DC Dog Sitter

"Do you desire the very best pet care? What if you were able to have a team of certified pet professionals invested in helping provide the highest quality of life and care for your furry companion? Welcome to DC Dog Sitter. We understand the needs of a busy professional and the importance of worry free pet care. Our team works together to provide collaborative, concierge level professional pet care services and solutions for your pet and you! If we can do it, we will!"

DC Dog Sitter is a boutique pet spa providing collaborative, concierge level professional pet care services in the DC Metro area. 

Services include everything from dog sitting to dog walking to playtime at the park to hiking adventures to cat sitting to hotel pet sitting to executive level pet care to spa baths and pawdicures!

We invite you to join our DC Dog Sitter Family

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We Love #Peas!

Yep! Did I just write peas?!! You bet! Peas are officially one of my most favorite foods right now and they are a great part of your dog's diet! So, why do I love these sweet little green round pebble balls? Let's take a look...

  • Peas can be added right to your dog’s food, frozen or thawed. When I am making dinner for the crew, I line up the bowls and put in a little bit of their respective dry food (grain free preferred!), a good amount of frozen peas, maybe a sardine or two (great healthy oils), and a little warm water. Stir it up, and your dog will be so in love with their dinner! 
  • Peas are rock'n the nutritional content. They are a great source of Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Thiamin and Manganese. And, they are awesome in the protein department!
  • They help keep our beloved companions healthy, lean, and fit! Need to lose a few lbs? Put in a good dose of peas with your pet's dry food for dinner. They will feel more satisfied and you will have reduced the overall calories and increased their nutritional content.
  • Is your dog on an antidepressant medication? Consider increasing peas and adding in foods with higher b vitamins. Other foods high in b vitamins would include liver, salmon, tuna, eggs, potatoes, and squash just to name a few.
  • Peas help boost your dog's immune system! Plus, they also help fight against free radical damage! 

I know we all want our beloved dogs to have a long healthy life. So, be sure to pick up a bag or two the next time you are at the store. Your pet will thank you!

To your pet's health!

Jenn and Crew

P.S. I am usually shopping at Whole Foods or Trader Joe's so I generally purchase their respective brands.