Dog owners often appreciate the pet sitting option, to keep their pet in a warm, family atmosphere. The owner can leave their dog in the pet sitter’s home, where he or she will be considered like their own while you’re away.
Dogs have a variety of different needs. In addition to showing devotion, trust and safety, the pet sitter will provide him with everything that he needs for his stay.
In order for the stay to take place in the best possible conditions, we highly recommend that you meet up first with your dog sitter. During this encounter, you’ll be able to chat with the pet sitter, exchange on your dogs habits, personality and more importantly see whether your dog ‘adores’ him!
If you want your furry friend to stay with a pet sitter, several points should be checked over depending on your animal s breed and habits: Do you have high enough fence? Any other animals present in the home? Any food habits? …
To find out more: Dog sitting in a family
A dog has it’s own character that may vary depending on his breed and different life experiences.
It’s not unusual, to come across dogs unable to stay on their own or to change environments when the owners are away.
If you are in this case, please note that we can also arrange for someone to come to your home. It is a different sort of day care that is totally in line with dogs that suffer from loneliness and that are stressed in unfamiliar surroundings.
The dog sitter comes to your home to look after your pet. With this type of care, the pet sitter commits to staying overnight to keep your animal company, so he feels safe when it’s dark.
To find out more: Keeping my dog at home
If you have an independent dog, that doesn’t mind staying on his own while you are away, we can also organise daily walks.
This dog walking formula is easily adapted to your dog’s everyday life, without disturbing his habits.
Walks can last from ¼ up to 3/4 hour, from once to 3 times a day, all depending on what you want:
• A brisk walk or even a jog to improve their stamina
• A casual walk to fulfil their needs
Depending on your lifestyle, you can also take on a dog walker on a weekly basis.
To find out more: Organise dog walking
When it comes down to someone looking after your dog, more than one owner raises the question ‘who will look after my four legged friend?’
To anticipate your pet’s stay and to leave in a peaceful state of mind, it’s important to answer the right question at the right time:
All these questions vary according to your dog‘s breed and nature.
To find your ideal dog sitter, you’ll find several different profiles:
To find out more: Advice to look after your dog when away