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Is Your Cat Spraying?

black cat and sunflower

Hmmmm, not fond of these flowers, let me make them smell better.

Cats and Spraying ~

What Is It,

Why Do They Do It,

and How Can You Control It?

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 Author,  Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

As the parent of a purr-fectly pawsome cat, you may have confused urine spraying with actual urinating, even though the behaviors are quite different and represent different things. Obviously, urinating is your cat’s sanitary method of discharging urine, as it is for animals and people alike. But urine spraying is a behavior that has nothing to do with your cat’s sanitation; instead, it is a territory-marking behavior. Most commonly done by non-neutered males in a multi-cat household, urine spraying on furniture, carpet and other household surfaces is your cat’s way of saying “hey, this is my turf!” and to cover up the scent of other cats. The behavior is quite normal and natural, but it should be prevented if you want to keep a sanitary, odor-free home.

 

How to Control Your Cat’s Spraying

 

  1. First and foremost, have your kitty spayed or neutered by the time he/she is six months old, if possible. Mostcats who are “fixed” generally do not spray  However, spraying can even occur with neutered males and spayed females, especially if you have waited to neuter a male cat after he has reached sexual maturity; by then, spraying may have become a fixed habit to him.

 

  1. Attempt to restrict your cat’s view of the outdoors. If your cat sees another cat, it is his natural response to mark his territory, which just happens to be your home. Provide your cat with a cat tree or play area to refocus his attention from the great outdoors.

 

  1. Foster a positive relationship amongst multiple cats. When cats get along, they are less competitive, which makes them less likely to spray. Be sure to give each cat equal attention, play with them together and encourage them to sleep and eat together.

 

  1. Keep a routine. Changes in your household – rearranging the furniture, moving your cat’s litter box, welcoming a new pet to the family – can create anxiety for your cat. Try to keep the status quo whenever possible by feeding kitty at the same time each day, keeping her bed and litter box in the same location at all times, engaging in playtime at a regular time, etc. If you notice your cat has a problem remaining calm and stresses easily, you may opt to try a pheromone-like spray substance that is specifically designed to help your cat keep her calm.

 

  1. When your cat does spray, immediately and thoroughly clean the area to prevent re-marking. Opt for a product that contains natural enzymes that will “eat” the odor-causing bacteria. Some products merely mask the scent, which is not a long-term solution.

 

  1. Finally, if all else fails and stopping your cat’s spraying seems like a never ending battle, try to repel your cat with unpleasant essences or experiences. There are products available that can be used to keep your pet away from areas that are his obvious favorites when it comes to spraying. For instance, Pet Safe Ssscat Cat Spray is an automated spray system that detects when your pet is in a forbidden area and releases a brisk, odorless, harmless and stainless spray that may help disrupt your cat’s undesirable spraying behavior. Another Product, Contech Stay Away does the same exact thing, but also has a warning beep first.  Allowing the cat to move away before the spray of air.

 

While your cat’s spraying is definitely a nuisance, it’s not a necessity. When you witness your cat spraying or recognize that he has, take action soon in order to achieve successful results.

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

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What is Going On With Your Pet’s Breathe

Cat with mouth open

Pets with bad breathe may have health issues

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Your

.

Pet’s

.

Bad Breath

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 Author, Darlene Wagner for Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Nothing says “I love you” quite like a wet, sloppy kiss from your canine companion, or an up-close and personal “meow” from Fluffy, your favorite feline. But what can you do if that kiss or meow is accompanied by some seriously bad breath? If your pet suffers from stinky breath, it could signify a health problem that needs attention, or it could be a bi-product of a poor diet.

 

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal Disease is indeed the most common cause of stinky breath for pets. A build-up of plaque can cause gingivitis which, if left, can transition to periodontal disease. This disease can be quite serious, resulting in your pet losing teeth, develop gum disease, and it can even cause kidney and heart damage. When it comes to your precious pet’s teeth and gums, the old Ben Franklin idiom, ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’ certainly applies. Brush your pet’s teeth regularly, perform routine mouth inspections (feel around for loose teeth, unusual bumps, etc.), and arrange for regular oral exams by your pet’s veterinarian.

