This is a story that has been circulating for years. Why? Because it happens every damn year, that’s why. Vegans picking carnivorous pets and trying to raise them on a … Continue reading Ethics, Nutrition, and Not Killing Your Pets
On Facebook today, a very wise (and suddenly wiser today) friend of mine posted about a recent burglary at her place while she was traveling. She had someone come in … Continue reading Signs of Security: Practical Considerations for Pet-Sitters
Not Seasonal Affective Disorder, that deprived-of-light-and-will-to-live feeling so common on the raincoast of North America. This is the Speech Articulating Device, and it bridges the gap between human and canine … Continue reading It’s S.A.D.
“Pacer is my hero,” said Roberts, who plans to return to trail-running as soon as possible. “He’ll put a chase on a bear or a moose to allow me to … Continue reading Who’s a good boy? PACER!
No, I mean MY gap, ie the time between my last gig, which ended January 13, and my next gig, which begins February 16. I’ve got, and you will know … Continue reading The Gap: nothing to do with reasonably-priced casual wear
The holiday bookings have begun, so it’s time to start thinking about your holiday plans and your pet’s plans as well. I’m booked in Vancouver up to and including November 7, but after that I’m available for pet- and house-sitting on Vancouver Island, in Vancouver, the Okanagan, Powell River, and other locations, depending on transportation costs.
If you’re going to be away a number of weeks, the sooner you make arrangements for pet care and home security, the better. You can reach me through the Contact Form here, or Lorraine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that’s what I call practical!