Welcome to my website and thank you for taking the opportunity to learn a bit about me. I have provided pet sitting services since 2000 and I have been in this athe Plant City area since 2002. I provide a safe, discreet service for you, your pets and home.
The new KITTY EXPRESS is for the cat that really doesn't like visitors. This visit is simply to feed, water and change the litter. Visits are midday each day.
Vacation pet sitting includes a 30 minute visit the number of times a day (up to 3x, sometimes 4) that you request. A visit will include a first potty break for dogs, time to eat and play, then a walk or another potty break. It is your preference that will determine the final schedule. Cat visits are usually 1 or 2x per day and generally include feeding, cleaning litter and playtime if the cat desires. Additional services are sometimes needed such as bringing in the mail, newspaper or taking out the trash. All are included with your pet sitting fee.
Midday doggie walk visits are a 1/2 - 1 mile walk depending on what your dog can handle and the time of year. I have some dogs that I walk a mile during the heat of the summer and they can handle it, or older dogs that just need a potty break and a good scratch on the back or belly (their preference!) Midday walks are generally from 10am - 3pm.
Puppy Potty Training visit - this visit is geared towards the new puppy owner who cannot make it home for potty visits. Visits are 15-20 minutes in length including a short walk and time to stretch those new puppy legs.
Happy hour visits are from 4-7pm. This time frame is especially helpful for the client who has errands to run after work, they have a happy hour function after work and just don't want to run home, or are working late. The happy hour visit is the same walk as a midday visit.
I am proud to announce that I am now a Certified Dog Obedience Trainer effective February 2012!!
AND AS OF 1/22/13 I am a certified PET FIRST AID INSTRUCTOR! All new clients are welcome to a free class in Snout to Tail assessment, CPR instruction and choking management. These are three critical techniques that you should know as a pet owner.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to meeting you!