Three Ways to Find a Pet Sitter in Kansas City
September 13, 2012
There’s more to a move than just calling your Kansas City mover, it requires a lot of planning and preparation. If you’re like most families with pets, you’ll find it easier to get settled into your new home if you know your pet is being watched and cared for while you’re busy unpacking. That’s why we’ve put together a list of great ways to find a pet sitter before moving day, that way your plans are set ahead of time.
Angie’s List: Angie’s List is a great place to start if you don’t have any local connections in Kansas City. For a low monthly fee, you can have access to their directory of over 68 pet sitters in the Kansas City area, plus contact information for the 24 that have the highest ratings. All sitters have been reviewed and recommended by Angie’s List members and each sitter will have a corresponding grade (A, B, C), so you can rest assured knowing you’re contacting a reputable company: http://www.angieslist.com/companylist/kansas-city/pet-care.htm
Sitter City: Sittercity.com might be a good option for you, if you’re up for interviewing candidates. Showing over 583 pet sitters in the Kansas City area, you can sort profiles by user ratings, location, education level, certifications, age and availability. Search for pet sitters by zip code as well to narrow down your search to only those who live in proximity to your new home: http://www.sittercity.com/pet-sitting/mo/kansas-city.html
Facebook: If you’re on Facebook, use it to ask for recommendations. Even if you’re unsure if your connected to someone in the Kansas City area, it’s highly likely that your friend has a friend in the area that might know of a good pet sitter. Don’t be shy, ask away – you’ll be surprised by how many people love to offer advice.
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