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Our Featured Member! Heather Clark, owner of H & H Pet Servives, LLC.

Heather joined Az Pet Professionals in January of 2010. She has been a dedicated member since!
If you have had a positive experience with Heather and H & H Pet Services, please feel free to leave a comment for her at the end of the following article! Thank you!

H & H Pet Services LLC is looking forward to an exciting year ahead!

New Facility!

We have recently opened a new boarding home just for the dogs called the “Dog House”. But we also welcome cats and others pets too! The Dog House is a friendly home environment for pets to stay while their owners are away.

Dogs and cats stay in a room – not a kennel.
It feels like HOME!

There is also acreage for the dogs to run and play.

Having fun in the Homey Environment! Romping in the yard!

Located in San Tan Valley/Queen Creek off of Ironwood Rd just 1 mile North of Ocotillo or 8 miles South of US 60.

Starting at a low fee of $25 a night for dogs.

Feel free to contact Heather at 602-524-3565 if you would like to set up an appointment to visit the Dog House.

We also offer pet sitting at your home.

Able to come to your home 1 to 2 visits per day to care for your pets and check on your property.
Serving Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Apache Junction and East Mesa areas.

Cost: Starting at $18 a visit.

We have been in business since April 2007 and have experience with caring for dogs, cats, small rodents, birds, exotics, reptiles, fish, goats, and horses.
My partner Heidi has been a Vet Technician for over 16 years.

Heather is certified in pet CPR. We are also a member of the Better Business Bureau.

H & H Pet Services believes strongly in adoption. Heather is a foster mom with AZ Chihuahua Rescue. Featured below is “Princess” who is a sweet 3 year old female Chiweenie who needs to find her forever home.
To see all of our fosters visit

Princess is waiting for her new home!
 For more information about our services and fees please visit our website at

Call Heather at: 602-524-3565. 
Email Heather at:

Thanks Heather! We are proud to have you as an
Az Pet Professional!

Thank you for your continued Support of the Az Pet Professionals! From all of us! We work for YOU!

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