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H & H Pet Services LLC- Pet Sitting in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley!

H & H Pet Services LLC

Owner - Heather Clark
Heather and one of many pet friends
Business Phone: 602-524-3565
Business website:

H & H Pet Services provides quality pet care at affordable prices. If you're like us, your pets have become family members. When you can't be home for them, whether because of work, vacation or other obligations, you want them taken care of with the same love and attention you give them. 
That's exactly what we do - because we love your pets just like family!

Heather Clark, owner of H & H Pet Services, has been a professional pet sitter since 2007. She is highly recommended by local vet clinics and is a founding member with Pinal County Chamber of Commerce. She has vast experience with dogs, cats, reptiles, rodents, small pets, exotics, chickens, and horses.  

Boarding is in a pet friendly home called
 "The Dog House." 

Located in San Tan Valley off of Ironwood Rd - 
Just 1 mile North of Ocotillo or 8 miles 
South of US 60.

Pets stay in rooms inside the home where there is acreage for dogs to run and play each day. 
Starting at a low fee of $25 a night for 1 dog. 
We also board cats and caged pets!

1. Pet(s) stay in an actual home with A/C.

2. A safe large grass yard for dogs to run & play! Double fenced with 6 Ft block wall.

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. Most breeds accepted - including Pitbulls, Dobermans & Shepherds

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

8. We are insured & certified 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 have always passed!

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

11. Our home is a "smart" home for the safety of your pets. Meaning we have alarms, cameras, and sensors that alert us right away if anything needs our attention. 

Example of room setups

In addition we also provide pet sitting at your home.
We can come to your home 1 to 3 visits a day to care for your pets and check on your property; including bringing in your mail, newspapers, watering your plants, taking out trash, etc. 
Cats require at least 1 daily visit. 
Dogs at least 2 daily visits.
We do not offer dog walking or overnights.

Pet Sitting fees and Service Areas:
Serving Queen Creek & San Tan Valley. Starting at just $18 a visit - but may increase due to number of pets or services needed.

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 

 Lady - Heather's current foster up for adoption

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

Or contact Heather at 602-524-3565
Texting or email is best!

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Thank you Heather!! 
Heather has been a long time member of Az Pet Professionals and we are so proud to introduce and showcase her Dog House!! We trust Heather with our own fur families and you can too! 

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