 

Liver and Kidney Disease

These can negatively affect a pet’s breath. Odor producing bacteria in your pet’s stomach, lungs and/or mouth can build-up and produce a foul smell. An unrelenting odor is a sign that something may be wrong in your pet’s kidneys, liver or gastrointestinal tract, and should be examined by your vet.

 

Diabetes

Diabetes can produce sweet smelling breath with a hint of a fruit-like scent. While the smell may seem ideal, the cause can be quite dangerous for your pet. The primary symptoms of diabetes for your pet is excessive thirst and frequent urination. Sometimes, a pet with diabetes may display an insatiable appetite. This disease is more common in overweight pets, although even those at an ideal weight can befall diabetes.

 

Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

FELV and FIV are autoimmune diseases that affect cats. If your favorite feline has poor smelling breath as well as pale gums, runny nose, watery eyes, a loss of appetite, vomiting, lethargy and weight loss, be on alert as these are all symptoms of a serious health issue that requires your vet’s attention.

 

Poor diet

A poor diet can also be to blame for your pet’s unpleasant breath. High quality pet foods aim to support your pet’s digestive and immune systems, aiding in a healthier life and better breath.

 

Bad breath in pets is not normal. Don’t ignore bad breath; seek veterinarian attention as it’s always easier to treat a medical issue in the early stages, rather than giving the issue, and your dog’s breath, a chance to fester.

 

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Could Your Cat Be Diabetic?

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Diabetic Cat

Feline Diabetes, Prevention & Care

Author, Stacey Kalinnikova, BVetTech for Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

 

Overview

Diabetes mellitus is a hormonal disorder resulting from a deficiency of insulin.  Insulin originates from the pancreas and is involved in the regulation of glucose flow from the bloodstream to the body cells.  Glucose in the cells is required for energy and metabolism.  If the insulin in the body is insufficient, glucose will begin to build up in the bloodstream and the body will start to break down alternative energy sources such as fat and protein.

There are two types of diabetes mellitus in cats:

Type 1 – Occurs due to a lack of insulin, this type is uncommon in cats.

Type 2 – Occurs when the body cells lose the ability to respond to insulin.  As the disease progresses, the body will also develop a lack of insulin.

 

Causes

 The exact cause of diabetes mellitus in cats is unknown.  Predisposing factors include:

  • Obesity
  • Other hormonal disorders
  • Chronic pancreatitis
  • Prolonged use of certain medications such as corticosteroids or progestogens

 

Symptoms

 Common signs of feline diabetes include:

  • Increased thirst
  • Increased urination
  • Change in appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Poor hair coat
  • Lethargy
  • Weakness
  • Seizures
  • Frequent vomiting
  • Predisposition to secondary bacterial infections

 

Diagnosis

 Diagnosis of diabetes mellitus in cats is based on clinical signs, thorough physical examination, and laboratory testing.

Physical examination may reveal a change in weight, dehydration, poor hair coat, and the veterinarian may be able to palpate an enlarged liver and kidneys.  Other common diseases in cats can have similar clinical signs so additional testing is necessary.

Urinalysis (analysis of a urine sample) is performed to determine the presence of glucose and ketones in the urine.  Glycosuria (glucose in the urine) is an indication of diabetes, while ketonuria (ketones in the urine) will reveal ketoacidosis.  Blood tests will reveal high blood glucose levels (hyperglycaemia) indicative of diabetes.

While persistent hyperglycaemia and glycosuria indicates diabetes, a one off result could be a cat’s normal response to stress.  Therefore, it is often necessary to repeat blood and urine tests to confirm the diagnosis.

Additional blood tests can check the serum fructosamine level, which can reveal the average blood glucose levels over the past week.  A supplementary chemistry panel may show increased liver enzymes and high cholesterol, as well as a decrease in potassium, sodium, and phosphorus levels.

 

Treatment

Treatment of diabetes in cats generally involves a complementary approach between injectable insulin or oral hypoglycaemic medications and dietary management.

Injectable insulin

 An injection of insulin is administered subcutaneously (under the skin) once or twice daily.  The insulin dose required is determined by the veterinarian administering a dose in-clinic and performing a blood glucose curve to check the blood sugar response over a certain time period.

