Questions To Ask Your Pet Sitter

We are quite often asked many common questions that we feel are important to discuss here and talk about. So, here’s a bunch of those commonly asked questions and their answers. If you have any other questions, please feel free to give us a call, or you can visit our Contact Us section.

Q: Are you bonded and insured?

We are bonded AND insured through National Insurance.

Q: Are you licensed?

Yes, we are licensed with the State of Tennessee.

Q: Do you administer medication or shots to pets?

We can administer any medication or shots that you, the pet owner, are able to administer on a regular basis. If we are unfamiliar with a particular medication or shot we will schedule an appointment (free of charge) with you so that you can show us how to properly give the medication or shot.

Q: How can I prepare for my pet sitter?

Our initial ‘meet and greet’ will cover important items to have available while you’re away.

Q: What happens if my pet gets sick?

We will contact you immediately and will take your pet to your pet’s veterinarian. Your pet’s veterinarian information will be collected during our meet ‘n greet session.

Q: How far in advance do we need to make an appointment?

As far in advance as possible. We require two weeks notice. This allows both you and us plenty of time to schedule a meet ‘n greet. It also gives plenty of room for any changes to be made by you or us.

Q: Do you have any references?

We have many happy clients. We can put you in touch with as many of those as you need to feel satisfied you have made the proper selection.

Q: Should we have alternate arrangements in case of inclement weather?

We definitely recommend that you have a family member or neighbor in place to call in cases of inclement weather (snow or ice). Really bad weather DOES occur, so we feel that we need to bring this up because we want to make sure your furry friends are cared for in any event.