How to Find and Hire a Pet Care Professional

Pet Care Professional Wanted? Here’s What to Consider…

Recently I took the decision to leave a job in retail to become a self-employed Dog Walker and Pet Sitter. I love the idea of spending the day walking and providing care for a variety of different pets and I feel privileged that people trust me with their pets’ welfare whilst they are away on holiday or at work.   More and more people are choosing to opt for this type of care for their pets when they go away for a variety of reasons. Firstly, ALL pets are different. What one animal likes, another may hate and this is one … Continue reading

How to Protect Your Car’s Interior from Your Dog

How to Protect Your Car's Interior from Your Dog

If you are anything like us, you love taking road trips and going on exciting adventures with your dog. From camping and hiking to running to the grocery store, we all love traveling with our furry best friends. These fun little outings, however, can come at a price if you are not careful. Over time, if your car’s interior is not properly protected or cleaned, it will start to look worn, faded, and damaged. There are a few different ways you can keep your car’s interior looking clean and new throughout all of your adventures. Dog Seat Cover Who likes … Continue reading

How to Create a Good, Safe Relationship Between Your Dog and Child

Relationship Tips Between a Child, Owner and a Pet Dog

There are currently numerous photos and videos floating around various social media platforms depicting our children’s ‘fantastic’ relationship with our pets.   Captions such as “Fido is great with children, they can climb and jump on him and even grab his tail and he just won’t react” are posted next to photos off very uncomfortable and stressed looking animals. It is amazing what interactions some adults allow without stopping to consider their dog; pulling of ears and tails, hitting, kicking, grabbing, pinching, pushing and screaming at. All of these actions are slowly going to make your dog wary of children, … Continue reading