Injections can be given at home after demonstration of the correct technique by the veterinary team.  Insulin must be stored in the refrigerator and injections should be given on a strict schedule each day to avoid complications.

 Oral hypoglycaemic medications

 A small percentage of diabetic cats can be treated with oral hypoglycaemic medications that work to lower glucose levels in the blood.  Frequent glucose monitoring is required and many cats will still require injectable insulin in conjunction with oral medications.

 Dietary management

 Dietary management is an important complementary factor to medications.  It is first important to normalise the body weight of overweight cats, which is usually achieved with a reduced calorie diet.  A long-term dietary change for diabetic cats is often required in the form of specifically formulated veterinary diets that are low in carbohydrates or high in fiber with a complex carbohydrate ratio.

Food intake must be closely monitored with a strict feeding routine.  Diabetic cats should be fed half of their daily food intake at the same time as their insulin injections.  Depending on whether or not the cat eats at the given times, the veterinarian may wish to delay the injection.

 

Management & Monitoring

 Without ongoing management and monitoring at home, cats are at risk of developing hypoglycaemic episodes or life-threatening ketoacidosis.

Home management involves regular insulin injections, blood glucose monitoring, urine monitoring, body weight assessment, and close monitoring of appetite and drinking.

Insulin injections

Insulin must be given on a strict schedule as prescribed by the veterinarian.  It is important to adhere to regular feeding and injection times as skipping or delaying one dose can result in serious complications.

 Blood glucose and urine monitoring

Blood glucose can be tested at home to check levels for adequate response to insulin and feeding.  The glucometer requires a small drop of blood which is usually taken from the ear or paw pad.  Urine glucose monitoring can also be performed in the home, however is not ideal as the results are not as accurate as blood testing.

Diabetic cats require close monitoring and daily care.  It can be stressful for cats to be taken to a veterinary clinic or boarding facility each time owners go away on holiday.

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. provides an in-home service for the care of diabetic patients.  

Taking your cat to a boarding facility is highly stressful for cats and a diabetic cat that is stressed can influence your cat’s health.

Contact us when booking your next holiday and we will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have about leaving your diabetic cat at home while you are away.

 

Resources

 Helpful resources containing information for owners of diabetic cats include:

 

Handling, Storing & Administering Insulin to Cats

Link: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2130&aid=258

 

Hypoglycaemia Quick Reference – How to treat hypoglycaemia

Link: http://www.felinediabetes.com/hypo-emergency.htm

 

Glucose toxicity and hypoglycaemia

Link: http://www.vetsulin.com/vet/Cats_AboutDiabetes_Glucose.aspx

 

Cat Hospital of Chicago – Diabetes Mellitus in Cats Overview

Link: http://www.cathospitalofchicago.com/online-cat-health-library/diabetes-mellitus-in-cats

 

Blood Glucose Curves in the Diagnosis & Regulation of Diabetes in Cats

Link: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2130&aid=256

 

Glucose curve generator tool

Link: http://www.vetsulin.com/vet/Tools_GlucoseCurve.aspx

 

Diet as an Aid to Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats

Link: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2130&aid=198

 

How To Test Your Diabetic Cats Blood Sugar At Home (Video)

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zE12-4fVn8

 

How to Give Your Diabetic Cat an Insulin Injection (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeZgKLfIJn4

 

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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What to Expect as Your Cat Ages

I am never getting old, I promise

I am never getting old, I promise

.

What to

Expect

as Your

Cat Ages

.

Author, Darlene Wagner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

 

 

Your favorite feline will be an official senior citizen once he turns 10 years old. Sure, as with humans, kitty ailments are more of a concern as they age, but these days, with proper care and advancements in veterinary medicine, cats are living into their late teens and even early 20s. So there’s no need to panic if your purr-fect pal is getting older, but it IS time to start taking steps to insure he stays as happy and healthy as possible throughout his senior years.

