Nutty 4 Dogs Pet Sitting Service

Nutty 4 Dogs Pet Sitting Service

5.0 (3)
3 hires on HomeGuide
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

I have 15 years experience working at two Veterinarian clinics/hospitals, 5 years as kennel attendant/manager/6years vet technician/4 years Practice Manager. I am familiar with diabetic pets/insulin injections/administration of IV fluids/seizure pets/post surgery monitoring/ Post heartworm treatment recovery/care/cancer patients/administration of meds/ administration of injections/timid/fearful or new environment adaption/most exotics.Offering baths and blowouts/nail trims/ear cleaning/basic trimming feet,sanitary cut,face and shave stomachs.

Well, I absolutely love animals!!! I do not work outside of my pet care,  so they get a lot of my time and love. They can roam free in our home and be a part of of our family. I enjoy making sure your furbaby has a fun and stress free stay, whatever it takes to make that happen. They can sleep in our bed, lay on the sofa with us, hang out in the kitchen, play in a secured back yard with my full supervision. 

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Spring, TX 77389
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3 Reviews


  • Rick Anderskow

    She did a great job.

  • Rosy Leon

    Kimberly is fantastic with my baby dog . She was so nice and is a true animal lover. She send me pictures of my dog everyday and keep me updated throughout our dog’s stay. Definitely I will rebook in the future.

  • Brenda Henson

    Kimberly treats your pup as if they were her own!! She send updates through pictures, and our pup is so tired after playing with her during the stay!! Will always use Kimberly in the future!


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

I always answer immediately  and we can go back-and-forth via text message,  next a phone conversation and then arrange for a meet and greet.

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

I have 15+years employment at two Veterinarian Clinics/Hospitals. I have rescued fostered and cared for many different breeds over the last 20 years.

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

Boarding in my home $24 a night/Drop in visits half an hour $15/Drop in visits one hour $25/walks a half an hour $18.

How did you get started in this business?

I love working side-by-side with the furbabies  to help to enrich their lives. After being employed at veterinarian clinics for the last 15 years, I am able to take my experience and  knowledge and spend time caring for "family" members when their humans need my help. I am available Holidays/weekends/weekdays.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have been blessed to work with many different ones so far. Some recovering from surgery, others on vacation.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I had a precious 16-year-old Schnauzer that board in my home for three nights. She seemed as though she had known me forever, she laid on the sofa by me, gave my husband many kisses and was so happy, her Mama said she was afraid she wouldn't want to leave!!!  That is the type of experience and care that I want all of my furbabies and their pet parents to have when I care for them at my home or theirs.

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

Most definitely ask a lot of questions, this is your furbaby!!! Arrange for a meet and greet. The caregiver and furbaby should connect. Your pet sitter should ask you about any medical issues, feeding schedules, fears of storms, etc. any history that will help to make your furbabies stay the most comfortable. Ask if the pet sitter has any other pets in the household. Ask for references, qualifications and experience.

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

If the pet gets along with other pets, if there is any anxiety or aggressive behavioral issues,Is the pet sitter going to be able to walk the pet safely if needed. I would suggest to write everything down and then discuss it with the pet sitter.