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‘V.I.P.’ stands for ‘Very Important Pet’ at Sit ‘N Stay Pet Sitting


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With many pet service providers available, it can be hard to know who to choose. With that in mind, we asked Brittany Shelton of Sit ’n Stay Pet Sitting what makes her service unique.

“Well, I think it is a lot of small things that add up to a big difference,” Brittany said. “To begin with, each client’s visits are specifically tailored to their animal’s needs. I take into consideration temperament, energy level, dietary and health care requirements. I also spend extra time (at no charge) with new clients during the first couple visits to establish a relationship with the animal. This puts the pet at ease as they get to know my energy and smell.”

Like other dog walkers, Brittany does take groups of dogs together. However, unlike some others, each dog is specially vetted by Brittany to ensure that they will be compatible with each other based on behavior and socialization history.

“I never put a bunch of random dogs together and just go to a dog Park,” she explains. “I also only take a maximum of four dogs on these “field trips” because that is what I can reasonably handle and still offer protection, awareness, and dole out attention.”

Brittany plans destinations so that field trips are no further than 20 minutes away, and consist of both on and off-leash areas.

“We jog the Des Moines Creek Trail, enjoy the ferries at Alki Beach, explore Seahurst and Saltwater Park and play with other furkids at Grandview or Westcrest dog parks.”

Field trips are always posted on the website so you will always know where your furkid’s next adventure is. You can even request field trips to specific locations.

“I have a family of weinerdogs that go to Grandview every week,” Brittany added. “They love it!”

All daily walks are done on an individual basis (or same family) within your neighborhood.

You can even follow your pets on Instagram and Facebook @sitnstaypets, where Brittany often gives daily updates with photos and/or video.

Brittany eagerly shares the philosophy that inspires her to go above and beyond to provide great service.

“My client’s pets are an extension of my family and I’m so grateful they allow me to share a small part of their day.”

Occasionally, Brittany likes to surprise her extended “family” with freshly baked goodies or small memory gifts she has crafted as a “thank you.” “Treating them like family also means keeping an eye out for anything the parent should be aware of, such as a change in bowels, a cough, or weepy eye, for example.” Brittany said.

She is also CPR certified, grew up on a farm and spent many years as a certified veterinary technician. These additional qualifications set her service apart, and have inspired several of her clients to seek her expertise to guide them in times of health concern or even hospice care.

Last, but not least, Brittany prides herself on not leaving a trace that she was in someone’s home. “My clients always arrive to a home where the trash/recycle from my visits are emptied, floors swept, pet dishes cleaned and areas picked up.” she shares.

Don’t your “Very Important Pets” deserve the V.I.P. treatment? Call or click today to discover the difference you and your pet will appreciate:

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Sit ‘N Stay Pet Sitting, LLC
Serving Burien, Normandy Park, Des Moines, Kent, S. Seattle, and SeaTac

Phone: 206.370.0169

Website: http://www.wesittheystay.com

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