Dog Sitting in Reno, Nevada?
Doesn’t your dog deserve a second family that he remembers with well socialized, thoroughly vetted dog friends and a big Costco bed in front of a roaring fireplace in the winter and a shady green lawn in the summer?
Sitter Dogs are Left Alone 90% of the Day
Dog sitting seems to make perfect sense for many pet owners. Find a pet sitter, do a background investigation and make sure they are not a criminal, and give them the keys to your home. Most sitters will stop by for 2 visits, maybe three per day to check your dog, change the water, let them outside to relieve themselves or even take them for a walk. Pet sitter visit time is usually limited to 15 minutes because they have to get to the next pet on their daily visit roster.
Sitter Dogs are Left Alone 100% of the Night
Hiring a dog sitter does not change the fact that your dog is being left alone, unsupervised and probably experiencing separation anxiety with a stranger dropping in two to three times a day. Whoever thought that increasing the number of times a dog is left alone at home per day must have been trying to sell you a dog sitting service!
The good news: dog sitters seem like a great alternative to a chain link boarding kennel next to 50 other dogs in one of Reno’s ‘luxury’ dog boarding warehouses.
RenoTahoeDogs does not offer dog sitting for the following reasons:
- Dogs are social pack animals who do not prefer to be left alone multiple times a day visited occasionally by strangers
- Google: “dog dies in home fire” It happens every week somewhere in the USA.
- We wouldn’t want to give anyone access to our home while we are away
Your Best Solution:
- Google: RenoTahoeDogs Reviews
✔ No Dog Warehouses ✔ No Side by Side Kennels ✔ No Cages ✔ No Crates ✔ No Overcrowding ✔ No Canine Infectious Diseases ✔ No Aggressive Breeds