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Looking for reliable and caring local dog sitting in Moreno Valley? Hi, I am JC and I provide dog sitting to local residents of the Moreno Valley area and surrounding areas like Box Springs, Canyon Crest, Alessandro Heights. If you need assistance, I am your guy!

As a local dog sitter I am careful with parasites that can attack your dogs and pets.

As you know fleas are a pain and could cause major problems to you and your dogs and pets. But there is another mean parasite we should be aware of and must be in the look out at all times: TICKS!

Ticks also feed on blood in dogs and cats. Ticks are arachnids, like mites and spiders did you know?
Ticks will bite into your skin and keep going deeper and can transmit many kinds of disease as well.

Apparently there are different species of ticks and tend to vary based on where you live, so check with your vet about what is common in your area.

Most ticks will feast on blood from a host to survive. They will bury their head into the skin when they bite and keep doing it deeper and deeper. Ticks tend to be most active in late spring and summer and live in tall brush or grass, where they can attach to dogs and outdoor cats. They are also famous to live in steer manure which is use to fertilize lawns.

That's why Ticks can be transferred from pets coming into the household from the outdoors. Always check your pets thoroughly frequently. Ticks prefer to attach close to the head, neck, ears and feet, but can be found anywhere on your pet’s body.

Ticks thrive in warm climates and certain wooded areas of the Northeast.

How Do I know if My Pet Has Ticks?

Most ticks are visible to the naked eye. Ticks are often the size of a pinhead before they bite, and not noticed until they swell with blood as they get larger.

While these parasites rarely cause obvious discomfort, it is a good idea to check your pet regularly if you live in an area where ticks are prevalent, especially if he spends a lot of time outside.

Run your hands carefully over your pet every time he comes inside, and especially check inside and around the ears, head and feet.

Complications Associated with Ticks

--> Blood loss

--> Anemia

--> Tick paralysis

--> Skin irritation or infection

--> Lyme Disease
        Lyme disease is a bacterial infection than can affect humans, dogs, cats and other mammals.
        Its primary carrier is the deer tick, which can attach to a dog or human and transmit the  bacteria that cause the
        Clinical signs of Lyme disease include depression, swelling of the lymph nodes, loss of  appetite, fever, swollen, painful
        joints and kidney failure.
        Lyme disease is most effectively treated with antibiotics.
        With prompt, proper treatment, your pet’s condition should start to improve within 48 hours.

--> Cytauxzoonosis
        Cytauxzoonosis is a lethal infection caused by tick bites.
        This blood parasite is common in the South and is carried by bobcats.
        Ticks who feed on bobcats may transmit the infection to domestic cats, for whom the disease is           fatal.
        Clinical signs of infection include: high fever, difficulty breathing, loss of appetite, jaundic        e, coma and death.
        The infection progresses rapidly, in a matter of weeks, and there is no known cure, though several studies have
        proved successful in managing certain strains of the disease.

Tick Treatment and Removal

If you do find a tick on your pet, it is important to take care when removing it. Any contact with the tick’s blood can potentially transmit infection to your pet or even to you. Prompt removal is necessary, but it is important to stay calm and not rush. Follow these step-by-step tick removal instructions:

Step 1: Prepare

Wear latex or rubber gloves, you don't want to have direct contact with the tick or the infected area. You must dispose of tick carefully and remember that throwing it in the trash or in the toilet won't kill it. Consider putting it in a seal container with rubbing alcohol. This way it could be analyzed by vet. Have someone help you keep pet still.

Step 2: Remove

A pair of tweezers is suggested for the removal since you need a good grip to get them out. Grab it as close to the skin as possible and pull straight up and place inside container. Do not twist or jerk the tick. This may leave the mouth-parts embedded in your pet, or cause the tick to regurgitate infective fluids. Also do not squeeze or crush the body of the tick, because its fluids may contain infective organisms.

Step 3: Disinfect and Monitor

Now you must disinfect and clean up affected areas of the dogs body. Wash your hands with soap thoroughly even if you wear gloves. Sterilize the tweezers used with alcohol and by burning them carefully with flames. On the two weeks just check on the affected area for infections. If infection occurs, please bring your pet—and your jarred tick—to your veterinarian for evaluation.

Prevention Ticks

Many of the same products on the market that treat fleas also kill ticks and prevent against future infestation. Speak to your vet about the best product for your pet.

As a safe precaution ensure you mow your lawn often, removing tall weeds and making it inhospitable to rodents by keeping garbage covered and inaccessible.

There you go, if you ever have to deal with a tick follow the tips above to help the situation and get it under control right away.

If you are in Moreno Valley and you are looking for a trustful local dog sitter, hit me up! I am ready to chat and discuss how I can help you.

( SOURCE: The American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals )



If you go on vacation or will be out of town for whatever the reason, I will care for your dogs and pets. $20 each 30-minute visit  (minimum two per day for dogs) 


If you work long hours and or a lot of over time am available to come and take good care of your furry friends. $20 each 30-minute visit or walk.


I will stay with your pet at your home while you are away. I will pick up mail and take the trash out on pick up day if you are gone on vacation longer than a week.  $50 per night.

I promise to love your pets as much as you do!

Our Pets Deserve The Best Attention & Lots of TLC…

If you must go for a few days then you need to rely on someone you can trust and that will care and love your dogs and pets as much as you would. I am JC the happy guy in the picture and I provide dog sitting services with lots of Tender Love and Care. Be assured that I will treat your pet as I would treat my own, with all of the playfulness they need.
I specialize in home dog sitting and I’m flexible in either having your pet stay at my home or yours, whether you’re traveling on vacation or just out for the day. I promise to love your pets as much as you do, maybe a touch more :)!
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Frequently Ask Questions...

What if I have more than just one dog and other pets?

Base prices are for one dog only.  There will be additional charges if you have more animals or require extra services. I am flexible but as a guideline:
$15 each additional dog including feed cats, bunnies, hamsters, etc.

Would you take dog to vet if needed?

I will safely take your pet to the vet if needed for an appointment and also in case of an emergency. $20 round trip each time.


I am very happy with JC, loves dogs just like me

"Full of live, always happy and loves animals. Kisses and takes care of my babies like if his! Lots of Love!"

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