The ONLY national non-profit organization for professional pet sitters.
 

NAPPS is the ultimate source for pet sitters who want to take their business to new levels and for pet parents looking for trustworthy care for their pets when they are away from home. 

What makes NAPPS unique?  We are the only non-profit national organization for pet sitters. We are member-run and member-driven, responding and adapting to your needs.

NAPPS provides members with continuing education opportunities, a certification program, free business forms, discounted insurance and other valuable benefits. 

We help pet parents, too, with our Pet Sitter Locator and tips on everything from hiring a pet sitter to pet health and safety.

NAPPS provides free documents on emergency preparedness - not just a checklist of what to bring to a pet-friendly shelter, but detailed plans with proven solutions to a wide range of situations - for pet sitters and for pet parents.

Use the convenient big blue buttons on the right to find out more about NAPPS, the nation’s leading non-profit professional pet sitting organization.








Save the Date
 
Mark your calendars today for the
2016 Annual Conference
Orlando, FL • March 11-13, 2016

 

Congratulations to the NAPPS 2015 Co-Business Winners of the Year! 
 
For the first time in the history of NAPPS, the coveted Business of the Year honor
is being shared for 2015. 

 
 
Jessica Dwyer, Owner of Whiskers At Home, LLC located in Bellevue, WA.  Read Jessica's full story here.
       
Lori Genstein, Owner of I've Got the 'Scoop'!, LLC located in Palmyra, NJ.  Read Lori's full story here

     
 

As pet parents and members of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) are aware, some animals are not given the chance to know love and companionship.
April is known as Lyme disease prevention month to raise awareness that the disease may infect dogs when warmer weather starts in spring, raising the threat of the disease.
Members of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) and pet parents are aware that if a pet is not taken to a vet when there is a health problem, the chance that the health issue will get worse increases. Pets have a high pain tolerance making it hard to know when a pet is not feeling well. Both dogs and cats may easily acquire diseases.

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