Pet Sitting

Pricing

Deluxe Cubicle $68
Standard Cubicle $48

Timing

Check In: 1030-630pm
Check Out: 12pm-630pm

*There will be additional surcharge for Public Holiday.
*Deposit of $100 is required to reserve the cubicle & non-refundable for any cancellation.
*Full payment in CASH ; PAYNOW or NETS upon boarding at Pet August or fetching at owner’s premises.

Pet Sitting is a service offered by some veterinarians and pet sitting kennels, allowing owners to drop their dogs off for a set amount of time in exchange for a fee. While pet sitting, dogs are fed, walked, and cared for by pet care asisstant, who are responsible for keeping the dogs healthy and happy. Some pet sitting companies offer services such as pet day care for dog owners who need care for their pets while they are at work or otherwise engaged, while others specialize in long term .

The idea of pet sitting dogs has been around for some time, although in the late part of the twentieth century, pet sitting began to take off as pet owners took longer trips and wanted better care for their animals. Some facilities include luxurious accommodations and personalized care, for a price. A basic kennel will offer an enclosed dog run, regular feeding and watering along with exercise, and monitoring for emergent medical problems. Veterinarians offer boarding for animals with special medical needs which may include administration of regular medications.

As the number of pets owned around the world grows, the relationship of pets and their owners has begun to change. Most pet owners consider their dogs to be members of the family, and prefer to send them to the area that works more like a dog camp, rather than a grim kennel facility. Some pet camps include lavish outdoor grounds and enthusiastic staff with a passion for animals.

If you are enggage pet sitting a dog for the first time, make sure to bring along an assortment of favorite toys and preferred foods, along with objects that smell like home such as sweaters. When dropping your dog off, make sure to remain calm and cheerful so that your pet is not agitated.

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