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Frequently Asked Questions

Training FAQ

How much time in a day do I need to train my dog?


Put in the time and work and you will see RESULTS! Training alone can't and will not be the final determining fact in your pets training. Consistency and follow through is a must. Repetition will remind your pet who in charge and your commands are to be followed. Rule of thumb: - 30 minutes per day - 30 to 50 times repetition training daily for the first 4 weeks. Therefore after twiuce a week.





Pet Sitting FAQ

What If My Household Has Multiple Pets That Need A Sitter?


Keep in mind you should schedule the perfect amount of time for your pet(s) you may need to think in addition to the number of pets that you have, other house sitting job(s) your sitter will be in charge of, the number of medications administered, and any special needs your pet(s) will & may have. If you have more than one pet and different types of pets you will need to factor in some time for their needs as well. Depending on how many pets you have and all of the tasks your pet sitter you will to complete, you may need to schedule another 15-30 minutes. Just be sure to book enough time upfront to avoid charges if you sitter goes over time.




Can I Mix and Match Visit Lengths


Here's an example! Something like this works well for most dogs. * 30-minute morning visit * Nice long 45 or 60-minute early afternoon visit * 30 or 45-minute bedtime visit




How Many Dog Sitting Visits Do I Need to Consider Per Day ?


Two visits per day is the minimum for most dogs. Three visits is recommended. If your budget allows, four visits per day, thats a great way for your pet stay happy and well taken care of.




Do I Really Need A 60-Minute Visit ?


This is the best option for dogs. Even If your only gone for a few hours. 60-Minutes is enough time for your pet to completely de-stress. You furbaby will get a nice long walk and lots of playtime and of course meal time. If your furbaby is less active, 60-Minute visits are still a great choice because your sitter will help your dog relax while you are away. Can never put a price on peace of mind.




Will My Sitter Send Me Pictures And Or Videos Of My Pet ?


We will send picture message and video updates at every visit. From every visit you will receive 3 or more picture of your happy pet(s) ! Staying in communications with the pet parent is good solid reassurance that your sitter completed his/her visit and your pet(s) are doing awesome. We believe in regular quality checks in every process. Making sure you and your furbaby are always at ease and happy!




What If My Pet(s) Need To Go To The Vet, Can You Take Them ?


We are always happy to take your pet to their vet appointment if needed. If your pets seem like they are not feeling well, we will set up a video message and a three way call. We will need everyone on the same conversation so everyone gets the same information. Together we will set up a call with: * You ( The Parent ) * The Pet Sitter * The Office Admin





Donations FAQ

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GiveAways FAQ

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How many walks is too much for a dog?

If they are not used to more than a 10-minute walk or playtime, suddenly expecting more than an hour of activity can set them up for injury and medical problems. If they're over-extended, they may be resistant to exercise or develop mobility issues, anxiety, and exhaustion/lethargy.

How fast does a dog forget?

10 to 20 seconds

 

How Does A Dogs Short-Term Memory Work? The short-term memory of dogs allows them to remember certain events. These events will be forgotten by your dogs after 10 to 20 seconds.

Does P4PP limit how many dogs a sitter can sit or walk at one time?

P4PP sitters are allowed to walk the dogs from only one household at any one time. Our technology does not allow a walker to schedule more than one walk at the same time.

Do Dogs Forgive?

A Dog does forgive, but he doesn’t hold grudges as it is too complex for his brain. Instead, he lives in the moment and so whatever your believed offense, it is likely to be forgotten by him long before he ever understands the need for forgiveness.