Our Safety Policy
Pets N Plants safety guidelines, measures and practices
Our new normal
Since 2020, our world has turned upside down due to the global pandemic effects of the novel Coronavirus also known as COVID-19.
Pets N Plants has implemented and enforced safety measures and guidelines in order to continue to protect and serve our community.
Pets N Plants would also like to share our sincere thanks to all front-line and essential workers who continue to work hard to keeping our world running, safe and together again.
What We Have Implemented.
Safety is 1st and always Top Priority
All Pet N Plant Sitters are vaccinated.
All Pet N Plant Sitters and Dog Walkers will be required to wear face masks, face coverings and/or shields, gloves and sanitizers to perform any and all services.
All communication will be performed over the phone, virtually, face-time and/or email.
Additional coverage such as shoe and outwear covering, can be made available upon request.
Client and Pet Safety
Our goal is to work together in order to ensure the safety of our clients and our team.
Communications, Consultations, Meet and Greets, bookings and plannings will be performed virtually through zoom, face-time, phone and email.
Initial Meet and Greets are performed as non-contact via virtually.
Once services are booked, In person Meet N Greets can be scheduled one week prior to the start date of booked services and will be limited up to 30 minutes.
We require all clients to wear a face mask and/or face coverings at all times during any and all in person face to face meeting, interaction and contact in order to provide services.
As Our Friendly Reminder
Continue to wash your hands frequently with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds.
Continue to wear face masks and/or coverings for the protection and safety for yourself and others.
Continue to practice social distancing.
Continue to cover your mouth with tissues whenever you sneeze, and discard used tissues in the trash.
Continue to clean frequently touched surfaces utilizing sanitizers throughout common areas.
Most importantly, If you feel Sick, please Stay Home and let us know.
We are in this together.
For more safety resources and information
Click the button below to be taken to the
Center for Disease Control and Prevention website Healthy Pets, Healthy People