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Worried about leaving your pet in an unfamiliar situation with a pack of noisy dogs? Some pets just do better at home. Rest easy knowing your pet is receiving individual attention and care by a licensed vet tech! 

NOTE: Kailyn no longer offers overnight pet-sitting due to the arrival of her newborn baby girl 

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Kailyn will make sure your pet's specific needs are met while you are away.  She will keep your pet worry-free and maintain their current schedule which can include any or all of the following: close monitoring of medical conditions, a short walk, feeding, medication administration, potty breaks, and play time. She is also happy to bring in your mail, water plants, clean the litter box, and maintain your home standards.

 

 30-45 minute Day-Time Visit:

Dogs: $30 Cats: $25

$5 for each additional dog/cat

Our Pet Sitting Policies

Travel Charge: $3/mile over 5 miles from 97702, limit of 10 extra miles

 

All services are to be paid in advance of the coming services. Peak holiday services for new clients require a $100 deposit at time of booking to guarantee your spot. Balance due prior to departure.

 

THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL $10 HOLIDAY SURCHARGE PER VISIT DURING THE PEAK HOLIDAY PERIOD (DAY OF HOLIDAY, DAY BEFORE, AND DAY AFTER) OUTLINED BELOW:

    MEMORIAL WEEKEND
    JULY 4TH
    LABOR DAY
    THANKSGIVING
    CHRISTMAS  (CLOSED CHRITMAS DAY) 
    NEW YEARS

 

Cancellations:

  • One week notification — full refund

  • Less than 7 days notification — you will be charged for half the estimated stay

 

Our Process:

  • Initial Phone Intake: 10-15 minute chat where we go over your dog's history and needs, find out more about what you’re looking for, and tell you about how we operate. Free

  • In-Person Meet-and-Greet: 20 - 30-minute meeting at your home where we introduce ourselves to you and and your pet and again discuss your pet’s needs and make sure everyone feels comfortable and confident moving forward. Free