Fort Wayne, IN Pet
Whiskers 'n Paws Pet Sitting Plus
If you are looking for someone to keep your loving pets company, Whiskers 'n Paws Pet Sitting Plus of Fort Wayne, IN will be there to help you. While you are away, we provide quality care for reasonable rates. We give them one-on-one attention, making sure they are as happy and healthy as they are with you. Services are provided within your home so there is less chance of picking up fleas or developing health issues by contracting contagious diseases such as Kennel cough. In your absence, we will keep your pets and home safe.
The Services We Offer Include:
- One-on-one attention
- Potty breaks
- Walking your pet
- Pet taxi service
- Experienced with "Special Needs" pets
- House sitting
We Also Provide Pet Sitting Services To:
- Guinea pigs
We are eager to learn if you have special instructions as to how we should take good care of your pets. Prices may vary for larger animals and the number of animals being cared for. There are no extra charges for the "little extras" that come with our services - just lots of love and compassion.
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Call Whiskers 'n Paws Pet Sitting Plus today at 260-557-8280 for your pet and house sitting needs in Fort Wayne, IN and the surrounding areas.
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Fort Wayne, IN
As told by a 2-yr old Great Dane:
My name is Patience and my dog sitter is Judy from Whiskers N Paws Pet Sitting Plus. I love it when she comes to visit me at my house. She takes me for walks, feeds me dinner and treats. She treats me like I am the lead dog in her life. When my mom goes away, she stays with me. She even keeps me calm when I am afraid of the thunder storms.
I love when she comes to visit. You will too!
As told by 2 Jack Russell Terriers:
Our names are Alex and Annie, and we are “special needs” Jack Russells. We are both eleven years old. I, Alex, being the dog in charge, will talk first. I was a much photographed “trick dog” until I had to have both eyes removed at the age of five. A genetic condition caused my world to go black. I, Annie, who really runs the place, have the nickname of Sybil. I was horribly abused before I was adopted, so my personality switches from very sweet to very nasty. I also developed rectal cancer five years ago. I survived, but have some awkward potty problems. Judy, the Wonder Sitter, somehow knows how to manage both of us. Our parents sometimes travel for two or three weeks, and Judy lives with us. We try to make things difficult for her, but she always manages to figure us out. We highly recommend her – but we get first dibs!