A-List Pet Sitting,LLC

A-List Pet Sitting,LLC

5.0 (4)
4 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

Insured,bonded licensed business.

We do specialized pet care pre-op and post-op.

we are dog/cat CPR AND FIRST AID CERTIFIED.

NO GROUP WALKS EVER, will only walk clients dogs together and we limit this to 2 dogs. If owner has small breeds we will consider three tops from the same household.

your pets are cared for like our own.

Meeting new people and helping them care for their furry children. Being around animals is a positive and fun filled experience and we get a new experience everyday. The goal is to make sure pets have the best care possible and to relieve their anxiety by stepping in as their backup sitters. We make sure that each and every pet feels loved and valued.

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Credentials

New York, NY 10028
Email verified
Phone verified

4 Reviews

5.0

  • Robbin Ziering

    Awesome

  • Rachel Silverman

    Roe has been our kitty sitter for years! Trustworthy, punctual, and super communicative - we know our two cats are in really great hands when we need to go out of town. She's always willing to lend her loving care for them, even if it's a last-minute need on our end. And she leaves our home cleaner than she found it. It's a relief to know she's there & we never have to worry while we're away.

  • Julie Z.

    I've been a cat mom for over 20 years and Roe is hands down the most outstanding pet sitter we've ever worked with. She is a true professional, reliable, caring, and excellent communication. My Persian Bella adores her too. No one loves pets more than Roe heart and soul. I trust her implicitly. Thank you A-List Pet Sitting!

  • L Elliott

    Roe is a professional and impeccable with her work. I trust her fully with my pets and home and highly recommend her.



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FAQs


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

I email and ask to speak to the person so we can both get a better understanding of what is needed. I ask basic questions about their pet and their schedule. A meet and greet is set up that is convenient for both and we go from there.

 At the meet and greet I interact with the pet and ask if there are any meds or special needs that I need to be aware of.

 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Lifelong pet owner who is CPR AND FIRST AID certified for dog/cats.

Insured and Bonded, licensed business.

Volunteered at shelters and assisted at a vet’s office.

post op and pre op experience rehabilitation work and administers meds. 


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

ONLY PRIVATE DOG WALKS!

30 minutes  $25

45 minutes $35

1 hour $45

CAT CARE VISIT

30 minutes $35

1 hour $45

for up to 2 cats 

add extra $5 for any rate for additional cat after 2 pets. 

Meds add $5

HOLIDAY RATES DO APPLY

ALL RATES ON WEBSITE 

A-list petsitting.com


How did you get started in this business?

I’ve always cared of family and friend’s pets as a side gig since I was a child.

After a few years of working other jobs for large companies I decided it was time to put my B.S. in Business Management to work for myself.

Huge animal lover and advocate who wants to help others take better care of their own pets, my goal is to educate owners on how to hire true pet professionals.

Group walks for dogs are NOT advisable since it can be very dangerous for the walker and pets.

It is difficult to keep track of so many dogs and be able to handle a situation that may arise when you have so many animals to tend to. 

Private walks is the safest and most secure way to take YOUR dog for a stroll.

You want a person who is healthy and strong enough to walk and care for your dog and can handle a fall if it should happen.

 Things to think of, can your walker prevent someone from dog Knapping YOUR pet?

Will the walker be distracted on their phone?

These are some things that you need to consider!

REMEMBER YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!


What types of customers have you worked with?

Most of my clients are high end who care more about the safety and overall well being of their pet than getting a bargain multiple dog walker. 

My clients expect top notch service and they know that is what my team and I deliver.

No one is showing up with dirty or unacceptable clothing that will make the doorman or anyone else feel uncomfortable.

We look and dress neatly and are always polite and professional in all interactions with clients, building staff and neighbors.

We stay calm cool and collected and we do not disrespect your home in any way. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A new potential client had a last minute emergency this person had reached out to me a few other pro. The person edited to g with someone who charged less but that person let them down by never showing up. The person reached out to me the morning they had to leave for a family emergency out of state and I accommodated them. The pet was taken care of and medicated and the client returned to a happy and very tiddy home.


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

Do your homework do NOT put your dog in danger by hiring someone who is NOT A TRUE PROFESSIONAL.

Someone who is practically giving their services away for free is someone you should be weary of.

Use someone who has insurance and feel free to ask for proof. There are people claiming to have insurance who do NOT.

Avoid group walks at all costs.



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