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Q. How are my home and pets protected while I’m away?
A. Center City Pets is insured through Pet Sitters Associates
During the initial consultation I gather information
related to health issues and behavioral tendencies to round out the pet
profile. The service
contract you will be asked to sign includes a
release to obtain emergency veterinary treatment.
Q. When are your pet sitting services available?
A. My pet sitting services are available 7 days a week/365 days a
Q. Can I book service at the last minute?
A. Yes, though extra fees may be charged. Go here for more information.
Q. Will you pick up pet supplies if I forget?
A. Under normal circumstances picking up supplies is not a pet sitter responsibility. In all cases, a pickup fee will be charged in addition to the cost of the supplies.
Q. I’d rather not have a pet sitter visit my home, do you offer
A. Sorry, Center City Pets does not offer any boarding or pet
services. Don’t be afraid to tell me if you’re a bit reluctant to let a
stranger into your home while away. I’m confident you will feel more
comfortable about it after the initial consultation.
Q. How many dogs do you walk at the same time?
A. Two dogs from the same household is my limit and this policy
both dogs have been trained to a reasonable level of on-lead
Q. Do you have cancellation and early return policies?
A. Yes, but only because I need them. See policies
for more information.
Q. Who will take care of my pets when you can’t?
A. I belong to a network of friendly professional pet sitters who
willing to help out in the event of an emergency. The really good news
I have yet to call on any of them to cover for me.
Q. Can you administer medication to my pet?
A. Yes, I can administer topical or oral medication if the pet
object to being handled.
A. Yes, I will gladly return your keys after you return home. But
there’s a chance you will need my services again, it is much easier if
I already have your keys. After the initial consultation, I do charge
for picking up and dropping off keys.
Q. Are you trained in pet first aid?
A. Yes, I am Red Cross trained and certified in pet first aid and
Q. How often should you visit to care for my cat?
A. In my experience one visit per day is sufficient for most cats
I will visit twice per day if you’d prefer. While I have accommodated
client requests for every other day service in the past, that option is
no longer available.