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.

Blog

June is National Pet Preparedness Month

Posted June 22, 2017
Do you have a kit put together for when there is a natural disaster? Well, June is National Pet Preparedness Month, so this is the perfect time to make the perfect package. Pet parents can defend the members of their fur family against flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfire and hurricanes by planning ahead.

Adopt-A-Cat Month

Posted June 15, 2017
This month, both the ASPCA’s adopt-a-shelter-cat month and the American Humane Society’s adopt-a-cat month take place.

"What Animal is in My Attic?"

Posted June 08, 2017
Pet sitting can provide pet parents with some peace of mind in the event that they need someone to care for their cat, dog, or other animal, but not all animals make welcome house guests.

Summer has arrived, bringing warmer weather, sunshine and…ticks.

Posted June 01, 2017
Ticks are transporters of disease and able to carry more than one at a time. They are second only to mosquitoes as carriers of human disease, both infectious and toxic and they are increasing in number every year.