Much as we might adore our pets, very often we are reminded that they are animal and not human. Sometimes, we need to train them to adjust to living in a human world. There are social rules and boundaries that need to be observed so you and those around your pets stay safe and comfortable. Behaviour that could be dangerous must be managed responsibly.
We look at life with a pet from their point of view as well as yours. This course helps you understand what’s behind actions, reactions and dispositions. We outline behaviour modification advice and training that respects your pets’ natural instincts and inherent natures. To lighten things up, we also include guidelines for tricks and games.
Pet sitting for worried owners
When busy lives mean owners need to spend long hours away from pets, they worry. They’re concerned about their needs not being met and about how lonely they might be without good company.
I know he needs more exercise…
Will he be lonely while I’m gone?
Is her anxiety at night due to stress of being alone?
Will she eat anything all day?
What if he knocks over his water dish and is thirsty?
Will her boredom lead to anything dangerous?
I feel so bad he’s not able to play more with other dogs
Offering to be the surrogate carer for much beloved pets puts people’s minds at ease and is a very rewarding career for you.
You can use your dog walking and pet sitting training as you travel. There are many opportunities now to offer a pet sitting service in exchange for accommodation, making it a wonderfully low cost way of exploring new places.
Taking care of lovable creatures is not only a fulfilling career, it gives owners peace of mind. Using the training in this course to do this job excellently is bound to get you many recommendations which will help grow your business. Start preparing for your new independent and rewarding career now.