Are you reluctant to leave your Springs Apartments home for vacation or a business trip because you're worried about pet care? Fortunately, there are a number of qualified pet sitters in the Twin Cities area with experience at providing first-class care. Leave home guilt-free when you entrust your precious pet to these top pet sitters.
Lucky Dog Pet Care
Your dog will indeed feel lucky when you leave him in the care of these friendly, professional sitters. Daytime, evening and overnight services are available in either your home or the sitter's home. Lucky Dog also has a pet taxi service to transport your dog to appointments or pick up pet supplies when you're short on time. All sitters are licensed, bonded and certified in pet CPR and first aid.
Four Seasons Pet Care
This family owned-and-operated business has been serving the Twin Cities since 1991. In 2013 they received a Super Service Award from popular referral site Angie's List. In addition, principal owner Steven Adams was named one of the top five pet care specialists in the country by Pet Sitters International. Four Seasons specializes in senior and diabetic pets who may need extra care.
Kim's Critter Care
Kim Rinde, the company's namesake, has been caring for cats and dogs her entire life. She has also spent time as a foster parent for three local pet rescue groups. Kim and her husband, who serves as her occasional assistant, are both fully bonded and insured for your security.
Whiskers to Tails Pet Sitting
Husband-and-wife owners Mike and Linda were inspired to start their own business after seeing the benefits of in-home pet sitting firsthand with their own dog and cat. They have been so successful that last year they received the Super Service Award from Angie's List. Enjoy additional peace of mind with Whiskers to Tails' "Tail Mail" service. Mike and Linda record videos of their visits and email them to you so you can view them wherever you are.
The Ruff Break
The Ruff Break is a company specializing in pet-sitting and doggy fitness. In-home pet-sitting visits include a "Ruff Break," an exercise session designed for your dog's specific needs. Activities include walks and hikes, roller blading and running. You can also schedule Ruff Breaks on a regular basis even when you're not away from home.
If you would like more information about choosing a pet sitter, contact the National Association of Pet Sitters (856.439.0324) or Pet Sitters International (336.983.9222).