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H & H Pet Services, LLC- In the DOG HOUSE!

Meet Heather!! Owner of H & H Pet Services, LLC

H & H Pet Services LLC provides quality pet care at affordable prices. 

H & H Pet Services has boarding in a pet friendly home called, appropriately, "The Dog House" (see tour of home below on You Tube).

Your pets stay in rooms inside the home and there is acreage with grass for dogs to run and play. Located in beautiful San Tan Valley/Queen Creek off of Ironwood Rd, just 1 mile North of Ocotillo or 8 miles South of US 60. 

Dog House fees start at an incredible low fee of just $25 a night for 1 dog.

Why you should board with us!

1. Pet(s) stay in an actual home with working a/c!

2. A large grass yard for dogs to run & play!

3. Pet(s) are not kept in outdoor kennels.

4. Very affordable prices - no hidden charges.

5. A pet family can stay together - but must be from the same household.

6. No breed discrimination!

7. We will provide text or email updates with pictures!

8. We have full coverage business insurance and are trained in Pet CPR and First     Aid.

9. We have a permit with Pinal County Animal Control that requires annual inspections and surprise visits from inspectors. We've passed every year!

10. We have an A+ rating with the BBB!

11. Our home is a "smart" home for the safety of your pets.

Take a Video tour of dog house: 

In Home Pet Sitting

We also offer pet sitting at your home.
We are able to visit your home 1 to 3 times a day to care for your pets and check your property – including bringing in your mail/papers, watering your plants, moving trash can to and from curb, and poop patrol!

Serving Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, South A.J., and SE Mesa areas. 
Visits starting at just $18 per 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 for completion of class in pet CPR and First Aid makes us even better prepared to care for your pet! 

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. 

To see our available dogs please visit

For more information about H & H Pet Services LLC, please visit our website at

 Or contact Heather at 602-524-3565. Email:

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