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Welcome to the Vero Beach Pet Sitter's Blog
Welcome to the Vero Beach Pet Sitter's Blog

Hi my name is Cindy and I'm the owner operator of Vero Beach Pet Sitters!  I occasionally post topics of interest for pets and their owners in Vero Beach Florida.

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Monday, November 05 2018

Dog Gets SO Excited To Go Hiking In Her Wheelchair | The look on this dog's face when she gets to go hiking just like any other dog. You can keep up with Noodle and all of his adventures on Instagram, noodsterscootster:

Posted by: Cindy - Vero Beach Pet Sitters AT 08:32 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Monday, November 05 2018

Whistle the Pet Tracker 


Protect your pet with Whistle tracking. Don't let your pet become a statistic.

Whistle 3 uses smart technology to track your pet’s location and activity. You’ll know more about your pet—and more about what they need—for a longer, happier life together.

Simply attach to your pet’s collar — you’ll be able to locate them in minutes and track their daily activity on your phone.

  • Track your pet nationwide on the AT&T cellular network
  • Location alerts by email, app and text
  • Activity & rest monitoring
  • Shock resistant & waterproof (IPX7)
Posted by: Cindy - Vero Beach Pet Sitters AT 04:57 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Sunday, November 04 2018
Protect your pet with the City of Vero Beach Police's pet tag registration program

From Treasure Coast dot com:

They find many dogs  on the streets of the city every week without a collar or any identifying tags.  VBPD Animal Control Unit is initiating this program in an effort to reunite  local pet owners with  their furry friends.


Go by the police department Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm, or request the Animal Control officer to respond to your residence for pet registration. You will be asked to fill out a short easy form with all your pertinent information. They will issue your pet a tag! Any pet can be registered – dogs, cats, ferrets, you name it!

Should your pet ever get lost, they will be matched up to you when located by calling the Humane Society and providing their unique registration number on the tag.

This can work in conjunction with, or in place of the micro-chip. This program is FREE of charge!

Their mission is to reunite you with your pet as quickly and efficiently as possible. So call VBPD at 772-978-4600 and come on by to participate in this great service!

Visit their page for more services offered to residents:

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Sunday, November 04 2018
Pet Friendly Activities & Restaurants in Vero Beach, FL

From Bring Fido:

From TC Palm:

Posted by: Cindy - Vero Beach Pet Sitters AT 06:33 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Thursday, November 01 2018
 ALL dogs love dog walks - even seniors!

My motto at Vero Beach Pet Sitters: "Birds fly, fish swim and dogs walk!"...Cesar Millan

It's a primal activity.

The greatest give you can give your dog is a DOG WALK. Not junk food!

The primary sense a dog relies on is NOSE. Scent. Sniffing. Not seeing. Not hearing. 

Dog walking is love. 

Senior dogs and handicapped dogs need love, too! 

Contact Cindy to arrange dog walking in Vero Beach, FL. for your best friend!

Posted by: Cindy - Vero Beach Pet Sitters AT 09:16 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Thursday, November 01 2018
Hey Vero Beach! Here's 6 tips for mastering the dog walk!

Dog walking in Vero Beach is popular! I work in all the neighborhoods and see an abundance of dogs walking their people. (lol). 

My motto at Vero Beach Pet Sitters: "Birds fly, fish swim and dogs walk!"

All dogs love walking. It's what they do. :) If you need help offering your dog enrichment with dog walks, just contact Cindy on 772-226-0738 for a demonstration on techniques to make your experience more fun or to schedule dog walks as a gift to your best friend! 

Here are some tips from Cesar Millan, the king of dog walks. Start with getting rid of your retractable leash! Your dog can't feel your energy on it and thinks he's free to sniff and wander aimlessly instead of getting his head in the game and WALKING which helps release pent up energy being stuck behind four walls all day. 

It starts before you leave the house. YOU lead your dog out the door not the other way around! Until your dog can drive a car or write a check he needs YOU to be the leader. Putting it on him is too much responsibility! 

Six Tips For Mastering The Dog Walk

By Cesar Millan

Here are six dog training tips on how to walk your dog and master the dog walk. When I’m out with my dog pack, I often walk about ten dogs at a time, sometimes even off-leash if I'm in a safe area. People are amazed by this, but it's simple: the dogs see me as their pack leader. This is why dogs follow me wherever I go.

1. Walk in front of your dog.

Walking in front of your dog allows you to be seen as the pack leader. Conversely, if your dog controls you on the walk, he’s the pack leader. You should be the first one out the door and the first one in. Your dog should be beside or behind you during the walk.

2. Use a short dog leash.

This allows you to have more control. Attaching the leash to the very top of the neck can help you more easily communicate, guide, and correct your dog. If you need additional help, consider the Pack Leader Collar. Always keep your dog's safety in mind when giving corrections.

Related: Top 5 dog walking problems solved!

3. Give yourself enough time for the dog walk.

Dogs, like humans, are diurnal, so taking walks in the morning is ideal. I recommend setting aside thirty minutes to a full hour. The specific needs of each dog differ. Consult your vet and keep an eye on your dog's behavior to see if his needs are being met.

4. How to reward your dog during the walk.

After your dog has maintained the proper state of mind, reward him by allowing him to relieve himself and sniff around. Then you need to decide when reward time is over. It should always be less than the time spent focused on the walk.

5. Keep leading, even after the walk.

When you get home, don't stop leading. Have your dog wait patiently while you put away his leash or take off your shoes.

6. Reward your dog after the walk.

By providing a meal after the walk, you have allowed your dog to "work" for food and water.

And don’t forget to set a good example by always picking up after your dog!

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