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We hired Kit for pet sitting and we are so happy with the way she treats our pets. We have 2 cats, a lizard and a dog, and right away I could tell she was the right fit for our animals. She walks our dog and I love the picture updates!Sep 18, 2016Verified
Kit was excellent! Watched our dog while we were out of town. Sent updates, pictures and videos daily. If you’re looking for someone to take great care of your pet while you’re away, look no further.Feb 3, 2020Verified
Three cats (one of which is geriatric) and an African Grey Parrot....Aunt Kit does a great job and even sends pictures of each pet on every visit! Recommend her highly!Oct 30, 2019VerifiedAunt Kit Pet Nanny's reply
Thank you, Marvin! They're all delightful! It was my pleasure to take care of them. I even got a peck on the head! :)
I received the best service through Aunt Kit Pet Nanny.Dec 13, 2016Verified
I was very apprehensive about leaving our dogs in a house we had just moved into, especially since it is not very pet friendly. Kit was wonderful. She did exactly what she promised and sent pictures on every visit. I will use her again when the need arises!Oct 8, 2013Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My visit price is $18. If you have 5 pets and need two visits, the total cost will be $36. My rates cover my insurance, gas, and some of my travel time. Three visits per day is very difficult and affects the visit schedule of my other pet sits. Sometimes I have to make a long diversion between other visits to make certain to make your visit. That is why I charge a much higher rate for 3 visits per day. I require pre-payment so I know that I really do have a pet sit appointment and not just a reservation. I take local checks, cash and PayPal. I do overnights at $55 per night and can visit during the day, too for $18 per daytime visit. If you have delays as with bad weather, we can work out the details of additional pet visits after you return. My rates remain the same if you do have a delay.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First, let's find a date for our first free visit. I come to you and I meet you and your pets. I take notes about food, medicines, water, play activities, who is your vet, shot and health information and anything else you feel is important. I want to mimic as much of your activities as I can for your confidence and your pets' comfort. If you're satisfied with the fit and how your pets react, then we can set the schedule and payment dates. Finally, a key or garage door codes are shared. If you can, let me know when you leave on your trip by texting or emailing me. I will reply to confirm we're in touch. You're welcome to leave me notes. I will next contact you on the first visit. I'll send photos and a short update and we stay in touch throughout your trip. Sometimes my video are long, or you may have data limits. I suggest we connect on Facebook Messenger. It works no matter where you are! I have clients visiting Europe and Asia and we stay in touch using Messenger. I can email too, but sometimes file sizes limit what I can share. Okay! That's it! Very easy!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes, that is why I am a member of Pet Sitters International (PSI) and Pet Sitters Association. They offer professional advice, resources, and training that helps me be a better pet sitter.