What To Expect From A Professional Pet Sitter

Comfort Zone Critter Care takes the worry and the stress out of your time away and allows your pets to remain in their comfort zone – your home – and receive individual attention and affection, even when you can’t be there.

When you contact Comfort Zone Critter Care about my pet-sitting and dog-walking services, I will explain how my services work, and answer any questions that you may have. I will work with you to create a pet-sitting or a dog-walking schedule that best suits your pets’ needs.

I will arrive at your free meet and greet at the designated time. During this initial meeting, I will come to your home to get to know both you and your pets. Your pets and I will have the opportunity to interact, making the transition to my visiting your home smoother and less stressful for everyone.

I will also collect information regarding your pets’ routine, including feeding and walking schedule, and any medications your pets may take. You will also be asked to provide me with veterinary and emergency contact information as well as copies of vaccinations/titer records for your pets. You will also show me where supplies are kept, where your pet sleeps, and where you store toys, food, treats, etc. I can also answer any additional questions that you may have.

I will visit your pets according to the daily schedule we have agreed upon. You will receive an update, via text, about how your pets are doing each day. You can also call or text me at any time you want to check on your pets. Your peace of mind is important to me!

What To Expect At A Behavior Consultation

Consultations are important to help me learn more about your dog or puppy’s behavior.

I will schedule a time to meet with you in your home at a time that is convenient for you and your family to carry out an in-depth behavior assessment.

During the session, I will observe your dog’s behavior; not only how your dog is interacting with you, but also how you and your family are interacting with your dog.

A full behavior history and behavior challenges will be gathered, as well as together coming up with training goals to address the behaviors you specifically wish to address. I will also need to have a copy of your dog’s vaccination/titer records.

Your input is important, so I encourage all family members to be part of this process to ensure all needs are being met.

I will ask you questions about the history of your pet’s problem, including when it began, how long it has been occurring, and what specific triggers cause or worsen the problem. You will also be asked how you have been trying to deal with the problem. Finally, I will discuss the treatment strategy that is most appropriate for your circumstances.

The more detailed and objective your information is, the more likely that I can reach a diagnosis or tentative diagnosis of the problem and formulate an appropriate treatment plan.

The behavior consultation lasts approximately 1.5 hours.

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