How To Get Started

Getting to Know Each Other

We need to complete a short process before either of us can accept each other. All activities are by appointment.

If a Pets First care provider is to visit your pet’s home, including walks, the process begins with a complimentary Meet & Greet visit lasting about ½ hour, at your home. At this time you can complete a Pet History and some basic information about you and your pet. You can also learn about Pets First, meet the pet care provider (usually Diane) and ask all of the questions you might have. At this time the paperwork can be completed. Also your pet and Diane can get to know each other. If the services of Pets First are retained your pet will have a friend, rather than a stranger, entering his home. You will receive a detailed log of what occurred on a pet visit call. Dogs, cats, smaller mammals and birds are Diane’s usual clients.

If you desire to have your pet boarded or wish day care at Diane’s facility, the Meet & Greet appointment will be at Diane’s. It will be comprised of you, your pet(s) and Diane. You and your pet will be able to see the facility and know if it is a comfortable, happy place. Diane will be able to evaluate the compatibility of your pet. Paperwork will be started, and perhaps completed. The List of Things to Bring is discussed and is a necessary part of any pet’s stay. If the “green light” is given by all concerned, the owner may schedule a true boarding stay at Diane’s, subject to availability. Dogs, cats, the smaller caged mammals (bunnies, guinea pigs, etc.), and birds may board by appointment. Dogs also have room to play outside in a totally secured large backyard or indoors in a large playroom. Cats from one family also have a spacious windowed room. If appropriate, pets may be walked or brushed (including teeth). Pets always receive lots of personal attention.

Diane gives significant attention to pets with special needs. Attention is given for pets’ medical needs, such as oral medications, insulin and allergy injections, and certain other procedures normally done by the owner at home under a veterinarian’s prescription. Careful documentation, communication and sensitivity to the pet is hallmark.

Pet History Form

Dog Boarding Instructions

Feline Boarding Instructions

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