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Did you know?

Does your dog play all day in the yard?  Do you regularly pick up their poop?  Did you know that taking the time to clean up after your dog helps your family and community safe stay safe? Poop Dangers? Yeah there are Poop Dangers – first of all NO ONE likes stepping in dog, poop-it stinks!  Dog poop also poisons the grass and lawns, it carries hookworms, ringworms, tapeworms, and transmits human diseases. Here’s something you may not know- Dog poop pollutes waterways and is in the same EPA category as oil and mine run off. Not picking up fresh poop before

October 6th, 2019|

Professional Pet Sitter vs Neighbor/Friend

Professional Pet Sitter vs. Neighbor/Friend In my last Blog, I wrote about why you should hire a pet sitter.  Now I’d like to discuss why you should hire a professional pet sitter. Going out of town for work or on a vacation can be difficult, especially if you have a pet at home.  You want someone you can trust and is reliable to take care of your pets and your home while your gone.  It’s natural to look to a neighbor, friend or family.  You can trust them, but it might not always be the best choice. There are many people

July 30th, 2019|

Pet Sitting Services What is it? And Why Should I use it

It’s the start of a new year for Canine To 5 Pet Services.  I can’t believe that 4 years ago on July 13th I visited my first dog. Her name was Junebug and she was just beautiful.  That was the beginning of, not only my pet sitting business, but a loving relationship with pets.  Junebug was my first pet but is not my last.  In the last 3 years, I have had the privilege of meeting the most amazing Pet Parents and even more amazing Pets. When I started Pet Sitting, I had no idea that it was going to become

July 10th, 2019|

What is it with cats and cardboard boxes?

It doesn’t matter if it’s big or small, cats don’t seem to discriminate when it comes to a good cardboard box. It is instinctive. Cats are king of the jungle and they like to stalk their prey. A secure hiding spot is attractive and a cardboard box gives them a vantage point from which to watch the world around them (and have the occasional swat at an ankle that passes by). It makes them feel safe. Inside a cardboard box they can only be approached from one side, so there is no possible surprise attack from behind. It is a great

March 27th, 2017|

My New E-Book

Check out the new E-Book that explains all about why and how Canine to 5 came about!! Make sure you look for our secret phrase!

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