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Active Paws- MOVE YOUR MUTT!

It's the last couple of days of "National Walk Your Dog Week" and we think you will agree that there is no business other than Katie's that is perfect to showcase during this fun week! 
Katie has been a member of Az Pet Professionals since December of 2013. We've watched her business grow including offering additional services like her dog Pet Sitting. We are very proud Katie is part of our network of pet experts! We know Katie personally and professionally, can honestly tell you she is a true pet lover and hope that you will also take a minute to get to know her! 

Active Paws is now offering Pet Sitting to most of the East Valley.  Service area is ALL of Gilbert, most of Chandler and Mesa, and Queen Creek when schedule permits!  
Pet sitting is not only for dogs, but for any other household critters you may have.

 Volunteer work is a large part of my philosophy at Active Paws.  I spent anywhere from 5-15 hours a week volunteering at Friends for Life Animal Rescue in Gilbert, AZ.  I participate in care giving, walking and socializing dogs and helping to evaluate new intakes so that we are able to learn more about them and place them in the best possible home!

With the weather getting nicer, dogs can finally get that exercise they need and deserve.  Whether you just need a potty break for your dog during a long work day, a walk for your high energy pooch or someone to provide love and care while you are out of town - Active Paws can take care of that all for you!

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