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Happy Pets Services

Areas Happy Pets Service is available: 
  • Sierra Vista
  • Fort Huachuca
  • Hereford 
  •  Military Discount always for active and retired
Each visit(s) includes: We customize our service to fit you and your pets needs
  • Feeding/Fresh Water
  • Brushing
  • Playing/Exercise
  • A short walk
  • Waste removal
  • Litter box Cleaning 
  • Administer Medications
  • Home security check
  • Rotate lights
  • Alternate, Blinds/curtains
  • Newspaper/Mail retrieval
  • Water plants(up to 10 plants)(if more plants, pricing will be accordingly)
  • Trash receptacle put out for pick-up/also brought in
  • and plently of Tender Loving Care
Happy Pets Services that we provide are:

Customized In-Home Pet Sitting daily visits, Dog walking, Pet Taxi, Dog training, Overnights stays, House sitting and Home Security checks.

Call 520-249-6635 or 520-227-3034  to make your reservation today.

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