 

The Pre-Teen Years

By the time most felines turn 10, behavioral changes become more noticeable. Your cat has likely slowed down a bit; you may notice your cat isn’t jumping up onto high surfaces as much, or he’s no longer climbing to the uppermost perch on the cat tree. He may be more easily stressed if his daily routine is changed, or something new is added to his environment. Or perhaps he doesn’t run out to greet you when you get home, as he once did. And how about his increased vocabulary? What’s up with that?

Older cats can suffer from many of the same health challenges older people face, including arthritis, thyroid issues, diabetes, and kidney disease, making it of the utmost importance to schedule twice-yearly wellness visits with your veterinarian. The sooner a change in your kitty’s health is identified and addressed, the easier it will be to resolve or manage the problem.

When visiting your vet, mention any and all behavioral changes you’ve noticed in your cat, no matter how minor they may seem, as these can provide important clues about health problems that may be brewing under the surface. It’s also important for you and your vet to keep regular tabs on your cat’s weight, to assure he isn’t gaining or shrinking over time.

 

The Teenage Years

From 13 to 15 years of age, most cats are moving quite a bit slower than they once did, many experience at least some vision and hearing loss, and may also have less tolerance for cold temperatures. Teenage cats can develop age-related dementia, making small changes in their environment or routine increasingly stressful and confusing.

 

Along with increased napping and less activity, you may notice your typically friendly feline become a bit cranky and easily irritated. If your household includes young children and/or a frisky canine, everyone should learn to approach kitty in a quiet, non-aggressive manner. Have a multi-pet household? It’s important to keep your younger pets from bullying your aging cat, as they may sense a change in the natural pecking order and become more aggressive toward him.

Does it seem like your cuddly companion prefers spending more time alone? This is normal behavior for an aging feline. Enhance his feelings of safety and security by making his favorite hideout a warm, comfy little retreat. But keep in mind, older cats still need to interact with their human family regularly. Engage him in gentle play, an ear scratching session, some lap time, or a bit of brushing or combing.

Continue with twice-yearly veterinary checkups as they are essential in order to safeguard your teenager’s health. Your vet will perform a geriatric workup, including a physical exam with blood, urine, and stool sample tests. The results of these tests will provide a snapshot of how well your cat’s organs are functioning, and point to any potential problems. Have your vet check the condition of your kitty’s coat and skin, his footpads and nails, and his teeth and gums as well.

 

Sweet 16 and Up

First off, if you’re lucky enough to share your life with a cat of 16 years or more – congratulations! You’ve done a great job!

Now, it’s reasonable to compare your 16 year-old feline to an 80-year-old human. He’ll move and think more slowly, and may have an assortment of age-related health challenges. He’s likely not as alert or responsive as he once was, and maybe even seems confused at times. Even if he’s still in good health, chances are he’s sleeping more, interacting less, has reduced his grooming time, is vocalizing more, and maybe even having accidents outside his litter box.

As long as you keep bi-annual vet visits and look out for significant or sudden changes in your senior’s health and/or behavior (such as changes in appetite or potty habits, aggressive behavior, mental confusion, etc.), there’s no need to worry. Ensure he is comfortable, secure and relaxed by having a consistent daily routine and providing him with a quiet, cozy retreat with bedding and a toy or two.

Interested in ways you can help your favorite feline through his senior years? Read our accompanying blog entitled “Tips for Helping Your Senior Cat Age Gracefully and Comfortably.”

 

 

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Are You & Your Home Ready for a Cat

Are you ready for a cat? Professional Pet Sitting etc

Are you ready for a cat?
Professional Pet Sitting etc

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Are You Ready

to Welcome a

Cat into Your

Home and Life?

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   Author, Darlene Wagner for Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Having a cat (or two, or three…) in your life is a wonderful, rewarding experience. But, out of fairness to all parties concerned, it’s very important that you make sure a cat is a good fit for you and your household.

 

It’s widely accepted that our feline friends are less emotionally dependent than our canine companions, but they still require your attention, time, money, and a serious and long-term commitment. While they make wonderful companions, you need to be certain that by welcoming a cat into your home and your life, you’re going to be in it for the long haul. Start by considering the following:

 

Ask yourself, “Why Do I Want a Cat?”

