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Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Service
Proudly Serving Central Kitsap
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The Lucky Dog team is fully committed to setting a new standard in pet care by providing personalized dog walking and in-home visits to your pet. 

    •Experienced and Professional Team of Pet Lovers

    •Daily text and photo updates

    •Fully Licensed, Insured and Bonded Pet Care Team

    •Affordable Rates

    •Easy Online Scheduling and Payment Options 

    •Referral Program

Helping pets stay happy and healthy! 
Dog Walking  

Each walk is customized to your pet's needs. Whether your dog prefers an easy stroll or a brisk walk, you can be assured they'll get a good workout and burn off some energy. We'll walk your pup right in your neighborhood or in one of the many local trails. After the walk, we allow a cool-down period, refresh them with water and a treat.               
Pet Sitting   

If you are like most pet lovers, you hate leaving your pet in unfamiliar surroundings when you travel. You can arrange for friends and neighbors to take care of your pet at home, but often, they’re too busy or you don’t want to impose.
Our service provides your dog, cat, and/or other pets the care they need while you’re away - right in your own home!         
Pet Wellness Visits 

Planning a day Trip? We can feed and let your dog out on short notice so there is no rush to get home.       
Its easy to get started!  Just contact us and we'll schedule a free Meet & Greet where we'll explain our services.
(360) 536-9188

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Preparing a Pet Disaster Kit

by Becky on 06/12/16

Preparing a Pet Disaster Kit
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A Pet Disaster Kit Should Include:
Natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods, as well as unforeseen man-made disasters like chemical spills, can close off a residential area in short order. The key is to be prepared as best as you can and it only takes a small amount of preparation. 
You should be able to pass the “five-minute preparedness test,” meaning in five minutes or fewer, you should be able to get your pets and their emergency kit out of your home.
• A copy of your Emergency Disaster Plan • Pet first-aid kit and book • Road maps and street guides • Photocopies of medical records • Recent photos of your pets • Pet medication • A separate carrier for each pet • Pet feeding dishes • Pet food – Be sure canned food has    a pop-top • Bottled water – a week supply for each pet • Extra leashes, collars and harnesses • Dog stake or cables • Muzzles • Gloves – heavy gloves and disposable   rubber gloves • Small or disposable litter boxes • Kitty litter – scoopable is most convenient • Disposable garbage bags • Paper towels
• Liquid soap, disinfectant and bleach • Blankets and towels • Flashlight • Portable radio • Extra batteries • Scissors • Pocket knife • Pillowcase or Evac Sack • Pet toys • Pet treats