There’s no place like home! K-9 Kardio can give you peace of mind that your furry friends will be taken care of with the highest attention to their well-being while you are away.
Whether you are seeking someone to visit your beloved dog, puppy or kitty to attend to their needs during the day at your home or even hotel room, to keep them company overnight or to simply let them out to stretch their paws and relief themselves, we can help.
A K-9 Kardio member will visit your dog(s) at home anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes per visit up to 5 visits daily. Our sitters will replicate your dog’s daily routine and make sure they are happy and cared for like you never even left.
Each visit includes:
If your pet prefers to have company throughout the night and you like to have that peace of mind that your home is cared for while you’re away.
From 8pm to 8am (or any other pre-arranged 12 hour period) a member of our team will live in your home and give your pets all the attention they deserve while you are away.
Overnight pet sitting includes the same duties as dog sitting but with added services such as:
Imagine not having to rush home on your lunch hour to let the dog(s) out. A quick walk is the best type of relief break allowing them to sniff around and stretch their legs at the same time.
During these visits we feed, replenish water, clean up any accidents, take your puppy for a mini walk for a potty break, we play and work on positive training.
If your puppy is starting puppy training classes we’re eager to participate by practicing what he/she is learning with your trainer and using the same commands on our puppy visits.
Each visit includes feeding, replenish water, wash bowls, clean litter box, grooming, play time and lots of cuddles.
Great service! I have found Christine to be very professional and caring with my dogs! She gave awesome updates after each visit and even went out of her way to come to my home to give me some tips on handling my dog on a leash! I will definitely continue to use her services, especially as winter is coming!
- Meaghan Lowthers