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Pet Sitting Services In Mansfield




Pet Sitting Services


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Pet Sitting Services services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Appleseed Valley Veterinary Hospital - Mansfield, OH - Phone: (419) 884-1074


Business Listing   The Pet Nanny - Mansfield, OH - Phone: (419) 775-0002


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Helpful Definition for: Pet Sitting Services

Pet sitters are often licensed and insured for liability including care, custody, and control of the pets in their care. Pet sitters usually have training, such as pet first aid certification, animal husbandry classes, or pet sitting authorization. A number of professional organizations exist to help pet sitters improve their services in Mansfield.

Disabled clients and the elderly often hire pet sitters to exercise and care for their pets if they are unable to do so like taking them for a walk or exercising them. Pet sitters are generally not protected from injury to themselves by regular pet sitting liability coverage. In Mansfield pet sitter services liability insurance usually covers injury to other people and other pets.








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