Tina Williams


Dog Walker

Cat Care

Overnight Specialist


NW Austin

Steiner Ranch

Jester

River Place

Parts of Westlake

Fully Bonded & Insured 

Toni Rodriguez


Dog Walker

Cat Care

Overnight Specialist

Central Austin

Fully Bonded & Insured

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Robert McCreight M.S., M.A., M.S.S.
Dog Walker

Cat Care

Bereavement Counselor and Coach
Fully Bonded & Insured

OUR LOVING TEAM


7 days/week, 24 hours/day & we will never cancel on you. Fully bonded and insured!

Kimberly Hoskins (partner, with Malky her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel)

Lisa Rose (owner, with Lili her Standard Poodle)

MEET OUR DOG WALKERS, CAT SITTERS & OVERNIGHT SPECIALISTS

Toni feels a strong connection with the earth and nature and believes our connection with animals is a big part of what makes life beautiful.  While raising her two boys, their household was home to two dogs, two cats and a cockatiel.  It was a lively place!  She is now content to live with her beloved cat-riend Puccini. 

Toni is a Reiki practitioner and enjoys crafting jewelry and stone art using power crystals. 

Toni will provide excellent care to all your pet family and spent plenty of time with the ones that love nature as much as she does.

Donna Louise Stevens


Dog Walker

Cat Care

Overnight Specialist

East Austin

South-Central Austin

Travis Heights

S. Congress

Downtown

Fully Bonded & Insured

Will Sepulveda


Overnight Specialist
Dog Walking
Cat Care

Downtown, South Austin, Wm.Cannon/Stassney, Travis Heights,

S. Congress,  Central Austin
Fully Bonded & Insured

Amy Fantozzi


Dog Walker

Cat Care

​Horses 

Brushy Creek
Fully Bonded & Insured

​Lori Stone-Flores


Dog Walking

Cat Care

Overnight Specialist

Pflugerville, Round Rock, Central, Northeast and Northwest Austin

Fully Bonded & Insured


Lori's love, passion, and experience with animals is life long. Growing up, Lori had three horses,  dogs, cats, rabbits and a menagerie of other animals including a pet duck.  Lori is passionate about all animals but has a soft spot for dogs. Lori's focus is to provide your pet  with a comfortable, loving, and safe experience in your absence. 

  • Have plenty of food and medications on hand.
  • Purchase extra kitty litter.
  • Put all pet supplies in one area in plain sight including: leashes, bowls, treats, foods, medications, litter.
  • Have cleaning supplies handy: broom, dustpan, vacuum, paper towels, carpet cleaner, plastic bags, watering cans, extra bedding, towels to wipe wet paws, etc.
  • Clearly label medication instructions and schedule. 
  • Leave a well worn t-shirt with your comforting scent. 
  • Schedule interview at medication time, if possible, so the pet-sitter can witness your routine.
  • In multi-pet households, provide labeled pet photos and place in a file folder with medical records. 
  • Tell the truth; don't hedge about aggression or biting history. Forewarned is forearmed. 
  • Update emergency information and any changes in pet routine. 
  • Make sure all pet collars have current tags. 
  • Have all emergency numbers (including yours, a trusted friend, local vet, & emergency vet) written on a single sheet of paper in plain view.
  • Call your pet-sitter as soon as you get back home. This way your sitter knows that you are safe & your pets are being taken care of by you. 
  • Be sure your instructions are clear and comprehensive.

Amy has had a lifelong passion for all animals. She is a loving and responsible owner and mom of two rescue dogs, two cats, and one horse. She is an expert at helping owners feel at ease, and has a natural gift of making pets love her. If you’re looking for someone who is punctual, professional, and committed to providing exceptional care for your four-legged family's needs, look no further!

Robert's enlightened approach to pet care is based on more than 35 years as an educational professional and coach. His savvy communication skills have earned him recognition as a masterful counselor/coach, assisting men and women through challenging times. As a pet care specialist, Robert emanates a caring spirit, naturally alleviating any stress, tension, or fear that may arise for pet owners and their beloved pets during times of separation.  

