Why Hire Us

Why Use A Professional Pet Sitter?

Benefits for your pet:

  • Your pet follows his/her usual diet, medication schedule and daily routines.
  • Your pet remains in his/her familiar, safe environment, thereby eliminating stress.
  • Your pet is not exposed to the illnesses and stress of other animals.
  • Your pet receives personalized, individual attention by a dedicated professional.
  • Feeding, refilling fresh water, and providing lots of love and attention for your pets. A walk outside or playtime / pottytime in the yard for dogs. Playtime inside for cats, ferrets, etc. (as tolerated). Washing pets’ dishes, giving treats, clean-up of indoor pet messes, including litter boxes, and administering medications

Benefits for you:

  • You can be away from home with the peace of mind that your pets are being cared for by a professional.
  • You don’t have to impose on friends, neighbors or relatives who may forget to care for your pet. Sure, you can have the well intentioned neighbor stop by or hire the kid down the street, but the old adage is still true: You get what you pay for. What you’re actually investing in is peace of mind. We are dedicated, full-time professionals who handle emergencies and a wide variety of unusual situations every day.
  • We have over 30 years of experience handling and caring for companion animals and we often educate and alert owners to behaviors and medical issues that we find which require the attention of a veterinarian and also advise our clients how to troubleshoot problem situations.
  • Your home is made more secure because of our crime-deterrent efforts as well as our daily safety checks to ensure that all systems are functioning normally. If something does go awry while you’re away, we can contact you and then coordinate everything needed to resolve the situation back here so you can relax and enjoy your vacation or concentrate on your business trip.
  • You are not inconvenienced with taking your pet to another location they will be relaxed and stress-free while cared for in their own home.

Home Care: Bringing in mail/newspapers/packages, watering indoor plants, and putting out a standard amount of trash on trash day. Turning on/off home alarm systems, turning on/off lights inside and outside the home, opening/closing shades or blinds, checking inside the home for anything unusual, adjusting the a/c or heat, and flushing toilets / running faucets, if requested.