Pet Boarding in Squaw Peak

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With more than 14 years of experience styling both cats and dogs, Amber Keller is well-versed in the art of keeping pets looking spruce. As owner and head pet stylist of Cutie Paw Tootie Pet Spa along with her husband Jasen, who has five years of experience, Amber treats animals to thorough baths with plant-based shampoo at her downtown spa before cleaning out ears, trimming nails, and trimming breed-specific or custom fur styles.

1029 E Camelback Rd.
Phoenix,
AZ
US

The Arizona Humane Society has provided shelter and rehabilitation to homeless and abandoned animals since 1957, watching over more than 46,000 dogs, cats, and smaller critters every year as they await new homes. After proving their eligibility for adoption and consulting with the shelter staff, new owners can choose a companion from any of the pets prowling the menagerie, from puppies and kittens up to 9 months old to adult dogs and cats. Rabbits and ferrets also scurry about, searching for farmers' carrots carelessly planted in an animal shelter. For current owners, the society provides low-cost spaying and neutering services as a public service, as well as education and outreach programs to promote compassion and ensure a safe home for all creatures.

2502 E Camelback Rd.
Phoenix,
AZ
US

"Lots of TLC and cuddles" isn't usually included in a house call, but it's a must when one of the Mutt Moms pays a visit. That's because they're not caring for humans, but their pets. Lifelong animal lovers Karen and Kate keep an eye on cats, dogs, and other furry friends while owners are away. From refreshing their water bowl to playing games with them, the pet sitters handle animals' every need, and even perform some extra duties such as bringing in the mail or taking out the trash. In addition to pet sitting, the staff also picks up dog waste and will house sit.

2337 East Cortez Street
Phoenix,
AZ
US

In 1989, Roger and Cheryl Naumann became the proud parents of a lemon beagle they dubbed Pogo. The pup's playful demeanor was clouded by a host of congenital health conditions, each handled with unrelenting love by her owners. Pogo brought joy to Roger and Cheryl for 16 years and left her stamp on the world in the form of Pogo's Place, a pet-adoption facility in the lobby of Second Home Pet Resort.

Inspired by their beloved pooch, hotel executive Roger and his wife Cheryl, president and CEO of the Arizona Humane Society for almost six years, combined their talents to open the pet lodge. Nestled into a mountainside like a billy goat's summer cottage, the 16,500-square-foot haven boards cats and dogs in luxury suites, with staff onsite 24 hours a day.

Air-conditioning and heating systems maintain comfortable temperatures in cats' and dogs' separate quadrants and play areas. Pooches being boarded or babysat at doggie daycare frolic around an area that spans 1,000 square feet, with more than an acre of grassy knolls and playground equipment surrounded by 7-foot walls. Under supervision, they explore the Splash & Play water park's decks and waterfalls to cool off or practice their synchronized-swimming routine. Kitties scale trees and paw at scratching posts in the cat atrium. Pet cams accessible via the internet at any hour and extra care for special-needs pets give owners peace of mind, and grooming offered onsite pares down their to-do lists.

747 E Thunderbird Rd
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Signature service: Dog Sitting
Established: 2013
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Pro Tip: We have a great reputation on Yelp because we treat our clients' pets like they are our own family.

16th Street and Bell
Phoenix,
AZ
US

The two-woman team of Michel Herstam and Heather Allen started HALO (Helping Animals Live On) Animal Rescue out of their homes in 1994 to provide temporary shelter for abandoned cats and dogs until they were adopted. Today, out of the basement and into its own adoption center, HALO’s mission is twofold: it aims to rescue animals at risk of being euthanized in shelters and works to create a better welfare system for the 100,000 cats and dogs that enter Maricopa County shelters every year. Each animal in the organization’s care receives a complete medical examination and treatments, and no animal is euthanized for being unable to find a home. Online bios highlight animals for potential adopters, focusing on how each animal will fit into an individual's home, family, and lifestyle in order to foster a lifelong match. In 2011, HALO placed more than 3,520 cats and dogs in loving homes.

5231 N 35th Ave
Phoenix,
AZ
US