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Are you looking for a pet sitter while you are away on family vacation or just a long weekend away? Are your kids busy with homework or after school activities and you need someone to walk the dog or pick up pet waste in the backyard?

Paternal Pet Care, LLC is owned and operated by Michael Lisby. I am a professional pet sitter that comes to your home to take care of your pets while you are away or busy at work. I am a member of PSI (Pet Sitters International). I am also insured and bonded and Pet CPR/First Aid certified.
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Why Use a Professional Pet Sitter

  • Pets maintain their normal routine
  • No need to impose on family and friends
  • Reduce stress of unfamiliar surroundings, smells and other pets

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Pet Lovers

Spring Cleaning Tips for Pet Lovers

Pets are wonderful creatures, but between their toys and pet hair, your house may become a bit messy. Here are 3 useful tips for Spring cleaning your home whilst having a pet. Get a Pet Sitter Finding a pet sitter is an excellent way to help you find time to clean if your fur baby […]

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  April 25, 2019   No comments
The Benefits of Milk Thistle for Senior Dogs

The Benefits of Milk Thistle for Senior Dogs

As dogs begin to age, they often encounter health issues similar to those that humans deal with as they get older. There are supplements available that are specifically designed for dogs to help with many of these health issues. Milk Thistle is one type of supplement that can be helpful in promoting health and well-being […]

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  April 16, 2019   No comments
Are Paint Fumes Bad for Pets?

Are Paint Fumes Bad for Pets?

If you’re going to paint at home, it’s important to know how paint fumes can affect your pets. Even though dogs and cats may be able to move away from a smell they don’t like easily, other pets, such as ferrets and guinea pigs, are contained to where you leave them. Paint Fumes Can Be […]

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  February 4, 2019   No comments
Read This Before You Sneak Your Pup That Snack!

Read This Before You Sneak Your Pup That Snack!

It might seem harmless to share food with your pet, but feeding your pup even a small amount of treats from your dinner table is not the way to go. Sharing food will encourage begging behaviors, and possibly cause them to gain unhealthy weight. Table food is generally too fatty for your pets digestive system. […]

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  November 7, 2018   No comments