All of us might all want to spend 24hrs/7days a week with our parrots but eventually you have to get away. And who desires the hassle of taking your pet parrot to a pet boarding place and dropping them off within an often crazy and foreign place. You MAY not like it however your parrot DEFINITELY isn’t going to like it. Finding and by using a pet-sitter is the perfect solution to your problem. PetCloud dog sitters
Your bird gets to live in it’s own environment, eat its normal diet and it keeps them far from other potentially unwell animals at the local pet boarding place. Tests your pet-sitter gives you the piece of mind that you need while away and your pet bird will thank you for it. The process of picking the perfect bird pet-sitter should get started with a job interview at your house. Invite the pet-sitter over to discuss their company and charges. And stay prepared to ask the important questions. Below are some tips and questions to support you in finding and screen the perfect bird pet-sitter.
Do they have experience sitting for your type or kind of bird? As you know, a bird is not an always a fowl. Different birds require completely different diets, care and attention. Does the pet-sitter have experience of your type of bird or a similar bird? A good pet-sitter will have experience with sitting for a variety of birds.
Carry out they own pet fowl themselves? If possible, try to find someone who actually owns a chicken. Not owning a parrot shouldn’t immediately disqualify them but owning one is certainly an important. If they own one, they’ll be more likely to understand the care and maintenance required of birds. A good bird sitter will own their own fowl and have an in depth knowledge of their required attention.
Have they got good references AND can you call them? It is critical that you can check sources. ANYONE can call themselves a pet-sitter. And just because they have a site or a listing in the telephone book doesn’t make them a trusted, capable or a good pet-sitter. Avoid fall for the ‘testimonials’ posted on their web-site. Also ensure you talk to multiple reference. It’s easy to fake a couple of recommendations. Finally, make sure they are quality references such as actual clients (ofcourse not their mothers, brothers, and sisters) or local vets. A good pet-sitter will provide you a set of QUALITY references to recent and/or current clients AND their info.
Are they insured (in case of accidents) and bonded (in case of theft)? No one likes to think about something going wrong. Although it can happen so make sure you’re ready and make sure your pet-sitter is covered in case something does go wrong. Any professional pet-sitter should and will be bonded and insured.
What is their process? Pertaining to example, will they go out with the pet, will they visit more than once a day, will they visit early in the morning, late at nighttime etc. Are they adaptable, willing and able to fulfill your requirements. A good pet-sitter will be willing to do whatever you require and when you require.