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Hugs And Loves Pet Sitting is the most caring and professional pet caregiver in the Tampa area. The staff is first aid pet certified and professionally trained to create an enjoyable experience for your loved family member.

March 11, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Tampa, Florida – Leaving a family pet in the hands of a stranger can be very difficult, but not when the pet is excited to see the pet sitter. Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting provides the most trusted and reliable pet sitting services in the Tampa Bay area, any day and anytime. “We know how important it is to be assured that a precious family member is being well cared for in the hands of a loving and skilled sitter,” explains Diana Geiver of Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting. That is why Hugs and Loves employs a staff of professional pet sitters and dog walkers who customize their visits to the individual pet needs and stay on a schedule the pet is accustomed to.

Diana Geiver and Doug Newenhouse, founders of Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting, have been in the pet care and service industry for many years. “Being rescuers and owners of our own variety of loved pets, we understand how important it is to feel secure when you leave your fur babies in the care of someone else when you’re away. We founded Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting because we feel we understand this better than anyone and we offer the security of leaving pets in experienced and caring hands,” Geiver explains.

Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting provides a special service of going to clients homes to care for pets while the client is away and, very importantly, continuing the pet’s daily routine. These visits include providing water, food, exercise and any special needs, such as, medication, brushing and of course playing with the pets. Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting also provides house sitting services, such as, picking up the newspaper and mail, alternating lights, opening and closing blinds to ensure the home looks ‘lived in’ while the homeowner is away. “We also pick up and transport pets to the groomers or veterinarian appointments with our Pet Taxi Service. Boarding is also an option where pets stay in one of our many host family homes and are treated with all the love and care that our own pets receive and allow them great social time,” Geiver expands.

Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting, a bonded, insured, and licensed company, is now serving the Tampa, Brandon, Odessa, Lutz, Land O’ Lakes, Trinity, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Holiday, Tarpon Springs, Eastlake, Palm Harbor, and Safety Harbor areas.

For more information about Hugs and Loves Pet Sitting unique programs, personal attention, and customized services for peace of mind pet care call (813) 579-7487, visit the web site at HugsAndLovesPetSitting.com, or email Diana@hugsandlovespetsitting.com.

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Contact Info:
Name: Diana Geiver
Email: office@hugsandlovespetsitting.com
Phone: 813-579-7487
Organization: Hugs And Loves Pet Sitting

Source: http://www.prreach.com/pr/4779

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