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BEWARE!!! "PRIVACY" This one word has a very big meaning. A little information about a Pet Sitter Posting photos of your pets on public Blogs, Facebook etc.

Happy Pets Pet Sitting Service maintains discretion of our pet sitting service at your home.  We make sure we do everything possible that you being away from your home is NOT noticed.  Our service includes bringing in the mail, newspaper and even the trash and recycling can, which is included in our services.  We want to keep our clients home safe  and the lowest possibility of being burglarized.

A note to our clients  "Absolutely DO NOT put on your phone message that you are out of town."  We cannot stress that enough. We do not answer your phone while you are away it is a sure give away.

  • Signs - There is great risk having signs on our vehicles when we are at your home, that is why we do not have them on our vehicles.  It is a green light for anyone seeking out a home to burglarize, the signs are a sure give away to that person(s) driving by or living near by, that you are away from your home.

  • Photos - Posting photos on a Blog and Facebook or even Twitter can be a security issue also, if the photos are immediately uploaded and not a week or two later a hacker can locate using the location data tag where the pet sitter has taken the photo(s) and know that the owner at that address is out of town. We post photos on our blog without the location data turned on so it does not give away the location of the photo. The photos posted are posted at a later date. Usually after the client has returned home or even later when time permits.

  • Shirt, Hat etc... - Our Sitters do not wear hats or shirts with a logo. When our sitters arrive at your home we do not wear any clothing that has a logo on it.
Here is a link to read -

 http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/12/oops-did-vice-just-give-away-john-mcafees-location-with-this-photo/


As a professional Pet Sitting Business, it’s important to keep our clients’ privacy and safety in mind at all times—both online and off line.

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