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Leaving town? No worries! Let your pets remain happy and confident in the comfort of their own home. Most pets adjust better to their family’s absence and experience less anxiety when they can remain in their home environment. Our goal is to maintain your pets' normal routine, keeping them safe and happy with personalized one on one attention.
Do you have a pet with extreme separation anxiety, special needs, or a health condition? A new puppy or kitten requiring extra supervision? An overnight stay is a great option to ensure your pet is safe, comfortable, and given all the love and care they are normally used to, during your absence. An overnight stay in your home is customizable to your pets individual needs.
Home care services and security are complimentary, assuring your home maintains that "lived in" look. We care for dogs, cats, and all other small domesticated animals, reptiles, fish, or birds.
|Meet and greet (more info)|
|Key exchange (more info)|
|Fresh food and water|
|Litter box cleaning|
|Cuddles, belly rubs, and lots of love|
|Bringing in mail|
|Taking trash & recycling in/out|
|House security check|
|Daily texts and pictures|
|Customized to your pets needs|
|30 minutes||$25.00 (per visit)|
|45 minutes||$30.00 (per visit)|
|1 hour||$36.00 (per visit)|
|Overnight Staycation in your home 9-11 hours||$85.00 (per night)|
|Overnight plus One Daytime Visit||$100.00 (per night)|
|Overnight plus Two Daytime Visits||$115.00 (per night)|
|Overnight plus Three Daytime Visits||$130.00 (per night)|
|Key Lock Box (more info)||$22.00 each|
* Overnight services have limited availability.
* Subject to holiday rates (more info).
A tired dog is a happy dog! Whether you are at work or simply lead a busy lifestyle, let us help keep your dog healthy, happy, and content. It’s often hard to find time every day to give your dog appropriate exercise and mental stimulation. Dogs regularly need at least one 30-60 minute walk or playtime everyday to keep them physically and mentally fit. Small dogs need exercise just as much. Daily walks will allow your dog to burn off energy, improving their overall mood and helping to eliminate unwanted behaviors. Your dog will be more relaxed and behaved when you return home after a long day.
Does your pet need daily attention or a potty break, but not necessarily a walk? We can help with that too! While some pets may be independent in nature, human contact and interaction is always beneficial to their overall well being. This service is ideal for young pets, senior pets, and pets that are medically dependent or have special needs.
Continuously postponing that trip to the vet or grooming appointment because you just aren’t able to fit it into your schedule? We can pick up, drop off, or both, saving you valuable time! Let us know how we can help.
|Pet Taxi||$25.00 (one way)|
* Subject to holiday rates (more info).
* Rate may vary for requests outside of the service area.
If you are like most pet parents, your fur baby is part of the family. Having your pet(s) present at your wedding, or part of your special day photographs, is a gift you will treasure for a lifetime. Often times friends and family members involved in your special day are already taking on additional responsibilities or are working around time constraints. Let us take the worry out of making your pets presence a reality for you, while handling all of the logistics. From transportation, to grooming, to dress up, all the while having a full time handler, we will make sure your fur baby is on time and 'dressed' to impress!
While weddings are our primary focus, we do offer this service for other events or special occasions in which you are in need of similar pet care.
Note that our standard service area does not apply to this service
Starting at $60/hour.
Please call for your personalized quote!
Hello Pet Parents, thank you for visiting my website! My name is Kristine. I have had an adoration for animals from a young age, and am blessed to turn my passion into a career. Growing up in a small rural town of West Michigan, most of my free time was spent on my family's property with our many cats, dogs, horses, and even pigs and chickens. I graduated from Michigan State University with a business degree, and moved to Arizona in 2012. After many years of pet sitting for family and friends, transitioning to full time to connect with my entire community was an easy decision. I currently am also a volunteer and foster parent at an amazing organization, Home Fur Good. I have enjoyed raising bottle-fed orphaned kittens, as young as 1 week old. The mission of this no kill dog/cat shelter is to reduce the euthanasia rates in the Phoenix area, and I adore being a part of the adoption process for these deserving animals!
Syx (16 years old) and Sevyn (8 years old) are my two bengal furbabies. They both traveled with me from Michigan, and love the Arizona sunshine! They are very sweet boys and the best of friends. Syx is on daily medication and a special limited ingredient diet to help with his aging digestive system, but he is as sprite as ever! My two most recent additions were foster babies that decided they wanted to stay for good! Born April 2017, Meatball Mozzarella and Lola are brother and sister, and each others favorite partner in crime. They are so funny and into everything! My beloved angel Maeko, who passed in 2009 at age 15, lived with diabetes for many years requiring 2 insulin shots per day. I understand the love and lengths pet parents will go to for the care of their pets, and I can relate to requiring the most reliable, dependable, loving, and trustworthy care for your pets in your absence. My priority is to provide you with that peace of mind.
Each professional pet sitter is an independent contractor carefully selected and highly vetted as an exceptional pet care provider, honoring a genuinely profound level of compassion, integrity, and dedication. All sitters have passed a background screening and are Pet CPR / First Aid certified, or in the process of becoming certified.
