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

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Basic Services and Rates

Initial get acquainted visit
This consultation will last approximately 30 minutes and is provided at no cost.
This is a chance for us to get to know each other, and for me to become familiar with your pets and their routine. We will also go over the necessary paperwork and information I will need to properly care for your pets and home in your absence.

In Home Pet Visits
$15 per visit

Typical visits last approximately 30 minutes and include any or all of the following:
- letting dogs out
- feeding and putting out fresh water
- administering medication
- play time, petting, brushing
- scooping kitty litter
- turning on/off lights
- opening/closing drapery
- watering indoor plants
- bringing in mail and newspapers

Most dogs require a minimum of two visits per day.
Cats require a minimum of one visit per day.
Other pets will be discussed during initial get acquainted visit.

Together we will plan a visit schedule that is beneficial to you and your pets. Special needs or circumstances will be taken into consideration to provide the best care for your pet as well as the safety of your home.

Holiday Rates

Visits on the following days will be at the rate of $20 per visit:

Easter Sunday
Memorial Day
4th of July
Labor Day
Thanksgiving (Thu - Fri)
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day

Rates are subject to change. 
PayPal available for credit card payments.

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Emily the Petsitter
Keeping Pets Happy at Home!

Caring for Tyler’s cutest pets since 2005

What Does a Petsitter Do?
For more information or to set up a consultation,
phone (903) 593-4853 or send an email to

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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.