Saturday, February 14, 2009

Meet Silver Whiskers Petsitting

You may recall from an earlier post that Beth lost her job on Christmas Eve, a victim of the economic downturn despite over a decade at her job as Publications Manager for the Institute for Connecting Science Research to the Classroom.  Although she's been applying to several jobs a week, so far, she's not even getting nibbles.

As a backup plan, Beth is working on establishing Silver Whiskers Petsitting, which offers quality in-home petsitting specializing in senior pets and birds in the Fairfax, VA, area.  Given her experience raising three dachshunds--one from his birth to his death at age 17--Beth knows the special needs of senior and geriatric pets and is able to offer them the patience and care they need.  Plus, unlike most petsitters, Beth brings experience with birds to the table as well, having cared for our flock of the "Silly Birds" and her transgender Senegal parrot, Sam, for years.  In fact, shortly after Beth and I met, she bird-sat my then-two cockatiels (the "Silly Birds," Rydia and Locke) while I went to England for a week.

So do you need quality in-home care for your pets?  Beth is willing to travel within Fairfax County, Virginia, in the D.C. suburbs to give mid-day walks or up to four daily visits for your beloved pets, be they young or old, all for an affordable price in today's economy.

Visit her Web site at to learn more and to schedule a free consultation today!

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