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We are proud to have Sandy Aaron as a Member of Az Pet Professionals! Below you can read a little bit about Sandy in her own words. Sandy is very active in the community, does volunteer work for various shelters, Is dedicated, works hard and takes pride in her business! She is a committed professional and very down to earth.

Our Network Group meets each month and Sandy attends nearly every meeting.
We have all developed strong professional and personal relationships with her. I know I can trust referring her as can all of our members. We are very fortunate to have her in our Network Group!

I'm Sandy Aaron and I am proud of my locally owned and operated Pet Butler business.
Our local team includes: myself, Dave, Eddie, Jeff, and Danielle.
We provide service to homes, apartment communities, HOAs, condos, townhomes, and dog parks in Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, and central Phoenix.

After a 20-year career as a Computer Support Administrator, I decided to look for an opportunity where I could work directly in and with the community. I found Pet Butler and was immediately drawn to its values and core system.
The idea of working outdoors, being around animals, and providing such a necessary service was just what I was looking for!
I have lived in Gilbert for 16 years. I have been involved in many different aspects of community service. I am a strong believer in getting involved in our communities.

I have been married for 24 years, and have two children and one grandson.

I have always been owned by at least one dog. My current owner is 10 year-old Buddy, the Bichon Frise. Buddy takes good care of my family, and sometimes forgets that he is not human!
If you’ve “Got Poop”, give us a call so we can show you why we are #1 in the #2 business!

I'd like to mention about our commitment to pet rescue. We donate our clean-up services at all the pet rescue events around phoenix metro. We also financially support pet rescues!

For further information, please visit my business website at:
You may also email me at: or
call me at: 480-600-6139 or  1-800-738-2885
Thank you for your continued support!

Thanks Sandy! If any of you have a positive story to tell us about Sandy and her Services, please comment for us! Thank you!
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