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Lia's Loving Pet Care
from 18 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 14 hires on Thumbtack
Rosanne B.
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Lia does a wonderful job walking my dogs. I also have use her when we travel for pet sitting. She's very nice and always on time! She really enjoys working with the dogs!


It's not just a job to me. I enjoy getting to know these animals and making their lives better. In turn it helps better my life as well.


I offer pet care, rescue, and walking. I will work in sanctuaries, refuges, and foster cares. I am a trained vet assistant. I will work in vet offices or shelters.


Because there's no place like home! We offer in-home pet sitting and visits, specializing in cats. We are serving Anchorage and limited Hillside destinations. We have references available. We are a member of Pet Sitters International and BBB and have been in business since 2002.


In its continuing commitment to promoting education and welfare within the equine world, dedicated horse charity, the Horse Trust is the US largest provider of equine welfare grants. The Horse Trust is both an active member and a leading sponsor of the National Equine Welfare Council with whom it publishes the Equine Welfare Guidelines Compendium, the industry reference manual on welfare. The Compendium lays down minimum standards of horse, pony and donkey care, husbandry and welfare, and the legal requirements which relate to these. It is a referral document cited in court by local authorities, police and welfare organizations prosecuting cases of neglect or cruelty. At a local level, the Horse Trust also collaborates with the RSPCA to assist with re-homing abandoned or severely neglected horses, ponies and donkeys.



I will be happy to house sit in Anchorage area, Eagle River, Chugiak or Wasilla. I will care for your home, plants, and pets as though they were my own. Have references and own transportation. Honest and reasonable rates. Call to schedule a meeting to see if we are a fit.


I love animals. I charge $10 per hour. Your dogs will be walking better in no time. They will be loving dogs that walk by your side.


We are dedicated to providing professional, loving care for your pets, and peace of mind while you are away!

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How much does it cost to hire a house sitter?

House-sitting can be a lifesaver when you’re leaving town for any length of time. Whether you work remotely, you’re taking a much-needed vacation, or you just want to road-trip for a few days, it’s wise to have a pro keep an eye on your house and pets while you’re gone. Your home is more likely to stay safe and you won’t have to wrangle the kitty into a kennel to travel with you. The national average pet-sitting price ranges between $20 and $30. Pet-sitting and house-sitting costs will vary based on where you live in the country and regional labor rates. Another factor in cost is how long you want the house-sitter to stay. Some people prefer to have the house-sitter stay the night at their house, perhaps to care for an elderly pet or simply to keep a watchful eye on the home at all times. Overnight stays will cost more, ranging anywhere from $50 to $100, depending on services provided. For day visits, house-sitting and pet-sitting prices will increase incrementally the longer the visit and the more service you want performed. For example, a quick 10-minute visit to feed and walk the pet and bring in the mail could be $12.50, a 25-minute visit could be $18, a 40-minute visit $25, and a 50-minute visit $32. For more, check out our tips for smart hiring on Thumbtack.

How much should you pay for a pet sitter?

Pet sitting provides your precious pet with in-home care. A pet-sitter can make a brief visit during the day to provide snacks, playtime or affection, or stay at your house for one or more nights to tend to your pet. Prices for pet-sitting will vary based on length of the visit. Nationally, pet sitting prices range from $20 to $30, although prices run higher for your sitter to stay the night. Prices will also be affected by where you live in the country. Here are some examples of average pet-sitting prices based on length of time and region:

  • 30-minute visit: $17 in a small Texas town.
  • 30-minute visit: $25 in Southern California.
    • 45-minute visit: $28.
    • 60-minute visit: $32.
  • Overnight stay (10 hours): $50 in Texas.
  • Overnight stay (10 hours): $85 in Southern California.
    • 12 hours: $100.
    • 24 hours: $200. This is a good option for a sick, elderly or brand-new pet that needs constant supervision.
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