If you need a Brunswick dog sitter, there are plenty to choose from although finding the perfect person takes more work. Word of mouth and recommendations from other pet owners are often good places to start, and your local vet may also have some reliable contacts. Don’t be afraid to ask your pet sitter for references, and make a point of talking to their other customers. A written contract is a good idea too, and you need to establish exactly what your sitter will be providing, including feeding, grooming, exercise and play time. Before you make a final decision, introduce the potential pet sitter to your dog to make sure they get on well and interact positively. Some breeds of dog are naturally more aggressive or need a higher level of care; you may want to choose a sitter comfortable with that breed.