Emma looked after our cats for a week and we were super happy with her. We met a couple of times beforehand to make sure we were all happy and agreed what she was happy to do.
Emma sent regular updates and photos whilst we were away which really put our minds at ease. She was respectful of our home and pets and treated them as if they were her own (you can tell when you meet her she is a real animal lover!) I have no doubt she will be our first choice for a sitter in the future, and I would recommend her without hesitation.
Dog sitting can refer to several different services.
Home dog boarding: Your pup stays with at a host family’s home for a set amount of time while you are away. The host family feeds, walks and cares for your furry friend just as lovingly as you would. Read more ...
Dog walking: A dog walker picks up your dog at an agreed time to walk him or her while you are away. Read more ...
Doggy day care: Your dog spends the day at the dog sitter’s home while you are away. Depending on the agreement, either the owner or the sitter can see to the dog’s “commute” from home to the place of day care. Read more ...
You no longer have to ask neighbors, friends or family to take care of your giant Bernese Mountain Dog while you're away.
Free Meet & Greet: The first step is to search for a dog sitter in your area who suits your needs and is available. Contact them and arrange a Meet & Greet so you can get to know each other and, if the dog sitter has a dog of their own, introduce the dogs to each other safely.
Pay through Pawshake: If you all get along well, book and pay safely via Pawshake.
Trusted, vetted and insured: On Pawshake you can find trusted and vetted dog sitters in your area. Your dog is covered by our Pet Protection insurance during the dog sitting service.