"I just want to thank you for everything you did for my dog, Goose, this trip. Your service and attention to detail have been second to none. From now on, your company is the only hands I trust my pride and joy to. You truly have been amazing, Robert, thank you.   ~JP


OUR CODE OF ETHICS
We will treat every pet as if it were our own.
We will be dependable and responsible at all times.
We will have an honest and trustworthy relationship with our customers.
We will respect and protect our client's home and property.
We will always keep our promises and fulfill our commitment.


Why Should You Use a Pet-sitter? 
Maintains pet’s normal routine  (including medications ordered by your veterinarian)
Consistent care by one person
Crime deterrent
No guilty feelings when dropping your pet off at a kennel or vet
Neighbors don't have to be asked to check on your pets, water your plants, etc.
Peace of mind relying on a professional pet-sitter
Kenneling can be traumatizing for pets
Pets stay in a secure and familiar place, and are already home and happy to see you when you walk in the door
You are not inconvenienced by having to transport
No exposure to illness or fleas 
Pets receive individual attention
Especially beneficial for pets who are either too old or too young to stay in a kennel or vet's office
Mail can be taken in without being held at the Post Office
Newspaper delivery can continue
Your home has a “lived in look”


POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Dogs staying at one of our homes must follow the Health Requirements on the "Rates & Services" page.
Minimum cat visits are every other day.
Dogs without doggie doors or backyards are a minimum 3 visits/day.
Crated-dog visits must be at least 3 visits/day (except mid-day dog walk clients).
We do not accept clients with chained yard dogs. 

WE ARE FULLY BONDED & INSURED!

For More Information or to Contact Us Please Click HERE


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Loving Pet Care

Donna Louise is a native Austinite, a singer/songwriter and a lover of all things furry and four-legged.  She volunteers at APA, sings at elder care facilities and leads electric bike tours.   To get a better feel, visit her personal website:   www.donnaloustevens.com and watch her viral YouTube video: 'Older Ladies', a hilarious and positive anthem for women over 50.     You can count on your pet being well loved in your absence by Donna Louise.


Tina is originally from London, England but has now lived in the US for many years. From an early age her passion for animals was evident when she brought home every stray cat and dog that she came across much to the delight of her parents! Her caretaker role continued into adulthood raising her 2 children and working for many years as Perinatal Nurse and Surgical Tech. Over the years she has had taken in many strays, cared for them and found them new forever homes. She adopted her own four legged family members from rescues in Austin. Tina is most content when she is around or taking care of animals whether they be her own or someone else’s. It’s just what makes her happy!






Max McCready

Overnight Specialist

Central Austin

Fully Bonded & Insured 


Max grew up in Austin with Standard Poodles and has a gentle, nurturing energy.   Though allergic to cats (!) he is a great overnight sitter in your home for any dogs needing loving attention and care.


Max is currently a student at UT majoring in Geography, doing yoga 3x week, taking tango classes & enjoying all that Austin has to offer.

Linda Searle


Dog Walker

Cat Care

​Overnight Specialist

Austin

Fully Bonded & Insured




Linda has loved all animals ever since she can remember. As a young girl, she was the “family pet-nurturer”, and would even pet-sit for friends and neighbors to extend that love to their furry companions. In college, she learned the skills of being a housekeeper, cook, and nanny, which eventually flourished into full-time house-sitting work. Combining her skills in home care and pet care, she began pet-sitting professionally when she moved to Austin in 2011. Linda understands the many responsibilities of taking care of her clients’ homes and their animals, and the peace of mind it can provide them. Her patience, kindness, and loving qualities endear her to the pets she cares for, and her knowledge, dependability, and professionalism make her a valuable asset to her clients.






512.775.8777         Austin, Texas

Will has a lifelong love of animals and has always been the "go to guy" when friends and family need someone to take care of their furry loved ones. Will is responsible, punctual, and knows how important it is that your pet gets the attention and loving care that you would give to them. In his free time Will likes to go hiking with Daisy a border collie - corgi mix as well as hang out at the dog park socializing.