Here's what we're doing to insure your pet's safety, your safety and the pet sitter's safety while visiting your home: We bring hand sanitizer, gloves and our own leash to each visit. We don't over-handle the pet while in our care if possible: the sitter keeps gloves on. Coronavirus can stay present for days on … Continue reading C & G COVID Guidelines
It has been a long time since that first seeing eye dog school opened on the 29th of January back in 1929. Nashville, TN was home to that first school and seeing eye dogs are now being utilized all over the world. Today, these amazing canines do much more than help the visually impaired. The versatility of … Continue reading Seeing Eye Dog Birthday
Change a Pet’s Life day is a day devoted to encouraging animal adoption and spreading awareness of animal welfare issues. Even if you cannot adopt a new pet from a shelter today, you can still help make a difference in the lives of shelter pets by: 1) Making a monetary donation to your local shelter … Continue reading Change a Pet’s Life Day
Whether it’s a sharp sweater, a warm jacket, or yes, an adorable turtle costume, tons of pet parents have played dress up with their four-legged friends. National Dress Up Your Pet Day on January 14th is the perfect day to celebrate your pet’s impeccable fashion sense. National Dress Up Your Pet Day has been celebrated every … Continue reading National Dress Up Your Pet Day
How does a pooper scooper service work? Basic pooper scooper companies come to your home once or on a weekly or monthly basis to clean up after your pet. Dog cleanups are the most common and involve employees of the company coming into your backyard, safely cleaning all of your dog's waste and then removing it from … Continue reading What Does a Pooper Scooper Service Do?