Solve all your key problems

Problems with your key and getting in your home is one of the biggest problems for professional pet sitters. Follow these tips and key issues will vanish!
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Spring Cleaning

Our companion dog and cats appreciate spring cleaning, but chances are they aren’t going to do much on their own. Here’s how to keep our shared spaces in tip-top shape!

Replace Filters

There are a number of filters in your home that trap and capture microscopic particles including bacteria, pollen and mold. When dirty, Read more

Happy Love Your Pet Day!

To celebrate our love of furry family members on National Love Your Pet Day, we’ve got some recipes and activities to help us revel in our unconditional love of pets.

Time Together

Whether your dog loves cuddling on the couch, or fetching a tennis ball for hours Read more

How we handle dog walking cancellations

Our cancellation policy varies slightly for your dog walking and other services. Read the what and why about our dog walking cancellation policy below!  Read more

Surviving the chills and ills of wintertime

Dogs still need to go out, even when Jack Frost is nipping at your nose. What about the salt and his paws? Is it nipping at toes? What if she licks the salt? Is the road or frozen yard too cold on his paws? Do not fret pet lovers!

Saving Grace Petcare has done the legwork for you (get it, leg work? Because we walk dogs, *wink*). Here’s the info you need to let Bebe enjoy her snowtrek safely Read more

How cold is too cold?

With the cold snap, you may be asking how cold is too cold for a dog walk. We have answers!

Taking proper precautions such as a putting a coat on your dog and limiting time outside lessens the likelihood of hypothermia and other cold-weather dangers.

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How much should your dog walk really cost?

You should never overpay for any service, dog walks included. But how much should you be paying? And why?
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When your dog walker says goodbye…

We know it’s hard to see your favorite dog walker or pet sitter leave.

When a team member lets us know they’ll be leaving, we’re sad. At the same time, we’re excited about their next adventure and glad that we were able to spend time with them. You and your pets are special–we remember all the sloppy kisses, head bunts and paw shakes and they stamp a forever impression on our hearts.

After almost 20 years working with amazing pet sitters and dog walkers, here’s what we’ve found. Read more

What makes a good dog walker?

Being a dog walker can be a lot of fun, especially in good weather. But despite the weather, there are a few characteristics that the best dog walkers share – rain or shine.

Adaptable

On any average day, many things will happen: schedules will change, accidents will occur, construction will make a few dogs fret. The best dog walker starts with a schedule and a plan, builds in cushions and takes changes calmly and in stride.

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Seven things to know about your petsitter and keys

Here are some best practices for keys that we’ve learned after almost 20 years of service.

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