My husband and I fostered Daisy for A SMART Rescue from March 6, 2014 through today, April 5, 2014. She’s now in her forever home with a great family. :-D
It is hard to bond and say goodbye, but we feel good knowing that we helped her and will help the next foster pup that we are assigned too!
Pendek and Zim were a recent set of amazing animals that I watched over for 12 days while their parents were having fun abroad. Check out the silliness that we got up to!
Tweet . . . → Read More: Pendek and Zim – Pet Sitting Silliness
Check out these foxy, Shiba Inu’s! They live near me and just needed someone to let them out to do their thang. ;-)
Tweet . . . → Read More: The Foxy Shiba Inu’s – Pet Sitting for the Win
I spent last week with a very mellow big boy, Buster, a Bernese Mountain Dog / Australian Shepherd mix. He and I had a great 5 days at his house. Lots of walks and using him as a pillow. He did use his big eyes to attempt to get some scraps from me, but we stuck . . . → Read More: Buster the Awesome – Pet Sitting Success
Last week, I watched the two cuties below for 3 days. I forgot how energetic young dogs could be, lol. It ended up working out well and I hope I get to see them again! Next time, I will make sure to sleep more so I can keep up even better. ;-)
This little girl was . . . → Read More: Bubbly Boxers – Recent Pet Sitting Success
Pet Sitting Checklist
Does your pet get along with small dogs?
Is he/she aggressive towards anything?
Is your pet skittish around a certain gender, age, race?
Is your pet up to date with all of their vaccinations?
Does your pet have any medical issues? Medications?
Your vet’s name and address?
Emergency contact info?
Is your pet potty trained?
Is your pet kennel trained? Specifically, is . . . → Read More: Pet Sitting Checklist
We had to say goodbye to Miss Doxie on February 13, 2014. She had been declining for about 6 months, but she pretty much decided to end it by flying from the couch and directly into the coffee table the week before. She had been using doggy stairs for years, so it came as a surprise…
It’s nearly . . . → Read More: Goodbye Miss Doxie
I have been getting lazy with Mr. Pug’s medicine routine and am trying to get back on track. It’s nice to have a healthy Pug and I don’t want to fall back into bad habits.
Here’s the schedule I just made for myself (again):
Put a steroid pill (Prednisone) in his morning food.
Put in eye drops at night.
Twice . . . → Read More: Medicine Routines
It has been 19-25 degrees around Houston, TX at night lately and I have seen some pets still suffering around town.
Here are some ideas on what to do with your pets when it is feezing outside:
1. Bring them inside for the nights at least.
2. Actually get sweaters for the breeds that were not made for the . . . → Read More: What to do with Your Pets When It is Freezing Outside
Here’s proof that absolutely anything can happen in the world of pet ownership:
A friend of ours, Ashley, owns 2 dogs. The first one is a very sweet Rottweiler named Mandy and the second is a cute, little Pug named Mr. Zippy (here’s the post with his pic). I actually introduced our friend to Pughearts where she got . . . → Read More: Anything Can Happen with Pets