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

Welcome to the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters

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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.

NAPPS members represent the top pet sitting businesses in the country with a reputation for ethical behavior and professionalism.

That's why 2,000 pet sitting professionals turn to NAPPS for the tools they need to grow their businesses and provide the best quality pet care services.

News and Headlines

‚ÄčCheck out the following NAPPS branded infographics;

*Benefits of Hiring a Professional Pet Sitter
*Benefits of Hiring a Mid-Day Dog Walker

*Pet Summer Safety Guide 
*Pet Winter Safety Guide

Congratulations to the NAPPS 2017 Business of the Year Award Winner!

Joette White, Owner of  Park Cities Pet Sitter, Inc., Dallas, TX

Read Joette's full story here.


Holiday Proofing For Pets

Posted December 14, 2017
For National Association for Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) members and pet parents, the holiday season may be spent trying continuously to keep pets out of trouble. However, there are useful tips to keep pets safe while decking the halls.

National Day of the Horse

Posted December 07, 2017
On National Day of the Horse, people are encouraged to become more aware of all that horses have contributed to the economy, history and character of the U.S.

Pet Diabetes Month

Posted November 21, 2017
Getting the shock of being told that a pet has been diagnosed with diabetes can seem daunting. November, also known as Pet Diabetes Month, wants to ease pet parents minds about how diabetes affects their pets and how to keep them on a healthy path when diagnosed with the disease.

Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month

Posted November 16, 2017
To help people understand that senior pets are just as deserving of a home as young pets, November is known at Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month. For a pet to be a senior, they must be at least seven years old, but the smaller the size, the later in life they are known as a senior.