Pompton Pet Sitters COVID-19 Update

Pompton Pet Sitters is Open for Business and Accepting New Clients!

Now offering virtual meet and greets for new clients, contact-free pickup for work-at-home clients, and a COVID-specific instruction area in our client portal.  

COVID Client Portal Instructions

We have updated our client portal to allow you to request specific safeguards while we are in your home. You will now be able to easily request that we wear face coverings and/or gloves while in your home, use our own leashes, as well as leave any other special instructions.

Virtual meet and greet. We will provide a completely virtual meet and greet via a Zoom video call. You will be able to show our staff manager the layout of your home, introduce your pet over video, and provide care instructions.

Outdoor meet and greet. Our staff manager will visit with you and your dog without entering to home to minimize contact with surfaces. She will wear a face covering and avoid unnecessary physical contact.

Traditional in-person meet and greets are still available for new clients who choose this option. Our staff manager will wear a face covering at all times and avoid unnecessary physical contact such as shaking hands or touching surfaces.

Contact-Free Pickup. Most clients are not at home during our care. However, if we are caring for your pet while you are working from home or if anyone will be in your home during our care, we offer contact-free pickup. We arrive at your home and enter your fenced-in yard through an outdoor gate where we can use our own leash to take your pup for his walk and return him to your yard when we are through.   



As always, we are committed to providing you with exceptional pet care services. Under direct guidance from the Department of State, we have continued providing quality dog walking and pet sitting service to essential workers, as well as contact-free services to clients working from home. We hope that these policies help to better serve you during this time as New Jersey re-opens and moves towards the “new normal.”