As Winter turns into Spring, our thoughts turn again to recruitment.  I thought that rather than write a post on my blog, I would use a video explaining a little about our service and what makes a good Pet Sitter. I had made a few notes such as ...read more...

At Nina’s Nannies for Pets we are always on the look out for interactive toys to recommend to our clients.  Like humans, pets need regular interaction and stimulation in order to be happy. They might not get bored in the same way that we ...read more...

The Daily Mail has recently highlighted the growing numbers of retiring Police and Military dogs put to sleep at the end of their working lives. Bravo Working Dog Rescue, run the only specialist working dog rehabilitation and retraining rescue ...read more...

I honestly believe that introducing ‘animal welfare’ into the school curricula will undoubtedly see a decrease in animal cruelty. I would therefore please ask all visitors and clients to sign and share our petition to ‘Introduce Animal Welfare ...read more...

 Bravo to the UK’s First Working Dog Rescue Centre Recent media stories have highlighted the sad end of many working dogs who have given their lives to protecting humans and our country, only to be let down for their loyalty.  The shocking ...read more...

At Nina’s Nannies for Pets we are always keen to highlight companies who we feel, may be of interest to our clients and pet owners. Hanne Grice is the owner of a company called ‘Walk the Dog’, which is based in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. She is ...read more...

I cannot believe just how the time flies and how I have neglected my blog of  late! Harriet (our little kitten from Cats Protection), is growing into a  beautiful cat and was nutered last week.  Always a worrying time, but she has recovered well ...read more...

The office has been extremely busy since our little kitten arrived, so I have had little time to further add to my blog.  However, we have had some interesting developments! Harry had been playing with his new toys, when he appeared to have a ...read more...

Losing our beloved Melody had a drastic impact on our lives and has been as painful as losing a human family member. Melody was unique. She was stubborn and naughty, with selective hearing, and just a tiny bit dim! Well, at least that was what ...read more...

When my husband was diagnosed with MS some 13 years ago, it was a shock, from which in some ways, we are still to recover.  The problems that sprang immediately to mind were how his mobility would be affected, could we cope financially and would ...read more...