We are a boutique service that focuses on building lifetime relationships with our clients. Our main goal is to make you HAPPY with our service. We accomplish this by being dog experts, communicating effectively with you, and using your feedback, to do exactly what you want us to do. Our goal is your satisfaction with our service.
We are licensed, insured, and pet first aide certified. Besides using positive discipline techniques we, prioritize your familiars SAFETY.
We look forward to providing you with great service.
We enjoy being outdoors and working with animals. We also love seeing a smile on our customer's faces when they witness the joy in their pets. Furthermore, we enjoy learning about animals and improving our skills.
Our beagle loves going to Happy Pet Care! He is very well taken care of with lots of love, walks, dog parks and beach time! It is a real vacation for him! We have been customers for years and highly recommend their services.
I sometimes set up a time to "meet n greet" for a fee of $35, next we agree on expectations and we become familiar with the pet and provide care. The process of adding a new customer is largely in the hands of the customer. It is about making the customer feel good about where they leave their pet, so they can usually lead the process (as long as it is reasonable).
I have over ten years of experience, working with pets and exotic animals. I volunteered at Twillerger in San Rafael and worked with exotic wildlife. I have a pet first aid certification, and I am always learning more about the work I do.
Cat Sitting $50 ($5 for additional cats)
Dog Boarding $60 ($5 for additional dogs)
Other pets $50
(Holiday price regular fee + $20)
Dog Walking (group or solo walks)
20 minutes $25
30 minutes $30
50 minutes $35
I got started in the business because I worked with a dog walker in SF, that showed me the work, and taught me many things.
I have worked with all sorts of very nice customers. Most pet people tend to be very nice people. I have been lucky that they have for the most part been very, very wonderful.
I really enjoy having an established relationship with pets, and owners. It makes it easier to make them happy because you know them already and you know what they need.
The best advice I can give a customer is to follow that gut feeling. If the person has all the right qualifications but you do not feel comfortable then do not leave your pet there.
I think the most important questions are related to safety. I think that pet owners should ask questions about the conditions that their pets will be taken care of, thus ensuring that those needs will be met. For example, if you have a dog that doesn't get along with other dogs, then, it would be best to board him with a pet service that can provide him individualized care, and isolate him from other dogs.