We prefer 1 or 2 visits per day. We can not do every-other-day visits. If something should go wrong while you are gone and it is not attended to quickly, it could become a very major problem. We want to eliminate that possibility.
If your cat is an indoor cat we will not let it outside. If your cat is an indoor/outdoor cat and has free access to the outdoors, that is OK. However, please consider that in this area there are coyotes, bobcats, and other predators that pose a threat to your cat. We can not be responsible for the safety of your cat while outdoors.
If your cat is an indoor/outdoor cat, but is confined to the house, we will not let him out while we are there, as there is no guarantee that he will return before we leave. We do not want your cat to be left out doors with no way to get back in.
Yes, I do have experience administering medications, including insulin shots, pills, and topicals and subcutaneous fluids. Additionally, I am Pet CPR and First Aid Certified.
Please, feel free to discuss with me the needs of your pet. I have the skill and experience to care for most cases.
No. We care for many kittys and take great measures to insure their wellbeing. We can not take the risk of spreading illnesses to other pets. Pet Sitting in Prescott
I do understand that sometimes things come up and I will always try to accommodate you if possible. I do ask that new clients have their initial 'get acquainted' visit, before I can care for their pets. I always appreciate as much advanced notice as possible, but please don't hesitate to phone me if you happen to have a last minute need for my service.
Yes. We leave a check off sheet detailing the duties that were performed on behalf of your pets and home. We also leave a diary telling you how our visits went with your pets and /or any special happenings.
I have been know to take pictures and send them to you by text.