Book Holiday Services Now!
We repeat, don’t wait to book! The holiday season is Pet and Home Care’s busiest time of the year and our schedule fills up quickly. Reserve your spot now for in-home visits, boarding and more to ensure your pet will be taken care of while you’re away. Pet and Home Care is now taking bookings through the end of the year including Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
Schedule your services in advance and enter the holiday season with one less to-do on your list!
Enter Our Halloween Pet Costume Contest!
Is your cat dressing up as a purrrito or is your pup going as a sports rufferee? We want to see it! Enter Pet and Home Care’s Halloween Contest for a chance to win a FREE 30-minute visit. The winner will also be featured in our November newsletter as PHC’s Pet of the Month!
Dressing up your four-legged family member is fun and festive; though it is essential that your pet’s costume is comfortable and safe. Steer clear of costumes that restrict movement, breathing or vision, and the ability to bark, meow, or go potty. Be sure to put your pet’s costume on for a test run before the big night to check for the proper fit or discomfort, allergies, or abnormal behavior. If your pet’s costume passes the safety test, we want to see it!
To enter, tag @PetandHomeCare in your social post with photo by November 6!*
*Contest entry permitted only to Pet and Home Care Customers.
Keep Your Pet Safe On Halloween!
We all enjoy celebrating this spook-tacular holiday, yet Halloween can be dangerous for our boo-loved pets. Pet and Home Care has some helpful tips to keep your furry friends safe this Halloween. First, stash the treats! Chocolate is toxic to animals, and can be lethal in large doses. Keep an eye out for symptoms of chocolate poisoning. Sugar-free candies containing the artificial sweetener xylitol can also cause illness for pets. Additionally, it’s vital to keep pets confined and away from doors as dogs may become anxious or territorial from frequent and unfamiliar trick-or-treaters. Make sure to keep wires, decorations, electric cords and lit jack-o-lanterns out of reach. Click here to see PetMD’s Top 10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets.