Frequently Asked Questions

Coastal Paws Pet Sitting Lincoln City, OR

How do I get started?

Our goal is to answer your calls and emails in a very timely manner. Prior to booking a pet sitting visit, we schedule a complimentary meet-and-greet to get acquainted and review your pet’s care instructions. We get to know your pet’s needs, behaviors and routines. We also answer any questions you may have. Please fill out the form on our contact page, or e-mail us at Carrieseger@gmail.com Please let us know where you are located as well as what pet’s you have, your upcoming travel dates,  and a little bit about them.

Please note: we are happy to provide one complimentary meeting. If additional pre-visits are requested, a pet sitting fee will be applied.

How does in-home pet sitting work?

What Coastal Paws Pet Sitting does is come to your home, and perform all duties discussed at the consultation. This will cover feedings, cleaning all litter boxes, pickup after your dog in the yard while in our care, giving fresh water, pick up any messes in the home, give medications if needed, and making sure your pets are content and happy. We also leave notes each time at your home telling you how your pets are doing. We send text or e-mail if client asks for this. We also bring in your mail, small packages, newspapers and flyers in the front of your home. We secure your home and make it look lived-in. Basically, we eliminate all worry so you can go and enjoy your time away and know everything is taken care of at home.

What does cat sitting cost?

Visits to your home are $35/each (second pet is free, each additional pet is $5 added per visit) and on national holiday’s, $10 is added to each visit. Think of it this way ~ you are hiring a professional that is going to take the very best care of your cats and your home. It’s similar to having a personal assistant! You won’t need to worry about a thing with us on the job! We do have business expenses as well as gas/mileage and travel time to get to your home.

How much time do you spend with our pets? 

Our visits are 30-40 minutes in length for pet care. In this time ~ all duties arranged at the consultation are performed. If you need longer time, that is fine ~ we will adjust the time and fees according to what is best for your pets.

What areas do you service?

We proudly service Lincoln City, Gleneden Beach, Salishan, and some parts of Otis/Neotsu (near Devil’s Lake).

Why choose Coastal Paws Pet Sitting?

At Coastal Paws Pet Sitting, your pet’s well-being and care will be in the hands of a trusted professional who will follow your exact instructions regarding feeding, and medication. Owners, Carrie and Denis are fully insured, Background Checked and CPR Pet First Aid certified, and have over 50 years  experience caring for pets. We have a proven track record of happy pets and satisfied owners. We are not an app, we are locally-based, professional pet sitters who will pamper your pets and care for them as our own.
Our sole responsibility is taking impeccable care of your pets. We schedule visits seven days a week and dedicate each day to our furry friends! Our flexibility allows us to provide customized care to meet your pet’s every need.
Once you schedule a booking, you can be assured that we provide the highest level of quality care in Lincoln County!  You hire us, we do the work. No strangers in your home.

How many “Visits” do my pets need per day?

For cat care, we do require at minimum one visit per 24 hour period. We can certainly perform two visits to your home per day if necessary. Kitties can quickly become dehydrated, or just not feel well, get stuck in a closet, etc. and we need to be there to be sure all is well. Dog care, we ask that you book 2-3 visits per 24 hour period. Our hours are 8am – 6pm (ish) , so your dogs would need to be able to go through the night without getting out to potty.

Do you sleep at my home?

I’m sorry, but we do not sleep in our client’s homes.

Do you care for animals other than dogs/ cats?

Yes! We can care for your birds, fish, etc.

Do you walk my dog/dogs?
Walks can be given to properly leash trained dogs (no pulling or aggression) and when not raining, and during daylight hours only.