Summer Tips for Professional Pet Sitters and their Clients
As we prepare for the scorching days of summer to arrive, it is important to keep in mind that this season brings unique dangers for both pets and pet sitters.
As the temperature rises, so do Fido and Fluffy’s chances of experiencing heat-related problems. Warmer weather can also mean more snakes, more exposure to toxic plants and chemicals and possibly increased crime in the areas you service.
Check out this important information from PSI’s Resource Library—and share with clients—as we enter the hottest and busiest time of the year!
Summer Resources for Professional Pet Sitters and their Clients:
PSI outlines what steps should be taken if a pet is suffering from heatstroke.
Five tips to help ensure the safety of children and pets around open windows this summer
PSI shares the ASPCA's top paw-care tips to help keep your pet on all fours this summer.
Summer—it’s the busiest season for pet sitters and for the Boogie Man as well. Check out these tips to stay safe this summer.
Protect your pets with a safety check of the plants and products you use in your home, yard and along your daily walks.
Do you know what to do if you or a pet is bitten by a snake this summer?
As a professional pet sitter, are there any other special precautions you take during the summer months? Share below!