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Our professional pet sitters are lovingly referred to by many clients as “Aunty” (Auntie Jenna, Auntie Melissa, Auntie Starla).  It has been said that we help “make dreams come true”.    

Our team of professional pet sitters are animal lovers at heart and go above and beyond for each and every client to ensure peace of mind while they are away.

Peace of Mind
You will have peace of mind knowing your pet(s) are being well taken care of when receiving text or email updates with photos of your pet(s).  You can reach your primary pet sitter at any time with questions or additional instructions while you are away.  We pride ourselves on being highly communicative and reachable to our clients.

Custom Services
The pet sitting services of Play Time Pet Care are performed in our client’s homes.   
We believe that allowing your pet(s) to stay in their home environment, where the sounds and smells are most familiar to them, are essential to their health and mental well-being.   
Our services are totally customizable…this means you can mix and match our services to best fit the needs of your pet(s).  

Our services plans are unique to each family in an effort to keep your pet(s) on their normal routine.

Your Routine = Our Routine
No matter what the routine is our sitters adopt that routine while caring for your pet(s).   
If we are providing overnight/live in services and your pet(s) wake you up at 4am for breakfast, we are up at 4am.  
If your pet(s) sleep with you at night, they sleep with us too.  If they get their exercise in the late evening or early morning, we won’t skip a beat.  

Community Connections
Play Time Pet Care is highly visible in the communities we service. You will often see us at adoption events, hosting "Yappy Hours" and attending other pet related events.   

You can always follow us on our myriad of social media outlets like:
  1. Facebook 
  2. Twitter
  3. LinkedIn
  4. Youtube

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If you live in East Mesa, Gilbert, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon or San Tan Valley and are looking for your fur-ever in home pet sitter, look no further!  Schedule your services today…Our tails are wagging in excitement to meet you!
Thx! Play Time Pet Care.

Business Telephone: 480-292-9735

Thanks Jenna! Az Pet Professionals LOVE you and Playtime Pet Care!

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