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How Do We Compete With Companies Like Rover & Wag! Popping Up?

Dog sitter, cat sitter, cats, dogs, pet sitter

Any business needs to be on their toes, constantly reinventing themselves to compete in their market and after 20 years, it is crazy how the pet industry has changed. Who would have been able to guess that we would have special software for dog walkers and pet sitters, let alone apps where we can just schedule a sitter we have never met to come into our house to care for our furry family members? When I started this pet sitting “gig” in 1995, most people hadn’t even heard of a pet sitter or the concept! My Goal is to put

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Why doesn’t my cat drink a lot of water?

Why doesn't my cat drink a lot of water

We all know cats are picky. They are known to snub their favorite food and often change where they prefer to sleep. When it comes to their water, their pickiness reaches a whole new level. Kidney disease is the number one killer of most domesticated cats. Knowing why your cat is so picky about drinking water and what you can do to get them to drink more water may help your cat’s kidney function and extend their life! Your Cat Still Uses Its Survival Instincts Ancient Egyptians domesticated the first cat over 4,000 years ago, but Fluffy still uses the

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Should I Feed My Cat Wet Food or Dry Food?

Cat sitter, cat nutrition, cat food, cats

Over the years’ veterinarians have gone back and forth on whether dry or wet food is better for your cat. Even the most experienced of cat owners may not have all the facts. Read along to find out the answer to your question, should I feed my cat wet food or dry food? Feline Dietary Needs Cats require a diet that is high in protein, high in water content, and low in carbohydrates. A cat’s natural diet in the wild would consist of birds, lizards, mice, rabbits, and insects. Their natural prey diet would be high in protein, low in

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