Browse through PlayTime Pet Sitters & Dog Walkers’ top picks for Cat Shelters in Colorado Springs! Whether you are looking to adopt a new cat, want to volunteer or donate to a great cause, or need an option for secure re-homing, we give these shelters four paws UP!
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center recently released a list of the ten most common poisons that dogs ingest. What is immediately striking about the list is how ordinary each of the poisons is—most of us have these compounds in our homes or garages. The list is a reminder that it is important to keep medications and potentially toxic items locked up or stored safely away from our pets.
Many of our friends are welcoming new plants into their home, and yard during this time (your pet sitters and dog walkers included!). Make sure your plants are safe all your four legged family members.
Contrary to popular belief, cats ARE social animals. While they may not be greeting you at the door with a wagging tail, they do enjoy the companionship of their human servants (US!) Learn more about how cats benefit from regular cat sitting visits.
Where does a Wonder Pug go when they just need a little break from all their superhero duties? I vote PubDog!
I visited my friends at Colorado Canine Orthopedics & Rehab (and brought my human, Susan, to take lots of fun photos!) Read more to find out what services they offer, and why I give them 4 PAWS UP!
Many of us have protocol set in place for an emergency, whether at home or at work. However, have you prepared your pet for an emergency situation as well? Colorado is no stranger to extreme weather, ranging from blizzards to wildfires, and all in between. Our goal at PlayTime Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers is to keep your pet safe, whether in your care or ours.
On May 4th, 2018, the students from the North Middle School Public Achievement Club held a Pet Information Fair to raise awareness for Animal Rights in the community. The students organized this incredible event, which included multiple booths, a raffle, goodie bags, treats and lots of FUN! They invited various organizations with a passion for the fair and ethical treatment of animals, including PlayTime Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers. The students and attendees then had the oppurtunity to chat with these organizations, and learn more about the services offered for animals in the community.
PlayTime Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers were honored to be asked to be a part of this event, and were astounded by the brilliance and passion of all the young minds we met that day. We got the chance to chat with Max Blackburn, the Public Achievement Coach, to learn more about the organization, and to reflect on what the students learned throughout the process of developing the Pet Information Fair.
We feed, water, walk, cuddle, play with and love on your pets. But, we also do so much more!
Dog Training: Kerry Bramwell, our resident certified trainer, offers humane, effective, in-home training for dogs of all ages that includes manners, socialization, following basic commands and potty training. Kerry’s approach is tailored to your individual goals, is enjoyable, effective, and geared to build and maintain a fun, respectful relationship with your adult dog or puppy. Call or email us to find out more.
Medications: Many of our pet sitters are qualified to give medications—from pills to injections. We care for numerous diabetic pets and many others with time-sensitive needs. We haven’t missed a single dose since PlayTime first began. That’s over 20 years of ensuring your pets stay healthy and safe.
Doggy Park Field Trip: When it’s outdoor fun your dog pants for, we know all the best spots. Our doggy park field trips give your bow-wow up to two hours of frolicking around on the leash or off the leash in the safety of a designated, fenced area. We choose only the friendliest, safest greens that have been tried, tested and approved by us and our furry family members.
Overnight Stays: Our slumber parties keep nervous pets calm, lonely pets happy and fragile pets protected. It’s peace of mind for them and for you.
Vet Visits: The health of your animal is our primary concern. We’ll take them to the vet should something unexpected happen—no matter the time of day. Leaving a credit card on file makes it easy when it comes to paying for their treatment. Call or email us to talk about this, or anything else you’d like to know.
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