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Signature Pet Boarding
Florida Pet Sitting offers private dog boarding for social doggies who need lots of attention. In a private, cage free, dog boarding residence, your pup has the luxury of staying in a home-away-from-home environment where they can have 24-hour attention and care. Most pet host families work from home, and so they are available to supervise & provide round-the-clock care. With private dog boarding, your dog’s schedule will be followed and his or her needs will be met. They will receive tons of attention, socialization, and exercise.
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All pets staying in the care of Florida Pet Sitting must have the following:
  • Completed and Signed Enrollment form ( One form per family)
  • Proof of current Vaccinations from your Vet ( please supply a copy for our files)
  • Appointment for Temperament Evaluationt ( please call for appointment 24 hours advance)
  • Dog needs to be social.
  • Pet(s) need to be on flea and tick control (please supply a copy for our files)
  • Some pet sitters require your pet to be spayed or neutered.

Prices

Large Dogs

  • Per Day - $50 (up to 75 pounds)  ($20 each addt'l)
  • Per Day - $55 (over 80 pounds)  ($25 each addt'l)

Small Dogs & Cats

  • Per Day - $45.00 (up to 25 pounds)  ($20 each addt'l)
  • Per Day - $35.00 Per CAT)  ($15 each addt'l)
** NO WEEKEND CHARGE
** $10 surcharge on HOLIDAYS.
** $5 surcharge for reservations with less than 24HR notice
** Some Discounts may apply for more than one pet for extended vacations stays.
** Pet boarding limited to some areas. 
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Helping the pet sitter and your pet
Of course, even the most trustworthy, experienced pet sitter will have trouble if you haven't also kept your end of the bargain. Here are your responsibilities:
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  • Leave clear instructions detailing specific pet-care responsibilities and emergency contact information, including how to reach you and your veterinarian.
  • Make reservations with your pet sitter early, especially during holidays.
  • Ensure your pet is well socialized and allows strangers to handle him.
  • Affix current identification tags to your pet's collar.
  • Maintain current vaccinations for your pet.
  • Leave pet food and supplies in one place.
  • Buy extra pet supplies in case you're away longer than planned.
  • Leave a key with a trustworthy neighbor as a backup, and give him and your pet sitter each other's phone numbers. Be sure those extra keys work before giving them out.
  • Show the pet sitter your home's important safety features such as the circuit breaker and security system.
Finally, have a safe and fun trip. And remember to bring your pet sitter's phone number in case your plans change-or you just want to find out how Fluffy and Fido are doing.
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