 

  • For companionshipCats are very social creatures and they bring a lot of love into a home. If you fantasize about curling up on the sofa with a good book, and a kitty purring in your lap, a cat may be a welcome addition to your family.

 

  • For healthIt has been scientifically proven that living with a pet is good for you. It lowers blood pressure, encourages activity, and gives your life additional purpose. Obviously, the health benefits should not be the only reason you opt to open your home to a cat, but it is definitely an added benefit.

 

  • Out of impulseAvoid taking on the responsibility of any pet on a whim. It is a commitment that should always be taken seriously, and one for which you should be fully prepared.

 

  • For your child(ren)If your child has been begging and pleading for a cat, or you want to teach him to be more responsible, please reconsider. No matter how much your child pleads, or promised to take care of the furry family member, you will be the primary caregiver for any pet. If you yourself don’t want to be responsible, don’t get a cat.

 

  • Cats are easier than dogsSure, caring for a cat doesn’t require daily walks, playing fetch or regular bathing, and there are known for being more independent than dogs, but they need more attention and work than most people realize. Misinformation abounds about the necessary care for a cat ~ some people think they don’t need to be fed regularly because they are natural hunters, while others think regular wellness checks with the veterinarian aren’t necessary. If you’re considering welcoming a cat to you family because you think it will be easy, please reconsider.

 

Yes, there is a lot to consider before making the decision to share your life and home with a fabulous feline. It’s extremely important that you take the time to carefully consider whether or not a cat is a good fit for you, your family, and your lifestyle. Too many cats wind up in shelters because their former parents just weren’t ready to have them in the first place.

 

 

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About the Owner and Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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Flea Prevention in Cats

Itchy, I'm so itchy !!

Itchy, I’m so itchy !!

Fleas,

Ticks

and

Cats 

Author, Noelle Dunn of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

 

 

The perfect setting for fleas and ticks to breed is the cozy, warm coat of cats. These nasty bugs feed on your pet’s blood and can cause a variety of health issues. There are steps you can take to keep them away from your furry friend.

 

Fleas and ticks usually attack together but are very different. A flea is considered an insect and has 6 legs. They cannot fly, but can jump a great distance. Ticks are related to spiders. They are tiny and have 8 legs. There are some other differences; fleas live about 100 days or so, while ticks can live a few weeks up to 3 years. Fleas will lay 20-40 eggs a day for up to several weeks. A tick can lay thousands of eggs at once. It is most common for fleas to dominate during warmer months but a tick thrives in both hot and cold climates.

 

If your cat has fleas and ticks you will notice persistent scratching. You should check your cat’s fur, focusing on the head, neck area, tail and feet.

Some signs your cat may have fleas and ticks:

 

Itching

Gnawing and licking

Hair Loss

Tapeworms

Pale lips or gums

 

The most common way animals contract fleas is from being outdoors. It only takes one flea or tick to be infected. Fleas can fall off their host animal onto the rug, furniture, and bedding.

 

You can keep your home flea and tick free by doing the following: clean rugs and upholstery often and the areas where your pet sleeps and eats. You should wash your pets bedding regularly. You can use an indoor fogger to kill fleas and ticks. For more severe cases, you may have to consult an exterminator. As you clean, focus on dark areas where fleas and ticks like to hide.

 

If you are going to treat your yard, keep in mind these bugs migrate to the dark, damp, shady spots. Always read directions thoroughly and repeat if necessary. Before treatment, pick up any leaves, loose branches or anything you don’t want to be affected by the chemicals.

 

You can prevent the spread of fleas and ticks by regular checkups and vaccinations. Cats are highly sensitive to insecticides. Some products that are intended for dogs should absolutely not be used around felines.  Check all labels before you buy. To be safe, you should consult with your veterinarian for the best methods of flea and tick prevention.

 

 

 

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Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

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Why Your Pets Hate Back to School Season

Where is Everyone? I am so lonely.... Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Where is Everyone? I am so lonely….
Professional Pet Sitting Etc

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It is that time

of the year again –

Back to School

Time

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Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

We are all excited (well maybe most parents are) but this is the time of year our pets DREAD.

Why?…….

