Q: Can you provide references?
A: Yes and will happily do so per your request.
Q: May I recieve an update on my pets care?
A: Yes! Our sitters leave detailed notes and reports after we walk your dog/s. For vacation care we are happy to text, make a call or email you with an update per your request. Sometime our sitters will even post a picture of your special pal/s on the Parker and Friends Facebook page (with your permission). This is a wonderful thing to arrange during your initial consultation.
Q: Do you charge for additional pets?
A: No! We charge for our time with your pets. There is no charge for additional family members.
Q: Are you able to administer medication?
A: Yes our sitters are qualified to administer medication. For oral and topical medication there is no additional charge. If your pet requires insulin shots or sub q care there is a small surcharge.
Q: What about consistency in our service?
A: Parker and Friends believes in building a bond between you, your sitter and your pets. Our sitters most likely live in your neighborhood, which enables them to readily provide you with highly personalized service. Backup sitters are also available in the case that your primary sitter has an emergency or is otherwise unavailable for your required dates of service.
Q: Are you bonded and insured?
A: Parker and Friends Pet Sitters are fully bonded and insured through State Farm Insurance. What this all means to our clients is peace of mind. Our sitters take responsibility for your pets and possessions when you put them in their care. This means that your property and your pets are fully covered, should anything occur on our sitter’s watch. Having these policies in place shows a level of professionalism and commitment that you can trust.
Q: What does the initial consultation entail?
A: The initial consultation is a meeting in your home with your personal sitter and a back up sitter. It is at this meeting that we obtain all of the necessary information that we need to care for your pets properly! There is no charge!
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