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Pet Expert of the week- Play Time Pet Care

"Ziggy is upside down for Play Time Pet Care!"

Not your TYPICAL pet sitters...

What is pet sitting? We realize there are a lot of people that have never used a professional pet sitter before, or even heard of a pet sitter. We've created a FREE e-book to answer some of the most common questions. Look for the down loadable link at the bottom of this article.

Our own personal experiences with missing our pets, wondering how they are doing, assuming they were being taken care of the way we would, is how Play Time Pet Care was born. We understand that guilty feeling when leaving our pets for vacation or when you have to travel for work. It's hard to look at their adorable faces and tell them you'll see them in a few days, and it's scary to leave your family members in the care of strangers.

This is why it is important for us to help you feel as stress free as possible about leaving your pets at home. You'll get to know your sitter during the meet and greet and you'll get to see how your pets react to them. You'll feel like you're at home once you start getting photo updates from your sitter.

Share the photos you get from your daily dog walker or potty break sitter with your co-workers. Yes, we even send photo updates when visiting your puppy every day while you're at work.

These are just some of the reasons people ask for our help:

  • Taking a business trip or going on vacation
  • Working long hours
  • Just got a new puppy
  • New to the area and looking for recommendations on vets, groomers, doggy day care or pet friendly businesses
  • Prefer to leave their pets at home

Play Time Pet Care isn't your average pet sitting company. Mix and match our services to your hearts content.
  • Live in services
  • Overnight services
  • Daily visits
  • Daily dog walking
  • Hourly pet sitting
  • Pet taxi service
                         "Play Time Pet Care owner, Jenna, playing with her special dog friend."

Here's how we are different:
  • The only professional pet sitting company, in the far east valley, that employs their pet sitters rather than sub-contracting the work
  • Our visits aren't timed. We are there as long as your pet needs us
  • One pet, 5 problem...doesn't cost extra
  • We have personal recommendations for everything pet

Our gift to you is this FREE e-book, explaining how to work effectively with a pet sitter.
Woof! Meow!

Thanks! Jenna

Business website:
Business telephone: 480-292-9735

"Jenna has been an Az Pet Professional for over 2 years now and we are so honored to have her as part of our group! She is one of the most compassionate, honest, dependable persos I have had the pleasure to know. When it comes to Jenna's business, I can't toot her horn enough! She is genuinely in love with her job and has a compassion not only for the pets in her care, but the clients as well. Her incredible business mind makes her business even all the more better. Thank you Jenna for being such an important part of Az Pet Professionals!"
Kim MacCrone

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