Pet Sitting & Dog Walking FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What type of Pets do you care for?
We care for all domesticated animals- such as dogs, cats, horses and other farm animals that are considered pets. The number and type of pets can vary a bit, depending on the pet family dynamics.

Q: What areas do you service?
We service Grants Pass, Merlin, Murphy, Williams, Rogue River, Gold Hill, and surrounding areas. Out laying areas of Josephine and Jackson counties are available upon review of services requested and may carry a slightly higher rate.

Q: Are you Insured?
Yes, we are insured through Pet Sitters Associates pet business insurance policy.

Q: Is there a minimum number of visits required?
Yes, our minimum standard for care requires 2 visits for dogs or overnight care, and 1 visit for cats and other easy feeders, who don’t require much attention per 24 hours.

Q: Do you administer medications?
Yes, we will administer medication (pills, drops, supplements) with no charge to you. Please have all medications and instructions available during initial in-home consultation.  No Sub-Q or intravenous injections.

Q: When is payment due and how can I pay?
Payment is expected prior to, or on your scheduled pet care appointment date. Payment can be in the form of cash, check, or PayPal.

Q: Do you charge extra for holidays?
A $5.00 Holiday fee applied for; Memorial Day, Labor Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas.

Q: How do I get started with No Worries! Pet Service?
To get started, please call 541-507-7269 or e-mail us at to schedule an initial in-home consultation. We will come to your home, meet your pet(s), become familiar with your home and routine, and discuss all pertinent information about your pet’s needs. This is also a chance for you to get to know us and to decide if we’re the right fit you and your pets.


Q: Does No Worries! Pet Service have a cancellation policy?   
A 50% cancelation fee will be charged if appointment is cancelled in less than 48 hours.

*Clients are asked to contact by call or text when they return home. Accidents and delays happen, so this is to ensure that pets do not go without care because the client is unexpectedly unable to return home.