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5 Essential Tips For Your Pet Sitting Website

Let’s say you’ve reached the point in your pet sitting business that you’ve established a clientele and are receiving new customers by word of mouth or your other marketing efforts. It may be time to break away from using a big pet sitting website so you can better establish your

Do I Need Pet Sitting Insurance

So, you’ve started a pet sitting business. It’s new, exciting, and you get to do something you love for a living. But, like most things in life, running your own business isn’t easy. A strategic plan that includes accounting, marketing, business licensing, and protecting yourself and your business from risk

3 Real PCI Pet Sitter Claims

As pet sitters, having a current insurance policy helps acquire new clients, helps with pet medical bills for which you become responsible, and it helps protect your business. However, it’s always nice to see specific examples of how pet sitting insurance protected other pet sitters just like you, so Pet

Pet Sitting Safety for the 4th of July

Professional pet sitters are expected to know all about the most up-to-date safekeeping methods and techniques for their client’s and their pets. Pet sitting insurance is a pragmatic way to protect your clients’, your four-legged clients, and your business. It’s also a great way to set yourself apart from others

5 Ways Pet Sitting Business Insurance Benefits You

As the owner of a business, there needs to be a reason for every expense that you incur and buying pet sitting business insurance is no different. There are many ways that insurance can benefit you, but let’s take a look at these top five. 1. Fulfills Regulations & Requirements

Do Pet Sitters Need Insurance

As a professional pet sitter, you know there is a lot that goes into making your business successful. You understand how to meet clients’ needs, pets’ needs, and the needs of your business. However, there might be one business need you haven’t considered: pet sitting insurance. Do I Really Need

Pet Sitting Insurance Protects Your Pet Family

As a pet sitter, you are more aware than most people that pets are part of the family. Just like the members of your human family, you want to make sure your pet family is protected in case of an accident. One of the best ways you can protect the

Providing Pet Sitting Services for Senior Pets

If you are a pet care company who provides services for senior pets or special needs pets, having Pet Sitting Insurance is a must for your business. During the course of your service, a senior or special needs pet may require special care, including veterinary care. Senior and special needs

Should Pet Sitters Be Bonded and Insured?

If you are a pet sitting business owner you have liability exposure, and if you have employees, you have employee dishonesty exposures. (In other words, you are at risk of being held financially responsible for damage caused by your business.) Most business owners have probably heard the phrase, “bonded and

7 Questions Pet Sitters Should Ask When Interviewing a New Client

As an experienced pet sitter, you can handle a host of unexpected and difficult circumstances, but it is important to know what you are getting into before you take on a new client. This is especially important when it comes to protecting you from liability claims, which often come about

Comparing Employee Dishonesty Coverage & Bonding

PCI’s employee dishonesty coverage is similar to a bond, but there may be some key differences to consider.

Employee dishonesty coverage:

  • Can be purchased in the same transaction
  • Doesn’t run credit checks
  • Provides $10,000 per occurrence and $25,000 aggregate coverage

Bonds may differ from our dishonesty coverage by:

  • Checking your credit during the application process
  • Having a “Conviction Claus;” Often bonds won’t pay on claims unless there is a conviction
  • Many require you to reimbursement the bonding company after a claim is paid