Why Do You Need An In-Home Pet Sitter For Thanksgiving?
Why Do You Need An In-Home Pet Babysitter For Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving can be a very stressful time of year. If you are going away for the Holiday’s, you may be tempted to board your pet, but hiring an in-home pet sitter may be a better idea.
You may think it’s fun to take your pet with you, but that can also be a hassle. It means double the planning; also, there is a risk that your pet may be unfriendly or nervous around new people or his surroundings.
Hiring a professional pet sitter may be a healthier option for your pet. Your fur baby is going to be more comfortable in familiar surroundings. They will have their favorite toys and things they love and used to. They can have their food on their normal eating schedule. They will, hopefully, receive some love and attention from your friend who is sitting with them. It will eliminate the trauma of traveling and/or being trapped in a cage for hours. If you have a young puppy or kitty, keeping them on the same feeding and bathroom schedule is important. So, you won’t have to worry about trying to keep that schedule in a new place. The pet sitter can also be there to help with any diet needs or medications your dog may need.
It can be beneficial to you as well. You will be comforted to know that your pet is in good hands with a professional pet sitter. You have the confidence that your pet sitter can handle anything that they need to do. It makes things easier for you since you don’t have to deal with traveling with your pet. You don’t have to impose on your family members. You will also feel more secure knowing that your home is being looked after. Your pet sitter can bring in your mail, water your plants, and turn lights on at night and off in the morning to deter burglars.
Should You Kennel Your Dog?
Kenneling is a cheaper option, but your fur baby may be very unhappy being left in a cage all day. Actually, it may turn out to be cheaper to hire a pet sitter if you have more that one pet.
Some dogs get so nervous that they won’t eat anything by being kept in a kennel. This can be very unhealthy for your pet. There is also the risk of your dog or cat getting sick off of other animals that are being caged next to your baby. When looking for pet care, remember to stick to what fits your budget and is the best option for your pet. When hiring a professional sitter, there are plenty of options. Make sure you outline what exactly the sitter needs to do.
Who to call
If you are in the South Charlotte and need a pet sitter for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year or any day, call the #1 pet sitting company Love and KissePet Sitting 704-763-9857