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It all started with a sign in a window. It was 2002, and a rescue group was looking for volunteers. I signed up and started volunteering at every single adoption event, even transporting dogs to and from the events and spending my free time taking the dogs in boarding out for little excursions. There, I met my very first pit bull, a brindle named Bodie. I don't think I even knew what a pit bull was, but I fell deeply and madly in love with Bodie specifically and pit bulls in general. 

After some time in the rescue, one of my fellow volunteers asked me if I had ever considered pet sitting. I had never even heard of pet sitting, but I was interested! From my experience in rescue, I learned how harsh boarding facilities can be, especially to dogs who have spent time in a shelter. Pet sitting, on the other hand, offers them the opportunity to stay comfortable in their own homes while Mom and Dad are out of town. After much consideration and planning, I started Pet Sitter Pro! in 2007, originally based in Orange County, California. 

I ran Pet Sitter Pro! for 8 years before moving from sunny California to even sunnier Arizona. It was incredibly hard to say goodbye to all the animals I had cared for for so long. While sad to see me go, many of my clients were gracious enough to support my endeavor by writing reviews for me on Yelp and allowing me to use them as references for new potential clients in Arizona. I was and continue to be so grateful and touched by their support.

While I love the diversity of pets I get to care for every day, my biggest soft spots are for pit bulls, cats, and seniors of all types. My biggest priority is to provide your pets with the level of care they expect from you. So whether you are going on safari for a month in Africa, or just have a late night at the office, your pets care will continue, uninterrupted, until you get home.

Please remember, I am veterinarian-referred, trusted by the valley's best pet networking group, and have many clients that would be happy to share their experiences with you. I treat your babies like I treat my own.

Pet Sitting, Dog Walking, Pet Transport, and Overnight Stays available in PARTS of: (Please contact us so we can let you know if you reside in our service area) 
  • Gilbert
  • Chandler
  • Queen Creek
  • Mesa

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Sabrina Moeti

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