Your pets are part of your family, and as such they deserve the best. Many times moving them to the loud, unfriendly environment of a traditional boarding kennel can cause more harm than good especially if they are elderly or have health issues. Pets often come back with diarrhea, thinner from not eating, or just plain full of anxiety. And wait until you have to go out of town again… Good luck finding them to get them in the car next time even if they are only going to the groomer!
Pets (and people) are most comfortable and thrive in the environment they’ve come to know as their own, with their own familiar smells, sights, visitors, and routines. No one knows this better than a pet parent who has to chase their furry friend around the house in an effort to get ready to catch a plane, train, or bus. And what boarding kennel takes snakes, hamsters, ferrets, Chinchillas, fish, pigs, horses, or birds?
The alternative... Professional In-Home Pet Care and Dog Walking services. No longer will you have to spend 10 minutes rounding up your pet to corral them in a crate, another 30 to drive them to the vet, and another 30 minutes to get back to the house to grab your packed bags to head to your destination.
As a Georgia Pet Sitter serving the North Georgia Area since 2005, Choices Pet Sitters is a Professional In-Home Pet Care / Dog Walking Company. We also visit and care for small farms while you get a much needed rest. Our personal services are designed to eliminate the added stress on you and your pet if you have to leave home suddenly, have a late meeting, or have scheduled travel time. Our pet sitters follow your pet's daily routines, taking care of their dietary, health, and companionship needs, while keeping your pet in the comfortable environment that he or she is accustomed to being in each day. Services are customized to your pets needs as much as possible including mid-day walks for a new puppy, elderly dog, or rambunctious teenaged dog that just needs a little attention and potty break. Rates are based on the number and types of pets you have as well as your location from Hwy 515 in Jasper.
Set up your “Meet and Greet” with Choices Pet Sitters to get to know us and so we can get you know you and your pet care needs. After that, let us be there for your pets while you are on vacation, going to a trade show, welcoming a new arrival in the hospital, or whenever the occasion has you away from home. We’ll come to you to care for your pets, saving you time, decreasing your stress level, and often times saving you money especially if you have more than one pet.
Reservations for pet sitting, farm sitting or house sitting services are suggested, but not always required once you have set up your account. At that point we know what services you require and what special needs your pets have so we are just a phone call away. Call 678-253-PETS (7387) today and have your pet / house sitting or dog walking plans in place for your next time away from home.
We are members of Pet Sitters International, Professional United Pet Sitters Association, and The Humane Society of the United States. Locally we are also members of the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce, The Pickens County Sheriff's Office Business Watch Program and several Community Watch Programs.
We serve Pickens and North Cherokee Counties in Georgia including the cities and areas ofJasper (30143), Talking Rock (30175), Bent Tree (30143), Big Canoe (30143), Tate (30177),Nelson (30151), and Ball Ground (30107).
Licensed, bonded, and insured for your peace of mind.
Choices Pet Sitters is actively seeking the "best of the best" in pet care staff.
Our clients deserve the best. To that end, we will go the extra mile to find exceptional staff to hire.
If you have a flexible schedule, want a career where you LOVE what you do, and meet our basic staff requirements, you might be a good fit for one of our staff positions. Please visit our EMPLOYMENT page for more information.
In-Home Pet Care
Pet ownership in the United States is continually on the rise. Currently, 63 percent of all American households have pets. The US pet population includes some 73 million dogs, 90 million cats and 16 million birds plus fish, hamsters and other animals. These pets are happiest when they're home, surrounded by familiar sights, smells and sounds.
Lost A Pet?
Contact local shelters, vets, friends, area service personnel, and ask for sightings. Post fliers in restaurants, local postal mailing services, banks and more (ask permission first).
Also post on Pet Amber Alert Sites such as https://www.facebook.com/PetAmberAlert on Facebook. (Some states have their own Facebook Pet Amber Alert sites.)
Internet FYI: If you feel like the font is too small to read on any web site you find on the Internet, hold down the Ctrl button while scrolling UP on your mouse wheel. This will increase the page size on your monitor to make it easier to read. (Conversely, holding down the Ctrl key while scrolling down on your mouse wheel will make a screen that looks huge get smaller and fit better on your screen.)
Pet Food Recalls
U.S. Food and Drug Administration