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CLOUD 9 PET SITTING-FEATURED PET EXPERT OF THE MONTH!

Cloud 9 Pet Sitting is located in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona!
We all know where Scottsdale is, right? Beautiful, grandeur, sunny vacation spot and home to many.
So if you live is the spectacular city of Scottsdale you want the best for your pets, right?
That is why we are proud to present to you our Scottsdale Professional Pet Sitter, Angela Carlson, owner of Cloud 9 Pet Sitting.



Angela is one of the rare pet business owners.....  She is actually in this business because she cares about the well being of pets and chose this career so she could care for your pets while you are away and know that they will have the utmost, professional, caring and loving pet care!




We are so proud to showcase Angela and her business Cloud 9 Pet Care! Take it a way Angela!











IS YOUR PET AFRAID OF THUNDER STORMS?

THE MONSOON SEASON IS BACK!




TIPS FOR PETS WHO ARE AFRAID OF STORMS

Is your Dog or Cat afraid of the Monsoon Noises? Loud thunder, lightening and wind? Here are some Tips for this summers storm season.

If your pet/s are afraid, try these simple solutions.

· Desensitize or counter conditioning: you can do this by creating loud noises and making sure your pet gets a treat during these times assuring him that Loud is OK.

You can buy a tape of Thunderstorms and play them periodically during the week. Start off with a low volume and eventually work your way up. This will help to condition your pet to respond in a Non-Fearful way to noises that once scared him.

· Play Time” playing your pet’s favorite INDOOR game at the onset of the storm will help him prepare for the worst. Hopefully he will be able to associate that during a storm is when it is time to have fun inside! Give lots of Positive Reinforcement during this time inside.

· Calming tricks: while yo…

JULY 15TH IS NATIONAL PET FIRE SAFETY DAY

KEEPING YOUR PET SAFE IN THE SUMMER HEAT

How to protect our dogs in the Summer Heat

· Fur coats can be hot! Fur provides some amount of protection from the sun, but thick fur prevents body heat from escaping and promotes overheating. It's a myth that shaving a dog's coat makes him hotter. Shaving it to the skin can make him vulnerable to sunburn, but cutting the fur to about one inch can help him stay cooler. If you don't want to shave him, brush as much undercoat as you can out, and be sure no solid mats are there to trap heat and moisture.


· Don’t walk or run your dog in the heat. Take early morning, short walks or late evening walks

· Keep your dogs out of parked cars!

· Be prepared for travel emergencies. What are some things that could happen if your car broke down while traveling with your pet and while you waited, you used your only bottle of water?

· Try bringing a cooler with ice

· Bring a battery powered fan

· Have a towel that you can soak in …

MISSING PET DETECTIVES- FEATURED PET EXPERT OF THE MONTH!

Missing Pet Detectives


July 4th is one of the most devastating holidays for pets who get lost. With the loud noises, party favors and activities, many dogs cannot tolerate the day's events and either hide or run. It is typically not until the next day that most owners realize a pet is gone. There are places to turn to like your local animal shelters but many of them are busy in the streets picking up the pets from the night before. You may not find your pet for another day if it is even at the shelter. Yes it is important to check with them and at least file a missing pet report in case your pet is brought in, especially if they are microchipped. But what else can you do? Where do you start? How much information do you include on a "Missing Pet" Poster? 




Our very unique, nationally known pet expert can assist you with many questions you have if you find yourself in the above situation. She is an expert in her field and one of just a few in the entire country that offers t…

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