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H & H Pet Services LLC-Featured Pet Expert!


What a perfect way to start "National Professional Pet Sitters Week" with our very own Heather Clark, showcasing her Professional Boarding and Pet Sitting Services! Heather has been with the Az Pet Professionals since 2009 and we couldn't be more proud to know her, incredibly lucky to be able to refer her to pet parents, and honored that she is one of our amazing Pet Experts!
Thanks Heather!


H & H Pet Services LLC provides quality pet care at affordable prices. We have boarding in a pet friendly home called The Dog House (although cats and other pets are welcome too). Dogs and cats stay in rooms inside the home and there is acreage with grass for dogs to run and play. Located in San Tan Valley/Queen Creek off of Ironwood Rd just 1 mile North of Ocotillo or 8 miles South of US60. Starting at a low fee of $25 a night for 1 dog.

Spacious rooms just like home!
Palin is enjoying the large grassy backyard!

We also offer pet sitting at your home. We can come 1 to 3 visits a day to care for your pets and check on your property – including bringing in mail, papers, watering plants, etc.

Serving Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Apache Junction, SE Gilbert and SE Mesa areas. Starting at just $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, horses and pets with special needs.

Insured and Certified in PET CPR & FIRST AID.

We are also a member in good standing with the Better Business Bureau and San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce.

H & H Pet Services believes strongly in pet adoption. Heather is a foster mom with AZ Chihuahua Rescue. Featured below is Heather’s current foster “Coo Two” looking for her new home. To see all of our fosters visit www.azchihuahuarescue.org

COO TWO is looking for her fur-ever home!
For more information about our services and fees please visit our website at www.hhpetservices.com
Or contact Heather at 602-524-3565. 
Email: heather@hhpetservices.com




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