Best Pet Sitting Services in Indianapolis

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Ask Linda Pet Sitting

Indianapolis, IN 46260
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Ask Linda Pet Sitting is an Indiana pet sitting company that offers dog sitting, dog walking, and cat sitting services. The company also provides puppy training for puppies younger than two months. The company is a member of NAPPS, American Red Cross, Pet Sitters International, and Professional United Pet Sitters organizations.

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Barkefellers

Indianapolis, IN 46227
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Barkefellers is a pet resort that accommodates dogs and other pets of all sizes and breeds. The Indianapolis Company offers grooming services, comfortable living conditions, and training services through its university. Customers must deposit $25 to book an overnight stay for their pet. Barkefellers offers meals for pets, with all meals meeting nutritional requirements for each pet. The company offers reward programs with perks that include free nights of luxury pet lodging, day care visits, playtime activities, and grooming services.

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Happy Tails Pet Sitting

Indianapolis, IN 46220
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Happy Tails Pet Sitting offers personalized pet sitting, dog walking, and mid-day services in Indianapolis. The company helps walk dogs and takes care of other pets. The pet sitters come to clients’ houses and take care of pets in their familiar surroundings. The company is bonded and insured, and it opened in 2008. The company has certifications from Pet Sitters International, the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, Pet Sitters Associates, Professional United Pet Sitters, and PetSit USA.

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Pet Sitting of Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN 46217
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Pet Sitting of Indianapolis offers pet sitting services in Indiana including daily pet visits and vacation pet care. The company is insured and bonded, and it is covered by Pet Sitters Associates. Insurance covers property damage while in the company’s care, care for clients’ pets, and lost or stolen keys. The owner of the company has over five years of experience in the veterinary field and three years of experience in the pet sitting business. The company is currently under construction.

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Pounce ‘n Play Pet Sitting

Indianapolis, IN 46168
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Pounce ‘n Play Pet Sitting offers pet sitting, dog walking and cat sitting services in Indiana. The company offers customized pet care and home care services, and the company’s pet sitters can make several trips to clients’ homes each day while they are traveling for vacation or work. Pounce ‘n Play Pet Sitting is bonded and insured through Business Insurers of the Carolinas. Pet Tech Company certified Pounce ‘n Play in pet first aid.

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The Fat Dachshund

Indianapolis, IN 46239
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The Fat Dachshund is a pet sitting company that offers services for dogs, cats, fish, rabbits, and hamsters in Indianapolis and surrounding areas. The company’s services include dog walking, and feeding, playing, and socializing for all pets. The Fat Dachshund offers discounted multiple-session packages and multi-day or multi-week vacation packages as well. The company is licensed and insured and is a member of Pet Sitters Associates.

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Waggin Tails

Carmel, IN 46032
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Waggin Tails is a pet sitting company that offers dog walking, cat sitting, vacation pet sitting, pet taxi, and overnight boarding services in Indiana. All services include a free, in-home “meet and greet” visit. The company makes visits and walks dogs 365 days a year regardless of the weather. Waggin Tails is insured, which includes coverage for lost keys and coverage for property damage. The company opened more than a decade ago.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Should you write a contract when hiring a pet sitter, and if so- what should be in it?

A: Your pet sitter should provide you with a contract. If the sitter doesn’t, you should write a contract for the sitter to sign. It should include details of the care the sitter agrees to provide for your pet.

Q: Should your pet meet your pet sitter before your trip?

A: Your pet should definitely meet your pet sitter before your trip. Meeting the sitter ahead of time may help reduce the nervousness your pet feels when you leave, compared to being left with a  total stranger. It can also keep your pet from aggressively protecting your home from the sitter.

Q: What items should a professional pet sitter have on hand?

A: A professional pet sitter should have a pet first aid kit on hand as well as comfort items, such as blankets and toys. Professional pet sitters should also have treats to offer pets, as long as owners have approved the treats, as well as an extra leash and carrier for emergencies.

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