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In-Home Pet Sitting Services
While boarding your dog and cat while you're on vacation or gone for a day may seem like a good idea there can potentially be some complications and dangers to using a private boarding facility. Kennel stress is a frequent problem for animals being boarded in runs or kennels for extended periods and can cause
- aggression and serious injury,
- liability for injuries to other dogs,(to you)
- weakened immune response,
- digestive upsets such as loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhea,
- panic attacks,
- lack of socialization,
- unsanitary conditions,
- untreated medical conditions
- forgotten medications
And more! These can have a lingering affect that could transfer when your dog, cat or bird comes home. Or maybe your animal has problems which prevent boarding places from taking him or her....
DON'T BOARD YOU TREASURED ANIMAL COMPANION!!!
Hire a Trusted Mature Responsible Animal Care Professional to Come to YOUR HOME
Call Now to Ensure Availability 949.309.0808
Maybe you're worried about someone coming to your home...can you trust them?
Susan Hill is like an old friend or an aunt or cousin coming to take care of your sweet animal friend. She loves taking care of animals and gives you her absolute promise to care of your buddy as if he or she is her own.
Is your dog big, strong, require a lot of exercise?
Do you have a parrot that needs showers?
A cat that needs her litter box changed frequently, or wants to go outside during the day and be let inside at night?
Susan will send you a text message with a photo to show you your pal is just fine with some funny message to delight you every day.
Keep your animal friend relaxed and "at home" with Aunt Sue!!
30 minute visit $20
60 minute visit $30
over night (includes next morning visit) $60
each additional animal add on $3 per visit.
Bike rides included for athletic dogs (on-leash)
***If your animal has aggression issues please candidly admit this in your free consultation. You will be accepted upon consideration and review of the severity of the issue.
Call 949 309 0808 for more info about pet sitting.
Pet Sitting Testimonials
"Simply put Susan has been as been an enormous help for me. I have 2 pitbulls and while very loveable they can be a handful. Finding a dog sitter that's comfortable and confident enough to handle pits can be a daunting task, but Susan has been amazing. I'm a landscape photographer and I travel at least once a month and Susan have become my trusted sitter while I'm away. I would recommend her to anyone seeking a caring, reliable, and affordable dog sitter as well as animal behaviorist. Ezra and Bettis always look forward to their weekends with Susan!"
Missing Pets Get Found with Animal Communicators
Anyone losing their beloved animal companion knows the heartbreak and distress caused by their missing pet. Often people don't think their pet will get away and don't issue them with a license, ID, tattoo or microchip. Often they have no collar on and anyone who finds their missing pet may very well think that the animal is a stray or that the owner isn't a good one because their pet had no tags. People are naive about their animal's drives and instincts and don't realize that they can get out or run away. Sometimes a dog will find his way back home through scent but if it has rained or if the dog has traveled through water they won't be able to recover their tracks and return home. This makes finding the dog almost impossible like a needle in the proverbial hay stack.
Animal communicators are professionals trained to use their intuition to connect with lost pets usually through a photograph. Animal communicators can pick up details surrounding the disappearance of an animal such as landmarks, circumstances, people involved, whether the pet is roaming or enclosed behind a fence or locked in a garage somewhere. Finding a lost pet is always easiest early on in the disappearance but sometimes animals are found years later.
When I lost my dog Jody in 2007 I was sick with worry. She had disappeared down a trail in a forest that was known for swallowing up dogs, sort of abyss or black hole for lost dogs. Determined to find her I made flyers and posted them along the hiking trails. I searched and came up empty. I communicated with her telepathically and she said she was near the water. There was a river deep in the woods. She said she wanted me to find her but because there really were no landmarks as all there was were trees I told her she had to be found by someone. I told her to “go to a trail where you see people and find a nice human and if they had a dog you can ask them what the person is like. Check them out before you go with them.” Later the next day I went back into the woods to find her. While there out came a man with my Jody with his dog. He said he had seen my flyer that day earlier and knew he would find my dog. He brought a leash with him as his dog doesn't usually use a leash in the woods on their hikes together. He said that he had to coax my dog to him which took him 20 minutes. That's when I came around the corner.
Losing a dog or any other animal is an emotionally draining experience. Utilizing the experience and expertise of a professional animal communicator can make all the difference in locating a missing pet. In my case it was my ability to communicate and a clear photograph on the flyer that made finding my dog a happy ending.
If you have a lost pet go here to purchase a session