Disaster Readiness for Your Pets

The past week and a half of natural disasters have more than proved that September is National Disaster Preparedness Month.  The citizens of east Texas and Louisiana are still bailing out after Hurricane Harvey, and we have Hurricane Irma heading towards Florida.  And September isn’t even in double digits yet…   Most of us are…

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Why don’t you board dogs at your house?

It certainly seems like it would be a terrific idea for me to keep my clients’ dogs in my home.  In reality, your own home is the best place for your pet to be while you are on vacation. Caring for your pet in your home is the safest option for your pet. Consider that…

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Service Dogs

Service dogs have a long and important history helping people with disabilities. There is extensive confusion about service dogs and service dog terminology. Service Dogs: Service animals are defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. These dogs typically go through 18-24 months of training. They are trained specific behaviors to assist people that have disabilities….

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Pet sitter Professional vs. Hobbyist?

  Sometimes you wonder if paying extra is worth it; should you go with the brand name or the store brand, the high end tag or a knock off?  And yes, sometimes it is worth it to cut corners, but when it comes to your loved ones you want to make sure they have the…

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Disc Dog 101

  For Critter Concierge’s inaugural blog post, I am re-posting a Frisbee training method written by my husband, Kevin Robair, in 1996 during his time as the vice president of the National Capitol Air Canines (NCAC), which was the DMV’s premiere Disc Dog Club at that time. Neither Kevin Robair nor I are certified dog…

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Brand new website for Critter Concierge LLC

We are happy to announce our brand new website!

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