Because Then every one is GONE……

Not only is every one gone but they are gone all day, EVERY DAY.  No one to play with.  No one to let dogs out for bathroom time.  No kitty fun time chasing balls or jumping for feathers.  No dog walks or playing ball.

What is a pet to do……

  • Get into trouble, uh oh
  • Get depressed…..awwwww

What is a pet parent to do…..

  • Feel Guilty……
  • Or find a solution !!!

WE ARE YOUR SOLUTION !!

We can help.  We Solve your pet care problems, leaving you guilt free since 1990 !!

You gave them ONE on ONE attention all summer long, now we can continue that ONE on ONE attention, making your pets VERY Happy and we will help to melt away your guilt.

  • No need to bring them any where
  • No need to worry about picking up at a certain time
  • No need to worry about another dog fighting your pup
  • No need to worry that your pup will be lost in a sea of pup chaos totaling 20, 30 or more
  • No need to worry about kitties spending their whole life practically alone
  • No need to worry about your elderly pet

Sign up now for our Mid Day Let Out, Dog Walking or Feline Fun Time Service.

  • You can sign up for 1, 2, 3, or 4 times per week OR
  • We can come in every Monday – Friday for your canines or felines for  the entire school year from September 1 – June 30 or go for a full year, this will be our discounted plans.

 

For the Canines –

We will come to your home, take them out for a bathroom break and the rest of the time we will take them for a walk, play ball, get belly rubs and lots of ONE on ONE attention and cookies !!!

 

For the Felines –

We will come to your home, scoop the litterbox and then and the rest of the time we will play with them with their favorite toy, give them lots of loving, brushing and ONE on ONE attention.

Yawn...I am bored, no one to play with me. Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Yawn…I am bored, no one to play with me.
Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Our service will help your pet alleviate their boredom being alone every day while everyone is at school and work.

Our service will give clean litter boxes daily for your kitties (and help you because we know you are busy)

Our service will give much needed bathroom breaks during those long periods of the day.

AND our service will take away your guilt by giving your pets the Ultimate Gift of Love !!

 

Want to sign up TODAY for

Feline Fun Time or Mid Day Let Out/Dog Walking?

New to us?

Click here and let us know by filling out a little about you and your pets – New Client & Information

Already a client – Just send me an email at profpetsit@aol.com 

 

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Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990. It is an AWARD WINNING business, having been awarded the 2015 Best Pet Sitting , 2015 Best Dog Walker, Business of the Year Awards in 1996, 1997, 2006 and 2010.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB, A rating with Angie’s List and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click Here for Professional Pet Sitting Etc Reviews, Testimonial and Awards

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Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

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Is a Raw Diet Right for Your Pet

Is a Raw Pet Food Diet Right for Your Pet

Is a Raw Pet Food Diet Right for Your Pet.

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Should I

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Feed My

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Dog/Cat

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a Raw Diet?

Author,  Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

As the New Year rolled around, you might have made some health and wellness resolutions for yourself as well as the two-legged members of your family.  Diet and exercise is a top concern for many people this time of year but what about the four-legged members of your family – particularly, your dog or cat?  Have you set some resolutions for your pet companions?  If not, you just might want to consider taking a close look at what you are feeding your pet.  The Raw Pet Food diet is becoming increasingly more popular, especially as we humans learn more and more about the health benefits.  Read on to learn more. 

Always research everything thoroughly and speak with your veterinarian to make sure this would be a good alternative for your pet.  Pets with food allergies have done very well on raw diets, as well as other health related problems.  Felines need specific ingredients to keep them healthy, more so that your canine. 

What’s in a raw food diet, anyway? It may consist of –

  • Fruit
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Vegetables
  • Muscle meat
  • Whole or ground bones
  • Organ meat
  • Supplements

Why should I consider feeding a raw diet?

First and foremost, a raw diet allows you, as your pet’s protector and advocate, to have complete control. What do I mean?  Well, with a raw food diet, you will know exactly what you are putting in your pet’s bowl.  With commercial foods, there are so many different ingredients and additives that it’s not uncommon to become completely confused as to what you really feeding your pet.  If your pet becomes ill or has a reaction of some sort, it can be very hard to really pin-point the problem because you don’t’ really know what you are feeding. 

