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The Furry Godmother offers personalized in-home care for your four-footed family. Pet sitting involves less hassle for you, less stress on your pet, and you can save money!
What We Do
We offer personalized at-home visits for your pets, with care according to your instructions. We can walk your pet, change water, food, litter on whatever schedule you'd like. We can also water plants, bring in mail, turn off lights and more, for your convenience.
The Latest News:
Did you know that according to a 2009 Gallup Poll 76% of American households own pets? And according to one question on “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire,” 64% of pet owners consider themselves to be “Mom” or “Dad” to their pets.
If you are one of those pet people, planning your vacation can be very stressful. If your pets can’t go with you, what do you do? Enter the Professional Petsitter. Petsitting is an alternative to boarding your dog or cat when you are on vacation. Rather than you taking your pet to them, they come to your pet. Some petsitters will also come to your home to walk your dog or give them potty breaks if you work long hours. They can make life for the loving pet owner so much easier and stress-free.
So how do you go about finding a professional petsitter and how do you decide who is right for you? [Read more »]
I rescued Frosty from a shelter twelve years ago. The vet told me he thought she was five or six years of age at that time. At one point, an animal control officer that met Frosty in my yard (we live on fenced acreage) commented that, from her experience, she didn’t think Frosty had ever had an owner prior to my adopting her. Three weeks ago, we finally had to say goodbye as she slept the long sleep. She lived an incredible seventeen years.
She was NOT a dog and did not act like a dog.
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This article will depart slightly from Focus on Felines as it concerns dogs too. (Be sure to read to the end of the article for a special announcement.)
In this geographic area and at this time of year, pet owners are concerned about the adverse effect the soaring summer temperatures may have on their pets, specifically cats and dogs. I know every pet parent realizes the importance of providing plenty of water, and for outside pets, plenty of shade. Indoor pets may also have an increase in their environmental Fahrenheit as we all try to keep electric bills lower by raising the indoor thermostat. But for the house cat or dog, this is seldom a problem, even if your pet has long hair. [Read more »]