Pet Sitting Hours are generally 6 AM to 10 PM, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Please note that we do not promise specific visit times, but visits are spaced out appropriately. If you do have a visit preference time, or if your pet requires medication, please discuss this with us.
Generally, pet visits are 30 minutes in length. However, flexibility of shorter or longer visits may be accommodated.
Daily Dog Walking/Exercise is provided on an as needed or daily basis. Clients who use this service Monday-Friday every week may choose to pre-pay monthly, entitling them to a discount. Dog walks are scheduled within a two-hour timeframe between 10 AM – 4 PM.
Puppy Potty Breaks are exclusively for puppies at a special rate, with a minimum of two visits per day, while you are at work. Puppy visits are scheduled between the hours of 10 AM – 3 PM. Please keep in mind that even with at least two visits per day, your puppy may still have accidents. As your puppy grows and matures and learns crate training or housebreaking, accidents will occur less often and he can “graduate” to our daily dog walking/exercise visits.
Pet Sitting for business travel, vacations, a weekend get-away and day trips offers your pet excellent care in the comforts of his own home. Three visits per day are recommended for dogs; morning, mid-day and bedtime. In certain circumstances, two visits per day may be sufficient. In these circumstances, visits are scheduled approximately 12 hours apart. Once daily visits for cats, birds and small caged animals are scheduled at approximately the same time each day. Twice daily cat visits are generally scheduled by 10 AM and after 4 PM.
Overnight Pet Sitting is ideal for pets with special care needs, medical problems and separation anxiety or for pets requiring a little extra attention. A minimum of 14 hours will be spent in your home.
Pet Taxi Service is available for vet and grooming appointments, or for any other pet travel needs.
Other Services that provide a “someone’s at home” look may include bringing in mail and newspapers, rotating lights, opening/closing blinds, taking out curbside garbage, watering plants and feeding outdoor birds.