Emily the Petsitter  -  (903) 593-4853   -   emily@emilythepetsitter.com

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About Me

Thank you for visiting my site and considering my services.  I opened my business in June, 2005.  I enjoy this so much -- the people and the pets --  and I make sure that every pet is treated just the way you want them to be.  There are no “cookie cutter” services.

I understand just how important it is to know that your pets are being well cared for while you are away. My daily goal is to provide you with complete peace of mind and to give your pets attentive, loving and professional care when you can't be with them.

I’ve always loved animals of all kinds, and a highlight of my childhood was helping take care of my horse, peacocks, pigeons, doves, ducks, chickens, and many beloved dogs. I’m happy to say that the trend has continued -- my husband and daughter and I now share our home with a Japanese Chin dog (Trixie), three indoor cats (Pretzel, Flower, and Nemo), and two outdoor cats (Charlie and Thumbelina).
Our beloved senior American Eskimo dog, Lena Malu, died May 2, 2006.

I am a member of the Women’s Symphony League of Tyler. I created websites for the Tyler Civic Theatre Center (tylercivictheatre.com), Young Audiences of Northeast Texas (www.yanetexas.org) and the Women’s Symphony League (www.wsltyler.org).  

Thank you again for visiting, and I hope to meet you and your pets soon!
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Emily the Petsitter
Keeping Pets Happy at Home!

Caring for Tyler’s cutest pets since 2005

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"Animals are a gift to the human race -- a gift that humans rarely take full advantage of. 
Only now are we even beginning to understand what a marvelous blessing animals truly are.”
-- Allen M. Schoen D.V.M., M.S.