What’s Your Plan B?
These are busy times that we live in today aren’t they? Our lives are filled with things to do, from taking care of the house and shopping and working to taking the children to school and keeping them entertained during holidays and weekends. Add to that walking the family dog, taking him to the vet, buying his food, etc. Life seems like a non-stop whirlwind of activity.
But what would happen if you were to suddenly fall ill or, even worse, have to go into hospital? Suddenly your well ordered world falls apart and you need to delegate everything to other people. Some tasks are fairly easy to farm out but one thing which can be a little more difficult is – who will take care of the dog?
Family and Friends?
When I sit and think about it I have to conclude, like lots of other people, that if the worst was to happen and I had to go into hospital for any length of time, I would quickly need a plan B.
Illness can strike at any time and without notice, leaving you struggling to cope. If you are lucky family and friends will rally round to help you with day to day tasks like taking care of the house, making sure the fridge is filled and getting the kids to school. But sometimes it may be too much to ask them to look after the dog as well. As much as you adore your pooch your nearest and dearest may not relish the thought of taking care of him, or there may be other reasons why they simply cannot.
Emergency Pet-sitter to the Rescue!
Here at Finchley dog walker I know just how anxious you can be not knowing if your beloved dog is being looked after or not. And the last thing you need when illness strikes is added worry and stress.
Why not let me take that worry away? I can make sure your dog gets his regular walks and mealtimes, which is good for keeping him calm. After all, dogs know when something isn’t quite right and can become stressed by a change of routine. If your house is empty while you’re in hospital I am happy to offer my house and pet sitting services to keep your house and your dog safe! That way you can get on with getting better safe in the knowledge that all is well at home.