We charge only $20 per visit for a single animal, and $2 for each additional animal
That is $22 two dogs or two cats or a cat and a dog for each visit.
At least 30 minutes of time is spent with each pet visit.
Our services always include:
coming to your house
making sure your animals have the proper amount of fresh food and water
providing quality play time and exercise
If you'd like, we can also provide the following services to give you peace of mind while you're away from your home:
alternating your house lights, newspaper/mail retrieval, watering of Plants, taking out trash and recycling, and other services - just ask.
My company offers overnight care for animals that don't do well when left alone. I stay over and provide scheduled visits throughout the day beginning at 7AM and ending at 10:15PM. The overnight includes 3 ½ hour visit. I do an additional visit of 15 minutes before bed, so the dog does not go to bed without relieving him or herself. We stay until the following morning. This is billed at a flat rate of $70.00. The price needs to remain consistent due the amount of time invested.
Time and a half billed on all Major Holidays, ie; Christmas Day, Thanksgiving,
Memorial Day, Labor Day, New Years Day, July 4th, Easter Sunday.
Our Complementary services:
- No key pick up/drop off fee
- No screening fee at initial meeting
- We ask that a deposit of 50% of the first bill is paid at the initial meeting. In the event of cancellation on the part of the customer (exclusing sudden illness of pet or owner, severe weather) we do retain a 25% cancellation fee.
I am licensed, bonded, insured, and a member of PSI, NAPPS, and come highly recommended by my current clients and veterinarians.
I have owned animals for over twenty years and have been told that I am very good in relating to them and serving their needs.
There may be a small sucharge for special tasks for special medical needs of animals - typically $2 for a simple pill or diabetic shot or say $10 for subcutaneous intravenous saline. We would be happy to talk about your pets specific needs.See Special Needs.