Home Sweet Home Petsitters

The Charlotte areas premier pet sitting company!


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RESERVE AND SAVE: VIEW OUR MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS!

SPECIAL  #1         Free In-Home Meeting with You And Your Pet

SPECIAL  #2       FREE  FRIDAYS   –   Dog-Walking       *please call  for  details*

SPECIAL  #3       Reserve  (6)  consecutive pet visits and the **6th is  FREE!    (New clients only – excluding Holidays)

               This is our way of    “Welcoming You to the Home Sweet Home Family”

**   HOME SWEET HOME PET SITTERS NEVER RAISES PRICES FOR HOLIDAYS  **

              Office:     (704) 845-5044                             Email:  hshpetsitters@aol.com

                              ** BLOG  SPECIAL – Good for (1) free pet visit

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FOODS YOUR DOG SHOULD NEVER EAT #6

MILK and OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS:

On a hot day it may be tempting to share your ice cream cone with your dog.  If your dog could, it would thank you for not doing so.  Milk and milk-based products are simply not good for your dog!


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Home Sweet Home Pet Sitters has had the honor and privilege to care for thousands of pets in the Charlotte-Matthews Area since we opened in 1999.  We are thankful for and humbled by the loyalty our clients have shown to us and have always strived to exceed their expectations.  Home Sweet Home Pet Sitters has been a leading resource for our clients in many areas of pet care.

We can’t stress enough the necessity for all pet owners to develop a relationship with one of the many outstanding veterinarians in our area whether it be for routine health care or specific concerns you may have regarding your pet’s health.

The links included are extremely useful and informative however are not intended to be a substitute for veterinary care.

In the coming months we will be covering such topics as:

  • What NOT to feed your Pet
  • Having trouble Affording your Pet
  • Traveling: Should your Pet Stay or Go?
  • Pets on Planes, Trains and Ships
  • Traveling by car with your pet
  • How to keep your Pet Safe from Disaster
  • High Tech:  Identifying Pets with Microchips