Pet Gallery #7

Animal Energy

Because we work off your pet’s energy, our services are geared more toward your pet’s needs and less toward punching a time clock. While we have a schedule we work to keep, if an animal has a special need for a visit or two that you may not have known about (vomiting, diarrhea, trouble getting down the stairs because of age or surgery, etc.), we will accommodate that pet to the best of our ability with our scheduled that day. 

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We are working with sentient beings who may just need a little special attention once in a while. Because of special needs that might crop up unexpectedly, we don’t guarantee a set visit time. Instead, you are invited to choose a “window of time” for us to visit your pets – morning, late morning, mid-day, and/or evening.  If you prefer to have a more set schedule for your pets let us know and we will let you know if we can accommodate your request.

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A release of stress through a walk, mental exercises, or playtime during the visit can help de-stress the pet. Taking the time to read their body language before we leave your home is important. That way we can tell if they are comfortable and feeling safe. 

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Check out some less common pets we’ve had the pleasure of caring for in Pet Gallery #8.