Dog Sitting and Home Visits FAQs
Will I meet my Home Visitor before they come to visit my dog?
Yes, in fact we insist upon it. You must arrange a meeting with your Home Visitor to make sure that everyone is 100% happy before any bookings are accepted. This allows your dog and the Home Visitor to get to know each other, and for you to ask any questions that you might have. We always try to offer the same Home Visitor so that your dog can build up a relationship with the person.
Does my dog need to be vaccinated?
As the visit is in your home, this is not necessary. Home Visits are great for pre-vaccinated puppies and senior dogs that are not able to have vaccinations for health reasons.
Does my dog need to be wormed and treated for flea prevention?
It is preferable that your dog is treated with worm and flea prevention, as your Home Visitor comes into contact with other dogs during the course of the day - and you may require us to walk your dog for 5-10 minutes as part of the service. Please discuss this with your Home Visitor at the initial meeting.
Do you visit dogs with special needs?
Absolutely, the service is perfect for puppies, senior dogs and nervous dogs. We are happy to visit and walk dogs that are not too keen on other dogs, but we are not able to visit dogs who are not too keen on people! If you have any concerns or questions, please Contact Us and we will do our best to help you.
I am going on holiday and am leaving my dog at home. A friend or neighbour is popping regularly through each day to check on them. Can you visit my dog too while I am away?
Unfortunately not. You must have suitable arrangements in place for your dog to be cared for while you are away. Please consider our Home Boarding Service, or making arrangements for your dog to stay in the home of a friend or family member.
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