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Travel plans? Check. Pet sitter? Check. Looks like you are ready for summer! Making sure you have your pet sitter scheduled ahead of time will take the stress off you and your pets. Planning ahead for pet care is great, … Continue reading
Zika Virus and our pets! The Zika virus has been in the news a lot lately. Being the animal lover I am my thoughts go to can our pets get the Zika virus? What do the experts tell us?
Some of the most common questions I answer while pet parents are away are, “How are my pets doing? Are they OK? Do they seem happy?” Pet anxiety is a big issue for pet owners, especially those that don’t travel … Continue reading
Toxoplasmosis. Say what?!? T. gondii is a protozoan organism that can infect all mammals, who serve as intermediate hosts. Raccoons, cats and other members of the cat family shed T. gondii in their feces, that can live for months or … Continue reading
Zika Virus and our pets! The Zika virus has been in the news a lot lately. Being the animal lover I am my thoughts go to can our pets get the Zika virus? What do the experts tell us? As … Continue reading
Here are some fun cat facts from Creature Comforts Pet Sitting of Seattle:
Are you taking any trips in the future? Creature Comforts Pet Sitting of Seattle has created this handy guide to help deal with trips and your pets: Every Pet owner is a caring, loving individual and as such, we … Continue reading
Every year, around this time, we get a lot of calls from people seeking pet care over Christmas. Sometimes, a friend or family member has been lined up to stay with the pets and the plans fall through. This sounds like … Continue reading
When you least expect it, you come home to find your pet has eaten something from your garbage, the coffee or kitchen table, or your child’s backpack and you aren’t sure if it’s ok or not. Some foods that are … Continue reading
On May 11, 2015, SSB 5501, the animal cruelty prevention bill, passed the Washington State Senate by a vote of 49 to 0. This bill (SSB5501) makes leaving a pet locked in a car under dangerous conditions a civil offense. As … Continue reading