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$50.00 / Night House Sitting - Long-time Dog and Cat Sitter

Dec 12th, 2021 at 22:42   Services   New York City   74 views

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I am a life-long animal lover that enjoys playing with and taking care of animals. I may like to play, but I will be strict when I need to be. I have been pet sitting for 10 years, both cats and dogs. I also owned a cat for 14 years, and I plan on getting another one someday. Your friend will be in safe hands with me. I am also able to look after any other animals that you may have, not just cats and dogs! when I walk your dog, I guarantee that we will take the safest route possible. I can even take care of your pets while you are out of town, as long as I can stay at your place. Your friend and I will have a great time together. I am available any time on the weekends and after 5pm on the weekdays. I live in the Manhattan/West Harlem area, and I can work in other boroughs. I work full time, but I will spend every possible minute with your pet .I will follow feeding, grooming, and routine instructions to the nth degree. You can count on me to keep your home clean while you're away.

About My Services

I offer:

 

House Sitting: $50 per night. I'm comfortable taking care of dogs who are: small (1-15 lbs), medium (15-40 lbs), large (41-100 lbs), giant (100+ lbs).

Drop-In Visits: $25 per visit. I'm comfortable taking care of dogs who are: small (1-15 lbs), medium (15-40 lbs), large (41-100 lbs), giant (100+ lbs).

Dog Walking: $40 per walk. I'm comfortable taking care of dogs who are: small (1-15 lbs), medium (15-40 lbs), large (41-100 lbs), giant (100+ lbs).

Raves from My Clients

Want to learn more about me and my services? I have 1 reviews on my Rover profile. Check out what my clients had to say:

"Maddi took care of my special needs Manx cat Bunny while I was visiting family. Bunny has Manx syndrome causing her to be unable to balance herself and has anxiety attacks when she is overwhelmed and confused. Maddi was able to handle bunny by talking calmly to her when she missed her litter, making sure she was not hurt when she ran into things and keeping her calm while I was gone. She cleaned up after Bunny when Bunny missed her kitty litter and cleaned out the litter so bunny wouldn't track anything back out. Maddi loves animals, is responsible about knowing what the animal needs and was able to handle an over concerned cat mom." --Emily K.