, but sometimes accidents just happen. What do you do if you suspect that your cat or dog has ingested a poisonous substance? This is a question that is frequently asked by pet parents to their pet sitters. Several pet poison control hotlines exist… Read more »