Hello Dear Clients–
Grace Notes has been on a little summer hiatus but we wanted to check in with you, our valued current clients, and to welcome all of our new clients. We are so happy to have you all with us.
New Vet on the Hill Tracy and I recently stopped in to meet our newest Hill vet, Dr. Dan Teich, at District Veterinary Clinic across from Eastern Market. It’s a beautiful office! We immediately noticed the spacious waiting room and the comfortable exam rooms specifically designed to help your pet feel calm and at ease. Take a moment to pop down yourself and check it out. The friendly staff welcomes visitors and you can’t beat the location!
Cat Sitting Did you know that Saving Grace performs almost 700 cat sitting visits per month in the summer? We love our feline clients and have a team of true cat lovers eager to provide care for your pet while you are away. We are always looking for new “cat people” to join us. If you have a flexible schedule and a deep affection for finicky felines, we’d love to talk to you about becoming part of our staff. Shoot us an email if you think you might be a good fit.
New Software Transitioning to a new scheduling and billing system has been on our front burner for over a year and we’re just about there. We anticipate making the transition this fall. This is an much anticipated change for us and, though there will be inevitable bumps, we’re especially looking forward to the ease of use for clients, clearer invoicing, and more robust communication options which will allow three way messages among clients, sitters and managers. Stay tuned!
Labor Day It’s been a long, hot, rainy summer and it’s coming to a close. Saving Grace is CLOSED for mid-day dog walks on Monday, September 3rd. If you have pet sitting scheduled we will be there to care for your pets while you are enjoying some late summer relaxation. And, if you are still in need of pet care, we have a few cat sitting and boarding spots still available. Contact us about your scheduling needs now and cross one thing off your to-do list!
Enjoy these dog days. The Washington Post says weather bliss is about to descend on DC. Here’s hoping!