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Tips for Choosing Sitting Services
Sitting services can refer to pet boarding or child care services, depending on the intention. Many people hire a pet sitting service to watch their pets while they are away. These may take the form of kennels or an in-home service. Many people also choose to hire a babysitter when they want to go out for the night. And still others hire full-time nannies to care for their children while they work and travel. Here are some tips to finding a quality sitting service:

Tip #1: Choose an experienced, insured, and licensed pet sitter
When looking for care for your pets, focus on pet sitters who can provide proof of commercial liability insurance in the event of an emergency or negligence. Choose one with the dedication it takes to consistently fuel a reputable business, which often translates to someone who’s available 24 hours a day, seven days a week plus holidays. Look for someone who is licensed in your state and can provide proof.

Tip #2: Choose a sitter with emergency training
Whether for pets or kids, it’s important that the sitter be extensively trained to deal with emergencies as they arise. This may involve training in CPR and first aid in the case of children. In the case of pets, this may mean immediate access on site to a veterinarian.

Tip #3: Make sure the sitter has an alternative in case he or she becomes unavailable
If you have a big business trip coming up and your pet sitter gets sick and can’t provide services, you’re in a real bind. Before this happens, ensure your sitter has a backup to provide care in the event he or she is sick. This way, you’ll get peace of mind knowing you’re always covered.

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Many parents find that it is difficult to work full-time jobs without some help around the house. Hiring a sitter or nanny could make it easier for you to reach your goals at work while making sure that your kids are properly cared for. Before you hire a sitting service, however, you should ask a few questions that will help you decide which option meets your needs best.

  • Is your sitting service registered with any local or national associations?
    Hiring a nanny or sitting service that is a member of a professional association could make you feel more comfortable. In many cases, these associations have regulations that encourage nannies and babysitters to learn about the most effective childcare methods for babies, toddlers, and older children.

  • Do you have references that I can check?
    Talking to other parents who have used the nannies and babysitters could help ensure that you choose a reliable option. Plus, some previous clients might have used cameras to monitor what happened at home while they were not at home with the kids. This could give you insight into how your children will be treated when you’re not home.

  • Do you offer house keeping services?
    Some sitters are happy to provide cleaning and cooking services to make sure that things stay in order when the parents aren’t home. Others, however, consider cleaning outside of their duties. Find an agency that offers the level of service that you need for your home.