Linda's Pet Sitting, LLC provides in-home care for pets of all kinds, including dogs, cats, birds, and Tamagotchis. Caregivers travel to homes across the service area to walk, feed, and play with animals, change litterboxes, and clean out birdcages. They'll even perform basic household chores, if time allows. Each visit lasts approximately 20–30 minutes, and pet owners can schedule an introductory consultation free of charge.
Petimage Grooming Salon & Spa pampers canines and felines with services that rival human-oriented spas. The groomers use shampoos that employ natural and organic ingredients, which ensures pets come away clean and unworried about their carbon paw prints. Along with trims and fur-styling services, the spa also offers blueberry facials.
Pawsh Pet Resort and Spa was designed from a pet's perspective to provide its furry visitants with homely comforts amid a safe, fun, and personalized environment. The facility is managed by Holly Kierski, whose credentials for the job include certifications in pet CPR, first aid, and as a bark-to-English translator. Holly heads a staff of professionals that supervise all of Pawsh's day-to-day activities, ranging from exercise-packed daycare services to upscale boarding options, some of which feature password-protected webcams so traveling owners can peek in on their canine or kitty. Meanwhile, on the spa side of Pawsh, professionally trained groomers spruce up shaggy styles, and outside the facility, Pawsh employees jet off to clients' houses for in-home sitting of more exotic pets, such as horses, birds, and freeloading cousins.
Pet owners who can’t resist the quizzical stare of an iguana or the clicking mandibles of a tarantula attempting to sing will find plenty to love at Pipsqueeks Pets. The store features an exotic collection of animals from the far corners of the earth to delight and impress patrons with vibrant colors and unusual shapes. In addition to emperor scorpions, fire skinks, and ball pythons, the store also offers devout fans of fur an assortment of huggable friends in the form of hedgehogs, teacup yorkies, and terriers.
Most pet owners consider their furry friends to be full members of the family, with privileges that meet or exceed those of their human roommates. With that in mind, it's understandable that some people would reject the one-size-fits-all approach to veterinary medicine. Licensed vet Dr. Deanna DeVuyst certainly understands. That's why she started Home Healing Animal Clinic, LLC, a mobile practice that delivers holistic treatments to pets during old-fashioned house calls. Whether she's redirecting animal energy during acupuncture treatments or mixing up a traditional Chinese herbal remedy, Dr. DeVuyst keeps her patients comfortable and relaxed. In addition to dogs and cats, Dr. DeVuyst also heals horses with equine acupuncture treatments.