Picture this: It’s Christmas morning and you can’t *wait* for your little girl to get up so you can give her the new kitten you bought her, or for your boyfriend to see the dog you’ve gotten him. Sure it’s wonderful to see the (you hope) delight on their faces and watch as they spend […]
Thanksgiving is almost here! That means a house full of loved ones and friends, a busy time preparing and a table full of wonderful food. For many of us, including your Mesa pet sitters, our pets are included in that list of loved ones. So the question is, should you let your furry family members […]
Meow…meow…mrrrreowwww…..MMMMMMRRRRREEEEOOOOWWWWW!!!! Usually said by your cat at a time when you can’t pay attention, or our favorite, at 3 a.m. while you’re trying to sleep. Cats meow to communicate. As pet owners, and cat sitters, it is our job to decipher what your cat is trying to say. If your cat is meowing, in most […]
“Hello, my name is Jessica Cobley! I have been pet sitting for over 10 years, and have been with Critter Caretakers since 2018. I have cared for dogs, cats, fish, rodents and reptiles. I grew up here in the valley with a multitude of dogs ranging from a Rottweiler to a Husky to a Toy Poodle and a Golden Retriever, as well as a cat, a hamster and several fish through out the years. I currently have a Husky/Lab mix named Otis. My day job is in education, which is my passion. I am lucky to be able to work for Critter Caretakers since teaching doesn’t usually include many animals! I am available for daily visits, puppy and kitten care, dog walks, and overnight pet sitting in Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa and Phoenix.”
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When you work with and care for pets, of course the topic of nutrition/feeding comes up as part of their care routine. The foods we feed our pets is probably the singular most important thing we can do to make sure our fur kids are with us for many happy years. Often, our Mesa cat […]
Meet Betty Wells, member of the Critter Caretakers Pet Sitting team:
“My true passion in life is the care and well-being of animals. I will treat your family members as if they were my own. Animals bring such joy to my heart and I know the importance of a pet owner leaving and knowing their pet family is well cared for. I have owned pets all my life and cannot imagine life without a pet. It will be my honor to love and care for your pets while you are away!”
Betty is one of our pet sitters in Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek and Mesa. Meet the other Critter Caretakers Pet Sitters by clicking on the link below.
Introducing Tony Bacon, co-owner of Critter Caretakers, along with his wife, Liza. Tony was born and raise in London England. In the past he has worked as a Fitness Instructor, a Clinical Hypnotherapist and served 15 years as a Metropolitan Police Officer, with most of his service on the Youth Engagement Team. Tony worked with young people in London caught up in knife crime for the last 8 years. He has a beautiful daughter called Rae, and Rae has two dogs; a Pug called Missy and an Australian Shepherd called River.
This is Liza Bacon, co-owner of Critter Caretakers along with her husband, Tony.
From Essex, England Liza completed 30 years as a Police Sergeant in the Metropolitan Police. Her last role was concerned with the protection of vulnerable young and elderly citizens in her precinct. Animal crazy, Liza has been involved in animal rescue all her life, with Rottweilers being her passion. She has two rescue dogs; a Rottie called Bear and a Pit-Bull / Rottie cross called Bobbi.
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Let’s face it – we all love to spoil our dogs and give them lots of yummy treats. Sometimes we even enjoy slipping them some table scraps. (It’s hard to resist those big brown eyes, we know!) However, there are times where we’re giving our canine companions some things that aren’t in our best interest […]
Your Gilbert dog sitter takes the care of your dogs very seriously, especially in the dangerous heat of Arizona. Take this true/false quiz and see if you can pass with flying colors. 1) It only takes 15 minutes for your car to become so hot your dog suffers serious physical harm. False –It only takes […]