Humans have always been drawn to horses and few can deny their beauty. That’s why so many of us (myself included) have joined the wonderful word of horse ownership!
However, having a horse takes a lot of responsibility and time when they live on your property, rather than at a boarding facility.
Have you found yourself wondering how you will ever be able to take a vacation without someone coming over to take care of your horse for you? Who do you call to take care of a horse anyways?
Well I’ve got great news for you!
A pet sitter isn’t just for dogs and cats, a pet sitter can take care of your horse for you too!
What Does a Pet Sitter Take Care of for My Horse?
Whether your horse stays in a stall or spends most of their time in pasture all day, your pet sitter can be there to perform all of the basic duties that you would do yourself if you were home, including the following:
- Filling up water troughs or buckets
- Provides hay and grain as instructed
- Muck stalls
- Pasture turn out
No more trying to get neighbors or friends to come over while you’re traveling to take care of your horse. With a professional pet sitter, you now have a reliable, experienced sitter to come and take care of your precious (and very large) baby! Every pet sitter and pet sitting company is different in their policies and what they include in their horse sitting packages so be sure to call and get the specifics of what they will and will not do when caring for horses.
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