|Premier Pet Care Services
|Dog Walking Midday Visits Pet Sitting
Puppy/Senior Care Pet Waste Cleanup
Dogs need attention, regular exercise, mental stimulation, and social
interaction. Meeting these needs promotes good physical and mental
health. Busy work schedules, long commutes, after work commitments,
temporary or permanent physical limitations, and chaotic family schedules
can make it difficult for loving owners to fulfill all of their dog's needs
during the week.
The Benefits of Dog Walks and Midday Visits (for all pets)
Puppies: Daily midday visits help establish and maintain a housebreaking schedule.
Proper housebreaking requires a consistent schedule of bathroom breaks for your
puppy. Crate trained puppies need to get our every three to four hours for proper
training and socialization. Your dog walker makes daily visits while in your house
you are at work. Not only is your puppys schedule kept consistent but he/she will
also be socialized with someone other than the owner. PPCS will also reinforce
obedience skills you are working on with your pup.
Adult Dogs: Adult dogs need regular exercise to ensure good mental and physical
health. Owners who work long hours can depend on Premier Pet Care Services to
walk their dogs during the week when their time is the most limited. Crated dogs
are in particular need of a midday break. Crating a dog without sufficient exercise or
breaks can result in a hyperactive, under-socialized dog who is harder to live with
and train. PPCS often works with clients in weaning dogs from their crate.
Elderly Dogs: The elderly dog often needs more frequent bathroom breaks than
he/she needed as a younger dog. When older dogs have accidents they often
become distressed because they have been trained to go outside but just can not
"hold it" anymore. Adding to this, a frustrated owner may end up confining the older
dog. PPCS can make daily, afternoon visits to give the elderly dog his/her much
needed bathroom break. This keeps both dog and owner happy, and keeps carpets
Sick/Injured/Recuperating Pets: Designed for pet owners who have commitments
preventing them from being with their sick, injured or recuperating pet. The service
gives owners peace of mind that someone is checking in on their ailing pet and will
alert them if their pet is experiencing any distress or complications.
Service Areas: Canton, Plymouth
To schedule service call: (734) 620-4400
|" Where pets and their owners are more than clients....
they're part of our family."