Though pet parents may want to be with their adopted offspring at all times, it's not always possible. Luckily for them, Park Cities Pet Sitter, Inc. can take over in a pinch. The accommodating company unleashes its fleet of insured and bonded employees to walk dogs, pet sit overnight, and chauffeur charges to the vet's office or a photo shoot for a new pet calendar. And to ensure the sitters are well equipped to care for furry friends, they receive ongoing training, including pet first aid certification from the American Red Cross. The company also keeps a supervisor on call 24 hours a day every day of the year to offer advice or an extra pair of hands if needed.
Although pups may be more comfortable when bathed by their human companions rather than strangers, in-home grooming can be unpleasant for owners, who often walk away from tubs with bruised kneecaps and drenched clothes. Dirty Dawgz blends the best of both worlds with self-serve dog-washing stations that allow apron-clad owners to stand upright while refreshing fur. Waist-high stainless-steel tubs come equipped with spray hoses that make bath time more convenient than the bucket-and-faucet or pop-the-waterbed methods used at home. The tubs comfortably fit both large and small dogs as owners make use of the facility's shampoos and conditioners, towels, and brushes. For more in-depth sessions, grooming expert Jessica Bannister shows off her award-winning skills through stylish cuts and glossy coats.
At Pet Vet Animal Hospital, Dr. Lonnie D. Moore cares for his furry patients with a wealth of certifications and experiences, such as a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University and 39 years of professional practice at his neighborhood vet clinic. A devoted family man and a pet owner himself, Dr. Moore tends to his patients with a caring hand, treating dogs and cats to necessary checkups, shots, and operations to ensure long-term health. He also performs microchip insertions that negate the need to tie nametags to dogs' necks or teach cats to meow their addresses. The doctor heals injured pooches and guards against common pet ailments, and resident pet groomer LaDina Raley primps, preens, and cleans four-legged friends with 24 years of experience.