Do you need your dog(s) walked or let out when you’re stuck away from home too long? Once we have completed our initial meet and greet, you can rely on your sitter to take care of your BFF when you can’t be there.
Whether it’s a cat or other pet that doesn’t need someone to stay with them, we can check in on your pets for you. Your sitter can pop in and feed, fill waters, clean litter, etc. and send you a report of how things are going.
If you need your pet watched all day but can pick him/her up at night, this may be your best fit. An alternative to traditional doggy daycares, this is done in a host’s home and is a smaller, more intimately controlled group.
If you want to travel but can’t take your BFF with you, consider boarding in a host’s home. Typically, hosts have their own pets, so there is someone to keep your pet company, as he/she fits right into the host’s daily schedule.
If your pet(s) would do better in their own environment, without any other animals or disruption to their daily routine, this option allows your sitter to stay with your pet(s) in the comfort of their own home.
Once your initial questions have been answered, your choices in how to use your host to care for your pet are unlimited. As long as you and your host agree, we will give your BFF the best care you can hope for!
“Lindsey has watched my guys at my apartment twice. She’s now my go to sitter. I’ve had so many bad experiences, it’s GREAT to be able to go away and not worry! Thank you tons Wag Time and Lindsey!”
We are currently overloaded with great clients so we may not be able to honor your request if you haven't used us in the past. If you were referred to a specific Pet Sitter or do not need services in the immediate future, please feel free to proceed and we will get back with you as quickly as we can. If not, we apologize for any inconvenience and wish you the best of luck in finding great care for your BFFs! As we hire new Pet Sitters, our availability will change, so feel free to check back in the future.
Christine & Jacqui