May 10, 2020 Update:

We are still under a Shelter in Place order, but as the state prepares to resume operations we would like to remind everyone that we are still open. We are continuing to follow CDC and WHO guidelines for safe interactions both for pets and humans. Those precautions are listed below but please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We request that if you or someone you have come into contact with has symptoms of, a diagnosis of, or a high risk of contracting COVID-19 please let us know so that we can adjust accordingly. As we slowly begin to resume normal activities we must continue to take care or ourselves and each other.

We are open!

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The health and wellbeing of your pets continues to be our top priority. As news of COVID-19 develops we are monitoring the situation closely. At this time our business remains open and we will continue to provide top notch pet care services. We are still here to help, but if you do have any changes in your plans, we are waiving all cancellation fees for changes due to COVID-19. Currently we are providing services to those essential employees who must remain working during this crisis, including healthcare workers, law enforcement, and any others deemed necessary, as well as anyone who is unable to personally care for their pet. For those of you who are unable to get or stay home, we are here for you and your pets! For those of you who can stay home, please do so and stay healthy.


The CDC and WHO still maintain that dogs, cats, and other small pets are not considered at risk for contracting the virus. However, we are taking extra precautions to ensure the health and safety of our staff and human clients. In order to do so we request that you notify us if you or anyone you are in contact with is ill or has shown symptoms of the virus.


Our sitters are washing their hands frequently, utilizing gloves or their own supplies as necessary, and maintaining the required 6 feet of social distancing when interacting with clients. We are requesting that all clients who are home during their pet sits or dog walks attempt to maintain that distance as well.

Our small business has been built over the years in great part due to our wonderful community. Thank you for all that you have done to help us grow and survive. We are all in this together and we will get through this.

For any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We look forward to continuing to care for your pets when schedules normalize.