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3 FREE Walks for New Clients!

Headed Back to Work After “Quarantine”?

Things in Raleigh are finally (finally!) starting to get back to normal.  Places are opening up and people are starting to get back to work at their usual work places.  Unfortunately, alot of pets (mostly dogs) are quite stressed right now.  After being used to having company throughout the day for the past few months, everyone is gone again and they’re suddenly all alone.

This is where All Critters Petcare can help out.  We’ve been in business in the Raleigh area for almost 3 years, our specialty is coming by during the day while you’re at work to get your pup(s) out of the house to potty, get a little exercise and some middle of the day TLC.

In addition to mid-day (or, really any time of day) walks, we can also help out when you’re away from home for an extended period of time.  Whether it’s for overnight, a weekend, or 2+ weeks at a time, we can come by and look after your pets & check in on your home.

And, like our name suggests, we look after ALL critters!  Anything from dogs and cats to fish, turtles, birds & rabbits…and anything else too!

For your peace of mind and protection, we’re insured and bonded, our sitters are all background checked and during this stressful time we use best practices to try and minimize anyone’s exposure to Covid-19.  We’re 5-star rated on Google, Yelp and Facebook.

Become a new client today & receive THREE FREE WALKS (or visits)

For a very limited time (the next 72 hrs.), anyone that contacts us and schedule’s their free meet & greet will receive three free walks!  (after walks 1-4, walk 5 is free.  After walks 6-8, walks 9 & 10 are free).

Give us a call at 919-710-8709 or use the contact us form right on this page.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Tips for Finding a Lost Dog or Cat

Lost Dog Poster from local pet sitters in raleigh

As a pet owner, as well as a local pet sitter, I can’t think of anything more frightening than the thought of a lost cat or dog.  The fact is that 15% of pet owners report having lost a cat or dog sometime in the past 5 years.  Of those pets, about 93% of dogs and 74% of cats eventually find their way home safely.  Taking a few precautionary steps early on and also getting an immediate start once something happens can help to increase these odds.

An Ounce of Prevention

All dogs (& most cats) should have a collar with their name and contact information, either on a tag or printed on the buckle or stitched into the collar.  About 15% of found dogs were returned home just because of this very simple and inexpensive step.  Microchips are another very useful tool, but a dog (or cat) must be at a shelter or a veterinarian’s office in order to be scanned.  A collar with their name on it is the fastest way for someone to get in contact with you. [Read more…]