What Does Pet Sitting Cost In Phoenix

I am sure you are wondering whether you can afford to hire a professional pet sitting company. There are many companies out there, so who do you chose? What factors do you consider when hiring a phoenix pet sitting company? Is it cost or is it your peace of mind? Just because a company is cheaper does not mean you will get quality service. Let me give you some information to help you chose the right phoenix pet sitting company.

The mass majority price per visit range from $18-$28 a visit. What makes these companies different? Most companies offer the same services, so why is there a big difference in price? Well usually the lower end companies have not been in business that long. They may lack the experience in pet care. Most likely the are not insured or bonded. The higher in companies will give you the peace of mind you are looking for. They provide outstanding service.

You may wonder how long the visits are. Some companies lump all the services into one price and not charge by the minute. Other sitters visits are 30 minutes long. Neither company is wrong, it just boils down to trust. Can I trust this sitter?

Let me tell you what All Creatures Pet Sitting charges. Our visits start at $25 and we are there between 30-40 minutes. We play with your pets, we even will walk your dog for you at no extra charge. We clean up after your pet, bring in your mail, alter lights in the house, we leave your house the same way we found it. We are insured and bonded, we have an a plus rating with the BBB, and an A rating with Angie’s list. We have been in business since 1996, we have a certified vet tech on staff 24/7. All our staff is employee’s, we do background checks on each staff, and we carry workman’s comp in case of an accident. We always have a back up sitter in case of emergencies. We take pride in our work, we provide quality care to every client.

Call today at 602-404-4185 or visit www.allcreaturespetsitaz.com to book your trip.

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