Cats Walking Services are available during all visits, time and weather permitting. Cats need exercise to maintain their weight, overall wellbeing and a healthy attitude. Consistent walking is a great way to help combat malaise in cats and provide for kitten socialization and harness and leash training exercises.
Most cats like to go outside. But letting a cat free roam can be very dangerous for a variety of reasons. Cats should only have access to the outdoors in a protected area. Like dogs, most cats, with patience can be trained to walk with a harness and leash. Once they get use to the experience they look forward to it whole heartedly.
When weather is extreme walks may be cancelled and replaced with other forms of playtime. Walks are kept to a short duration in the summer and winter months to avoid any serious temperature related injuries such as heat stroke, falls, or frost bite. In the summer months the temperature and the availability of shade and grass opposed to no shade and only sidewalks and pavement for walking help to determine if the walk is a go or not. The age, size, breed, and overall health of the cat are also considered.
Upon conclusion of all visits the pet sitter will send a text message or email advising the pet parent that the service is complete and advise the pet’s state of being, upon their departure.
Alliance Pet Sitting Services believes in keeping it simple. Order service in lots of time and customize the service to best meet your needs; and we’ll do the rest.
Extended Visit; 40-45 Minutes / $21 per visit
Best for long walk, multiple pet homes, and pets with special diets or special needs.
Regular Visit; 25-30 Minutes / $19 per visit
The most popular choice; good for many multiple pet homes, supervised feedings, walks, play and leash training.
Dogs will require 2-4 Regular Visits per day. Most cats are best with 1 Regular Visit per day.
Value Visit; 15-20 Minutes / $17 per visit
Can be used as a quick turnout or potty break, quick litter box scoop, easy keeper, senior pet care, puppy or kitten socialization, or even a third feeding.