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Sue's Pet Friends-Our Tempe Pet Sitter

Sue’s Pet Friends

Sue Higbee, owner of Sue’s Pet Friends
Business Cell Phone: 480-628-6958

"I have been a professional pet sitter for over 13 years. I wouldn’t trade it for my life for any other profession. The kindness and love I get from animals keeps my life whole. My pet owners love to spoil their kids and I just follow along spoiling them the same. Having wonderful pet owners is the key to success. Communication is very important! That's why we leave notes or send text messages, especially with pictures! This is a great way to keep our clients happy and worry free.

This is Hansel Frederick, my very first client. I have just found out he has cancer. This is the part of my job that is hard. We love them like they were our own. I will be there to hold his paw and his Mom’s hand when the time comes.

We care for special needs animals. Caroline has scoliosis so she needs to be handled with care. We care for a lot of seniors who need medication daily. Including diabetic’s. We can transport your animal to the vet’s office when needed.


Playtime is a must to keep your animals from getting bored although some animals need a little more exercise than others.

Putting in the extra time to keep them happy and content is what is most important.

I have contractors that are caring and compassionate about what they do. I have just hired a new girl that has a lot of experience with animals. Please welcome Meredith to my team. She will help out with visits and overnights.

Dave has been with me for over 10 years still doing visits and overnights.

Jenn is also helping out part time. She’s been with me for about 6 years. I will only have her on my team for a few more months and then she will be getting married.

I will be looking for someone to hire next year in the Ahwatukee/Tempe area so if you know of anyone please send them my way.

We are Bonded and Insured for everyone’s safety.

We care for your animals in Tempe, Ahwatukee and most of Chandler. Chandler, only to Ocotillo and McQueen. We have daily visits and overnights.

We do accept new client’s last minute for your animals most of the time (upon availability and location) without charging extra. You can check out our prices on our website.

In the end the gratitude from an animal is priceless!" Your friend and professional pet sitter, Sue.

Sue Higbee, owner of Sue’s Pet Friends
Business Cell Phone: 480-628-6958

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