The Pet Tailor

Happy Tails Camp Resort

Pet Sitting

What is Pet Sitting?

It is a service where we go to your home on scheduled visits while you are away and take care of your animals for you. This usually includes feeding, giving fresh water, giving medications and cleaning up after your pet as necessary.

We always make a first visit to your home before you leave and run through the procedures you desire. This first visit is not required on future visits as long as you have not made any major changes.

We usually go to your home or farm and care for your animals in the morning, afternoon or early evening, as scheduled in advance. We request that owners call upon their arrival back home so we know all is well.


What we will do

We will also bring in the mail, bring in your Newspaper, water plants and do small clean up duties as it pertains to the animals.

We will call you from your home if you so desire.

What we will not do

We will not stay over at your home or facility all day or all night.

We will not answer your phone.

We will not keep a copy of your key unless you request it.

We cannot be held responsible for your property or what happens to your pets in our absence.

When to schedule

It is best to schedule your pet sitting appointment as far in advance as possible. We will try to schedule your first visit close to your departure date when we book your reservation for our service.

Types of Animals

Single Pet, Multiple Pet household and small Farms are our specialty. We have experience with most Show breeds and Companion Animals.

All breeds of Dogs and Cats, Horses, Donkeys, Goats, Sheep, Geese, Ducks, Turkeys, Chickens, Rabbits, Pigs, Pot belly Pigs, Gerbils, mice, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Ferrets, Chinchillas, Fresh and Salt Water Fish, Turtles, pond fish, some rehab animals, most of the bird family including Parakeets, Finches, Canaries, Love birds, Cockatiels, Conures, Grays, Cockatoos and Macaws.

We require that all animals be enclosed for their safety at your home or facility and will make recommendations on our first visit if we see areas of potential danger.