What makes your business stand out?
Poo The Rescue! is locally owned and operated. We pride ourselves on the level of customer service we provide. Our uniformed scoop-techs come to your home, scoop, bag, and remove all pet waste from your yard, leaving you with a clean, healthy place for your pets and family.
What inspired you to start or run this business?
As a dog owner myself, I know that treating the family pets as family is important. We put the same level of care into our service as we would providing the service to our families.
What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer?
A customer has expressed that she has more time to spend with her busy family. Without us, they would always argue who was going to do the dirty work. Now there's no worries.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Interacting with all different types of dogs and making the customer happy knowing that we are taking care of the lawn.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: No parking
Most popular offering: Pet waste removal service
Pro Tip: Fully insured, bonded, and trained; locally owned and operated pet waste removal service.
At Cypress Lakes Animal Hospital, cats, dogs, rodents, and rabbits get checkups, shots, and surgeries with compassionate, expert care. Led by veterinarian and owner Dr. Cheryl E. Morales, a team of animal care experts keep pets happy and healthy with training in specialized fields including exotic animals and feline medicine.
Preventative care and wellness programs for infant, adult, and senior animals reduce the risk of future illness with tick and heartworm prevention, vaccines, and annual diagnostic exams. Surgeries and prescription medicine solve chronic pain and illness, with close patient monitoring and careful anesthesia administration during procedures.
The inspiration behind the doggy-sitting business For The Love of Dogs lies, simply, in its name. Its owners always owned and cared for dogs, discussing the shortcomings or successes of other pet-care services. Finally, they decided to do dog-sitting right, so they got their own facility and haven’t stopped having friends over to play since.
The owners outfit their play space with rubber floors—easy on joints young and old—and provide nontoxic toys for the pups to chew on. They watch over canines in owners’ stead from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, even sitting from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. They reward well-mannered visitors with treats from The Barkery, a line of dog treats made from organic ingredients. Each visit includes grooming—a service that the staff offers separately—along with training services and professional waste removal for yards and doghouses due to be rented out to misbehaving spouses.
Midtown Veterinary Hospital's Dr. Richard Clive, alongside his wife Janelle and staff of registered vet techs, helps animals live long healthy lives. Inside the hospital, pets can curl up in the sun, which filters through the reception area's large windows, or enjoy such comforts as a padded exam table. Their bipedal counterparts, meanwhile, appreciate cushy, white chairs set on dark hardwood floors, cookies to balance on their noses, and vibrant animal prints that decorate the office.
Owners keep their pets up to date with an array of services, including regular check-ups, vaccinations, and dental exams. They can also rest easy knowing that should pets ever need further treatments, such as digital radiology or surgical services, Midtown's facilities are well prepared with an onsite lab and a heated surgical table that staves off chills as pets get their coats dry-cleaned. The hospital also sports a pharmacy that supplies owners with medications to prevent such maladies as fleas, ticks, and heartworm with next-day prescription filling and an online, home-delivery pharmaceutical service. :m]]
The Pet's Play Palace offers both short- and long-term respite for cats and dogs in an air-conditioned, indoor facility. During daycare sessions, pets trounce through the backyard, which sports two canine-centric areas and one cat-specific space, overseen by pet-care professionals to ensure that the dogs are playing fair games of poker. Pets can shack up in the hotel for longer stays, wherein dogs are treated to bathroom breaks and up to six exercise sessions per day and felines stretch their wings with up to three hours of cage-free playtime per day. On-site groomers anoint fur coats with scrub downs and trims and also brush teeth and trim dogs' nails.
Dedicated to eliminating animal cruelty, abuse, and overpopulation, the Houston Humane Society cares for thousands of homeless animals each year. According to the ASPCA, the average cost of food, supplies, medical care, and training for one cat or dog ranges from $700 to $875 annually. As the Houston Humane Society receives no federal, state, or local funding, it relies completely on donations to provide continued care for its animals.