Beth Ann The Pet Sitter

Beth Ann The Pet Sitter

5.0 (2)
1 employee
5 years in business

About this pro

I'm 54 and a non smoker that goes above and beyond what is expected from a pet sitter. During my stay I devote all my time to your babies.I observe and listen to their needs what ever that may be . I do everything I can to keep them happy and stress free by loving them, playing with them and talking to them constantly so they get comfortable with me quickly. I also bring my own food, drinks, towels, etc everything I need for my stay. I send pictures, videos and messages multiple times a day so you always know how your babies are doing. I take great pride in my job and make sure you and your babies get a pet sitter that will stand out from all others. My pledge is to make it so you are always informed and can confidently enjoy your trip knowing someone is in your home who genuinely loves your pets and is taking care of them and your home . I have many happy babies and clients who are very happy to give you a reference.  

I enjoy meeting so many different pets and people and traveling to different places. It's one of the most rewarding things I've ever done. When I gain the trust and love of a pet, it's an incredible feeling . Pet sitting has given me a purpose and pride within myself. I have heard so many horror stories from my clients of previous pet sitters they have had , so I enjoy surprising them with my unique pet sitting style and giving them a peace of mind that they can actually trust someone with their pets and home  when they are away. Please check out my Facebook page Beth Ann the Pet Sitter.             https://www.facebook.com/bethannthepetsitter/https://www.facebook.com/bethannthepetsitter/ 

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Credentials

Dandridge, TN 37725
Email verified
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Lynne

    She is reliable, conscientious and very loving. Our pets look forward to her time with them which puts our mind at ease!

  • Sandi Bush

    She is an exceptional Pet Sitter. Matter of fact I called her the animal whisperer. My cats and my dog love her. When I’m gone she is in constant communication with me. She sends videos and pictures. I would be devastated if for some reason she stopped being a pet sitter because I don’t trust anybody else but her with my animals.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I like to talk to them on the phone and then set up a meet and greet. I spend time with them and their pets so we get to know each other. There is no pressure to hire me , just getting to know each other so you can consider me as your pet sitter. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

I charge per calendar day.  $35 for drop ins which I spend time with them and make sure they potty. $40 to $45  for overnight stays  That includes all pets except for kennels and mini farms which is $75 to $80  per calendar day. Prices are negotiable depending on the length of the stay. 


How did you get started in this business?

I have always loved animals and was in the fortunate position where I could stay in the home of the clients. So I took the opportunity and started pet sitting and it became a full time job. I love it 


What types of customers have you worked with?

I work with anyone and all types of pets. Fur and no fur. I take care of fish, reptiles, all breeds and all sizes. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I have fond moments and memories with all the babies I take care of. Playing in bed with the last one was a good memory for me. I have many videos that I look back on all the time 


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Someone who genuinely loves animals and are not afraid of getting dog hair and cat hair on their clothes. The animals know if that person genuinely cares about them. Do a meet and greet and watch your pets interact with them 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Ask them do they have other jobs and how much time will they be able to spend with the pets.