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Comfort Crew Pet Sitters

Fort Worth, TX 76180
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Comfort Crew Pet Sitters offer pet sitting and care services in the Fort Worth, Texas area and throughout Tarrant County. Comfort Crew Pet Sitters offers pet sitting, dog walking, in-home sitting, overnight and extended overnight visits, pet taxi, and house checks. Every pet service comes with feeding and fresh water, pet walks, medication administration, cleaning out litter boxes, playtime, and more. Comfort Crew Pet Sitters can also perform home services including watering indoor and outdoor plants, newspaper and mail retrieval, alternating home lights and blinds, and trash services. Comfort Crew Pet Sitters is fully bonded and insured, a member of Pet Sitters International, and certified in Pet First Aid and CPR.

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Kay’s Pet Care

euless, TX 76039
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Kay’s Pet Care offers professional sitting services in the Euless, Bedford, Grapevine, Colleyville, and parts of Southlake. Kay has over 15 years of pet experience and has previously worked as a vet technician and a dog breeder. Kay’s Pet Care offers pet feeding, pet walking, and tending to any medical needs directed by owner or veterinarian. Kay’s Pet Care can also perform basic home services such as mail retrieval and home checks. Kay’s Pet Care is fully insured and can also provide references from previous clients and veterinarians upon request. Services start at a base fee and increase depending on length and type of services requested.

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Kelly’s Pet Sitting

Grapevine, TX 76051
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Kelly’s Pet Sitting is a local pet care provider, offering her care and services in the Grapevine, Texas area. Kelly’s Pet Sitting was started in 2015 by Kelly, the owner and sole employee, after moving to Texas from England. Kelly quickly fell in love with animals when she moved as she was not allowed to have pets where she previously lived. Kelly’s Pet Sitting services include vacation visits, dog walking, work visits, and pet boarding. Each visit also comes with feeding and water, potty breaks, litter box cleaning, and playtime. Kelly’s Pet Sitting is insured and bonded for extra pet and owner protection.

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Patty to the Rescue

Arlington, TX 76006
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Patty to the Rescue is a pet sitting service that offers care and sitting services to pets in the Arlington, Texas area, including North Grand Prairie, Euless, and other adjacent areas. Patty to the Rescue is experience in taking care of various animals, such as dogs, cats, hamsters, mice, lizards, and snakes. Patty to the Rescue offers basic pet care services such as solo walks, pet sitting, and playtime visits. The company can also perform basic home services including litter box cleaning, mail and newspaper retrieval, home presence services, and plant watering. Patty to the Rescue is a member of Pet Sitters International and insured through Pet Sitters Associates.

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TurnKey Pet & Home Sitting

Keller, TX 76248
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TurnKey Pet & Home Sitting is a local pet care business that offers their services in the Keller, NRH, and North Fort Worth areas of Texas. TurnKey Pet & Home Sitting specializes in long and short-term pet sitting. The company can also offer midday walks, and potty break visits. TurnKey Pet & Home Sitting can support the varying needs of pets. Lisa Bradburn, the owner and caregiver, has served on the Board of Directors for the Keller Chamber of Commerce and has kept in business for over nine years. TurnKey Pet & Home Sitting is bonded and insured for extra pet and client security.

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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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