Second of all, some commercial foods may not be the healthiest option.  Why?  Well, some of these products have cheap fillers like rice by-products, corn, and animal by products.  Not to mention the salt.  These cheap fillers and additives can lead to major health problems! Heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, tartar build up…you get the idea?

Finally, a raw diet can promote health and general well-being. Just like their human counterparts, all pets need to eat a well-balance diet.  Think – food groups.  A raw diet leads to a nice shiny coat, strong bones, and lean muscle.  These are all things you would want for yourself, right?  Your pet should be no different. 

Whether you choose a raw diet for your pet or not, you should always be educated about the product you are feeding.  A good diet will lead to a long, healthy lifestyle, which we all want for our pets.  The added bonus will be less money out of pocket to your vet. 

 

About the Owner/Author

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

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What are the Benefits of Overnight Pet Care

Gus Bennett, cat under covers

Gus Bennett – Nap Time!!

What are the Benefits of Overnight Pet Care?

 

Author, Noelle Dunn, for Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Finding the perfect place for your pet’s care when you have to go out of town is a very stressful thing for many pet owners. Quite often people postpone trips and time away from home for the sheer fact they don’t want their pet to suffer or be uncomfortable. These days your options are unlimited, when it comes to pet care. While there are many options there is one that can’t be beat. In home, overnight pet care is the best. Here are a few of the reasons why you need to consider overnight pet sitting as an alternative to other care services such as kennels or group boarding facilities.

– Routines won’t change. Most pets love their routine. It’s comfortable and a known. Mealtime, playtime and walks. Hugs and love to boot. Sticking to these schedules makes your pet feel comfortable. Your being away from them is stressor enough. Deviate from a routine and it can stress your pet even more.

– Home Sweet Home. Your pet would much prefer being home in their environment. Sights, sounds and smells of home keep the pets feeling secure. Your pet can sleep in their own bed, play with their own toys and pitter patter around without the nuisance of being locked up in a room full of cages with other animals. Taking your pet elsewhere for care while you’re away can further stress them which can lead to stress related illnesses. 

– Security – For your pet as well as your home. Seeking out home care for your pet is an excellent security system. Keep your home and your pet safe with someone staying there over night, someone will to turn on lights, make a presence known and keep your pooch company. It keeps your pet safe from danger and prevents possible vandalism and break-ins while you’re away because your home doesn’t look vacant.  Not only that, if a pipe bursts or some other at home problem occurs, your pet sitter can notify someone of the matter, possibly saving you thousands of dollars.

– Illness. As mentioned earlier being separated from your pet can stress them out. Stress can lead to illness. Additionally taking your pet to stay at a daycare/kennel, where many other dogs are and their stress levels rise, they can catch colds or illnesses spread by other dogs. Diseases can be spread in kennel environments. It’s not worth the risk.

Avoid the stress for you and your pet, and Leave knowing your pet will be home, safe and sound. Look for a Professional Pet Care Provider. Research a few businesses before you make a decision. Check out their website, make sure the owner’s history is on there, read articles, look for experience and expertise.  Read our other articles on what to look for in a pet sitter to help keep you and your pets safe.

Happy pet owning !!

 

 

 

About the Owner/Author

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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January Pet Care Tips

Sandy for Professional Pet Sitting Etc

Sandy for Professional Pet Sitting Etc

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January

and

Winter

Pet Care Tips

From

A NH

Pet Care 

Professional

Author, Dorinne Whynott, Owner of Professional Pet Sitting Etc.

Having been in the animal field most of my life, working in animal welfare, animal rescue,

Animal Hospitals and now in the Largest NH Pet Sitting Company, I have put together a few

Pet Care Tips for every month, here is the Month of January.

Update Calendar

As you flip over to the new year.  Put reminders when your pet’s Veterinary Visit is due.  Include Annual physical, vaccines and Heartworm check (for dogs).  Do not forget to check their teeth.  Dental health should be checked annually.

Keep Pets Inside

Rule to keep in mind – if it is cold out for you, it is cold out for a pet.  If they are to be outside for any length of time, Please make sure that they have a full shelter to get out of the cold, rain, snow and wind.  They can freeze and get frostbite just as we can.  

