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Pet Sitters offering more than just pet sitting

Attention Pet Owners!

Amy and Aubrey want to give you a heads up on booking your vacation pet sits!
We know it's only September but November will be here before you know it and so will your Thanksgiving vacation! But will you have a pet sitter?

If you plan on leaving town and you are in Paws & Whiskers service area; (Paws and Whiskers service parts of North Scottsdale and Cave Creek):


See their professional Website: 

When pet sitters schedule during the holidays, there is no room to "squeeze" another job in. They have committed to the folks that have already reserved. So if you want a spot call them and schedule your Meet and Greet today! 

One thing you should know is that Amy and Aubrey offer really cool additional services on top of pet sitting too! 
Not only do they do daily pet sits, but they also offer dog walking, puppy socialization, noon potty visits and more! You don't even need to be out of town to take advantage of many of their services! 

Thanks for letting us out to potty Paws & Whiskers!

Lunch Time Let Out visits are perfect for pet owners that work long hours and aren't able to let their dogs out for potty breaks. 

Can you imagine holding it for ten hours? 
We can't either! 
What do you mean I have to hold it for 10 hours?
Amy or Aubrey will stop in and let your dogs out to relieve themselves as well as get a little lunch time exercise and fun time! 
Don't feel guilty! We have a solution! 
This added peace of mind will help you focus at your own daily job because you won't be feeling the guilt of your pet being inside all day with no way to relieve himself, not to mention bored to tears!
Now that's worth every cent,  right?

Amy and Aubrey also offer puppy visits, house care visits (Even if you don't have pets), pet taxi, and overnight visits. 

Let's not forget your CATS! 
Cat's also crave attention and being alone all day can be upsetting to many felines. Amy and Aubrey will make sure your kitties will have playtime, clean litter boxes and full tummies, all before you get home from work! 

Aren't they sweet?

Click here to see all of Paws & Whisker's services!

See their FAQ's page  
You'll find answers to questions such as, what areas they service, what is their cancellation policy, how many visits will they make each day, is dog walking included in the pet sitting cost, what happens in case of an emergency, and many more! 

So don't forget! 
If you need a Thanksgiving Pet Sitter IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO RESERVE! In fact, better early than too late!



If you don't live in Paws & Whiskers Pet Sitting Service's area but still wish to find the same mind blowing accommodations, please remember that we have pet sitters in different parts of the valley that you can see by clicking here to go to our pet sitters Page.

Thanks for taking such good care of our pets Paws & Whiskers!
Thanks Pet Owners for entrusting Amy and Aubrey with your fur babies!

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