Euless Resident Quits Corporate Life … Has Gone to the Dogs

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Euless resident Danielle Chonody left the corporate life this week to pursue her passion of working with pets. Since 2003, Danielle has been building her Mid-Cities based pet sitting business Protecting Max with the help of her staff of dedicated part time pet sitters.

Danielle with 2 Happy Pet Sitting Clients

I love pet sitting because it gives pet owners the freedom to travel or work away from the home without the worry that they are sacrificing their pet’s quality of life.

Euless resident Danielle Chonody left the corporate life this week to pursue her passion of working with pets. Since 2003, Danielle has been building her Mid-Cities based pet sitting business Protecting Max with the help of her staff of dedicated part time pet sitters.

The 2009/2010 National Pet Owners Survey estimated that over 62% of U.S. households own a pet and this number is growing annually. Recognizing this growing market for pet care services, Danielle decided that it was finally time to make pet sitting a full time career.

“These days our pets are our family. I love pet sitting because it gives pet owners the freedom to travel or work away from the home without the worry that they are sacrificing their pet’s quality of life. Our clients relax knowing their pets are comfortable at home, enjoy regular exercise and affection, and are in the care of experienced pet care professionals who love and care for them just as they do their own pets” Danielle said.

Protecting Max will be expanding to provide two new services to local pet owners this fall; Boutique In-Home Dog Boarding and Quick Midday Break visits. The Boutique In-Home boarding service allows pet owners to board their dogs in the home of a local professional pet sitter where they are provided all of the privileges and comforts they enjoy at home. The Quick Midday Breaks will be offered to residents of the North Euless area to give their pets a 10-15 minute break during the owners work day.

Danielle has plans to expand the community involvement of Protecting Max by volunteering for Grapevine based DFW Pug Rescue and participating in the annual pet sitter organized Wishbones for Pets fundraising campaign. In the six weeks preceding Thanksgiving, Protecting Max will be placing donation bins in local businesses to collect donations and supplies for the pets at the Humane Society Shelter in Irving.

Danielle is also a certified Pet Tech pet first aid instructor. She will be holding regular classes in the Mid-Cities to teach pet professionals and pet owners how to react in emergency pet situations. Her classes include hands on skills such as primary pet assessment, CPR, and bleeding management, as well as symptoms and treatment of heat and cold injuries, poisoning, and insect and snake bites.

For more information about pet care services or pet first aid classes, visit the Protecting Max website at http://www.ProtectingMax.com. Questions can also be directed to Danielle at 817-692-4404 or email: cpjpets(at)gmail(dot)com.            

About Protecting Max (http://www.protectingmax.com). Danielle is the owner of Protecting Max -Your Pet Sitting Partners. Protecting Max has served the Mid-Cities since 2003 and offers professional in-home pet sitting, in-home dog boarding and dog walking services. Protecting Max is insured and bonded and Danielle is a Pet Tech certified pet first aid instructor.

Contact: Danielle Chonody
Email: cpjpets(at)gmail.com
Phone: 817-692-4404

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