Check your car/truck’s engine before starting

Many Cats, wildlife and other animals may try to keep warm inside a vehicle. Engines are nice and warm right after you come home and park.  Sometimes clapping your hands and speaking loudly may scare an animal away.  If you can, open your hood and inspect the inside before starting.  

Increase the calories

If your pet will be spending alot of time outside, you may want to increase food.  Keeping warm takes added energy.  

Keep Pets away from any puddles

Puddles may contain antifreeze.  It is lethal to pets and humans.  Animals can be attracted to it because it is sweet.  Clean thoroughly if you spill.  

Check paws

Check paws daily for chapped and cracked paw pads.  Use Bag Balm to keep soft.

Use a Sweater

Short coated dogs may get cold very fast.  Consider buying a coat or sweater to help.  Boots may be hard for them to get used to but may also be a good idea. 

Wipe Paws

Wipe paws, feet and legs after each walk.  They may pick up deicers, salt, antifreeze or other chemicals while walking.  You would want to clean that off before your pet has time to lick off. 

Avoid all Ice on Lakes/Ponds

Unless your know for SURE that the ice is completely solid and 6 or more inches thick with temperatures below freezing consistently for at least 3 or more weeks, do not even chance your life or your pets life.  

Be Prepared

Be Prepared for severe weather, blizzards & power outages.  Have a plan in place that includes pets if you must leave your home.  Never leave your pets, even if people say you will be back in a little while, too many times, something happens and that little while may be a day or longer.  Also have extra food and water for you and your pets.  Check out our Disaster Planning for You and Your pets for more Helpful ideas.  

Help Your Neighborhood Stray

Help any cats or dogs that may be abandoned in your neighborhood.  Many pets are left behind with owners hoping some kind person will take them in.  Or that abandoned female cat, has kittens and now there are feral kittens in the neighborhood.  If you can contact organizations to help trap them, they can help the animals find homes.  If feral, there are organizations that will trap them, make sure they are healthy, spay and neuter them and find barn homes for them or if you will help feed and make them a shelter, they can be returned to live out their life without having more kittens.  

Speak Out if you see a Pet in the Cold

If you see a pet consistently kept out in the cold, rain, snow.  Say something to your local animal control.  Document everything you see, dates, times, if you see anyone giving fresh water or food.  It could mean life or death to that pet.

Protect Horses Too

Horses and other livestock need shelter as well.  They need to be able to get out of the cold, rain, snow and wind.  To keep warm, they also need extra food.  Water needs to be checked often so that it is not frozen.  

Make February Reservations Now

If you have any FEBRUARY dates you will be away, especially for the February School vacation, please make your reservations NOW to ensure availability. 

 

If you adopt a puppy or dog this month

CONGRATULATIONS !!  Register online ASAP to set up Dog Walking/Mid Day Let Out so they have a break while you are at work and you will be ready when you may need a pet care visit anytime in the future.

 

If you adopt a kitten or cat this month

CONGRATULATIONS !!  Register online ASAP to set up Feline Fun Time, we can take care of the litter box and give then one on one attention while you are at work, plus you will be ready when you may need a pet care visit anytime in the future.

 

 

 

About the Owner/Author

Dorinne Whynott, is a long time animal professional.  She is a successful business owner establishing one of the largest pet sitting companies in New Hampshire since 1990. Click to Read her complete History. 

Professional Pet Sitting Etc. is a leading business in the pet care field and continues to grow since 1990.  It boasts 30+ amazing pet sitters on staff, over 3000 clients in 38 cities from Nashua to Concord, NH.  Hundreds of satisfied client testimonials can be found on their website and more 5 star reviews on their Facebook pageGoogle+ page and more.  They have sustained an A+ rating with the BBB and are unmatched in the Pet Sitting Industry in New Hampshire.

Click For a Complete List of all of our educational Blogs

Go to Professional Pet Sitting Etc. Website for more information on the best pet sitting company or click on New Client to contact us or register for dog walking or pet care.

Contact us by phone at 603-888-8088

Email Profpetsit@aol.com

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