Linda's Critter Sitters
Linda's Critter Sitters

Linda's Critter Sitters

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10 years in business

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Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, responsiveness, and work quality.

Exceptional 5.0

6 reviews


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Patti H.

Linda was pet sitter (stayed in our home, too) to our cocker spaniel for at least 5-6 yrs before his death Fall 2017. We never worried about the house or Lexus (our dog) any time Linda was there. She was attentive to changes in L’s routines and behaviors and updated us if she felt she needed to do so. She had been his groomer for several years before, therefore, knew his temperament and likes/dislikes. Linda stayed with Lexus for periods of 2 days to over 2 weeks. We always came home to a happy dog and a home as clean (or cleaner) than when we left! Of course, as you would expect, there were a couple of “out of the ordinary” situations Linda ran into. She was resourceful in solving them or called for our help if needed. We loved the occasional pictures she sent assuring us our beloved pet was doing well. Linda would still be our pet sitter today if Lexus were still with us. Should we decide to get another pet, she will be the first person we call for sitting services.
Linda's Critter Sitters's reply
Thank you so much
Aug 2, 2018
Paula C.

I would trust my pet's well being with Linda while I am away for a weekend or weeks. She loves all her pets and seems to know what they are thinking. My dogs are always happy when she comes around and I know she treats them like precious pups. She will even spend nights at my home if needed. Highly recommend Linda.
Linda's Critter Sitters's reply
Thank you Paula, I so loved Gus!
Aug 2, 2018
Chuck (.

Linda is an amazing pet sitter. She has gone above and beyond the call of duty to take care of our “little ones” when we have been on vacation. And since the dogs are getting up in age, she also comes over once a day while we are at work, to let them out. We highly recommend Linda’s Critter Sitters. We wouldn’t trust anyone else with our “babies!”
Aug 1, 2018
Mildred R.

When i leave Tinker Bell with Linda's Clip Joint i don't have to worry Linda give perfectionists service, Tinker Bell love her
Linda's Critter Sitters's reply
Thank you so much for using me Linda at lindas Critter
Aug 1, 2018
Collette B.

House Sitting

Linda's Critter Sitters's reply
Waffle is amazing! Your instructions were so helpful and I want to thank you for giving me experience in lop eared bunnies. Waffle rocks, if you ever need me just call me 727-424-3483.!
Nov 18, 2019


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    My pricing and fees vary depending on how far it is for me to travel to get to the pet setting house. the one thing that I always wanted to do is make it affordable for the person to be able to have their pets cared for as they would care for them and still be able to enjoy their vacation knowing that their animals in their home were being taken care of. I also take care of pets in my house as long as they get along with my dog Max who's pretty easy to get along with.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    I like to meet the animal and interact with the animal depending on if I'm going to their house or they are coming to mine. If they are going to be staying at my house I asked if the people bring their dog over to my house so that they can get used to my surroundings. I can interact with them. Sometimes I also just do a playdate for them and my dog to see the interaction of the two and my interaction of having the animal in my house. if I'm going to their house I definitely want to go to their house and practice coming in and letting them see me walk through the front door. I'll even come over and spend several hours just getting them used to me. in some instances where there is a protective animal of his surroundings I will even have the owner go down the street and wait while I enter the house on my own after getting to know the animal that way there used to be coming in without the benefit of their parents with them. also if all else fails and I have an emergency situation where I do not have the flexibility to be able to get the know the dog or cat first there's always treats as I walk in the door LOL.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I have been with animals all my life. I have had the pleasure of working side-by-side with a very good friend that bred and showed Yorkshire Terriers. she taught me so much about animal behavior and they're very Souls. I was in dog shows and helped win a championship for my dog Courtney. I did began working later on in life for a dog grooming and Holistic Animal food business and learned animal behavior and how to handle animals. since I started my pet setting career I have also taken Red Cross Life saving for animals. in working with the owner of Naturals for Animals I have learned what to do in situations that are a crisis bearing decision-making times.So between the dog showing becoming a pet owner and working for 9 years Naturals for animals I believe that I bring to the table a lot of experience and information. this helps me cope with a variety of situations that come up when you were watching someone's pets.

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