Carolyn has had a helping heart since she was young. Growing up, Carolyn and her sister would walk dogs and pet sit for their neighbors. Over the last decade Carolyn has helped many families with their babysitting and house sitting needs. In recent years she has discovered a unique passion for animals, inspired by her sister who has extensive experience running her own pet sitting business. During the same time her mother also started a care-giving business called "Thank Goodness She is Here", but she passed away shortly after its launch. The loss of her mom, and the recent passing of her sister's dog Skyla, has reinforced Carolyn's passion for the beautiful bond between humans and animals. She understands how important it is to provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that someone reliable and trustworthy is taking care of your pets while you are away.
Gail grew up in Scottsdale and graduated from ASU with a BA in History. She later moved to California, married husband Steve, raised two now-grown children Robert and Maggie in Davis, CA and presently divides her time between northern California and Scottsdale. Gail and her family have loved many pets throughout the years, mostly rescues including dogs, cats, rodents, and chickens. Presently, she and her husband live with their senior dog Roxy, an abandoned chihuahua/terrier mix mom with three puppies discovered under a house in LA many years ago. They kept Roxy and one of the puppies, Chewy, and found a perfect home for the two other puppies with a neighbor. Chewy developed distemper at four months old even after vaccinations, becoming disabled and unable to walk because of neurological damage. He was able to pull himself around but for the most part he was carried everywhere by Gail, a 15lb weight that made her left arm very strong! Sadly Chewy succumbed to the effects of the disease in early 2018, but he lived a very happy and joyful life for 12 years and is greatly missed by everyone who knew him. Gail also cares for several rescued feral kitties when in Pinecrest, CA where she and her husband own an Air BNB. Gail can't imagine a life that isn't filled with the love of animals.
Kristi has been very passionate about animals her entire life, growing up around horses, cows, chickens and rabbits. She received her first pony for her 2nd birthday and has numerous pets ever since. Kristi currently has 3 horses, 3 cats, and a dog. She loves spending time with all animals and giving them all the love and attention they deserve, pet sitting professionally since 2015 and years before that for family and friends. Kristi looks forward to meeting your pets and providing a personable service that treats them as if they were family.
Jennifer is from Los Angeles and moved to Arizona in 2005. She has a long hair cat named Buttons that she rescued from UTSA via Facebook - ask her about that story sometime! Jennifer has owned dogs in the past and can't wait to have a dog again one day. In the meantime, she gets her "dog fix" by caring for and loving on other people's pups. She has been pet sitting since 2010 and is so excited to get to know more four-legged kiddos!
Savannah is a licensed esthetician, avid outdoorsmen, and is passionate about wildlife. She is an avid outdoorsman, and is passionate about wildlife. She was raised on a ranch in California, with animals always at the center of her life. Savannah adores her four dogs Aspen, Josi, Kenzi, Tikka and guinea pig Mia, and loves any opportunity she gets to meet and care for pets ~ any animal from horses to hamsters!
Jenifer has always had a passion for animals, having pets in her home at all times. Thaddeus is her young cattle dog who is part of the family and full of energy 24/7! He loves learning new tricks and visiting the dog park. Jenifer is currently a 5th grade teacher, primarily working with students who speak English as a second language. Prior to this, she was a Special Education teacher and has worked with preschool aged children for over 6 years.
Growing up, Jenifer was a volunteer at her local Petco to assist with dog and cat adoptions every weekend for several years. She has been pet sitting for family, friends, and friends of friends since 2012. During that time she has cared for various types of animals in a multitude of life stages. She knows how hard it is to leave loved ones behind and hopes to ease the transition while families are away from their furry friends.
Jennifer has lived in Arizona since the age of two, first residing in Tucson and now living in Phoenix. She adores her two very spoiled pups, a Maltese named Penny and a Silky Terrier named Max. Max was found and rescued off the street. She also has three pampered kitties, Cheetos, Toby, and Doja, two of which were also rescued as strays. Jennifer has had a strong love for animals her entire life. As a child she would try to save every injured bird or lizard she came across. She grew up riding horses and worked at a riding stable during the summers. Jennifer has been professionally caring for pets since 2014. She is very nurturing and intuitive with all animals. Jennifer's nature is to treat every animal as if it were her own, with lots of love, kindness, and gentle care. It is her top priority to ensure every animal's needs (and wants) are met to the fullest potential.
Using a professional pet sitter provides many benefits for both pets and pet parents. Once you experience professional pet care in your home, you'll never worry about being away from your pet again.
Pets remain in their own home, surrounded by familiar sights, smells, and sounds. Most pets adapt best to their family's absence by staying in their regular environment, resulting in less anxiety and stress.
No boarding, where your pets are exposed to other animals, possibly resulting in illness or injury. No need to plan your trip around specific drop off or pick up hours. Your pets are the last ones you see upon leaving and the first to greet you upon return.
Pets stay on their normal routine with visits customized to their individual needs. This can be especially critical for a young or senior animal.
Pets receiving medical treatment will remain on their medication schedule, administered by a professional.
A pet sitter can handle taking your pet to appointments in your absence, such as groomers or vets.
No more need to persuade a family member or neighbor to care for your pets. You have peace of mind knowing your pets and home are in a professionals hands.
Your pet will get one-on-one attention and customized care, with plenty of love and playtime.
Your home will be kept secure. Mail will be brought in, light/blinds rotated and anything else needed to maintain that "lived in" look.