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Cloud 9 Pet Sitting- Scottsdale's Best and most Trusted!


Introducing our Scottsdale Pet Sitter! 

We are delighted to represent a professional, dedicated pet service for our Scottsdale pet owners! If you or friends live in Scottsdale and are looking for a trusted pet sitter and are within Angela's service areas please read and share!


 Meet Angela with her beloved dogs!

Call if you are in our service area. 

480-314-1232

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Cloud 9 Pet Sitting goes above and beyond for your pets and home!”. Since 2001 we have been caring for clients’ pets and homes in North Scottsdale in Dc Ranch, McDowell Mountain Ranch, Grayhawk, and Sweetwater Ranch. Area’s 85255 and 85260.

We are highly specialized in caring for your pets in this desert environment and are highly detailed and compassionate in our care.


We are a licensed company and are insured and bonded. That means extra peace of mind for you and no worries! 

We offer in your home pet care when you leave town for vacations, business trips, long hours at work, or just a day at the spa! We are always there for our clients. Our staff is highly trained and I only hire the BEST most experienced people, nothing less! 

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If I can’t give them a key to my home, they're not good enough to enter your home. For extra assurance each employee is background checked. Rest assured, I only hire trustworthy, compassionate, and responsible adults.

Planning a trip away? 
It is easy to schedule with Cloud 9 Pet Sitting! Schedule online on our encrypted website and you’ll see how easy it is. If you prefer you can always call, email or text me to schedule visits as well. Easy! We are an A+ BBB accredited business and Angie's List member.

We have awesome reviews at Angie’s List, Google + and Thumbtack! 

Our clients love us as much as we love their pets!

Call this number if you are in our service area:
 480-314-1232

For more information please see Angela's Website: www.cloud9petsitting.com







Angela Carlson- Owner

Angela is also trained and educated in Pet CPR and First Aid. You can trust that Angela will know what to do if your pet becomes ill or injured while in her care.


Help us to help the less fortunate. http://www.gofundme.com/AzAngelsforpets
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