Pet Massage


  • Reduces pain and/or discomfort from stiffness, inflammation & muscle spasm

  • Improves muscle tone, spinal/body alignment, flexibility & range of motion

  • Increases energy, concentration and alertness

  • Reduces anxiety and stress; eases emotional traumas

  • Promotes blood and lymph circulation

  • Heightens immune system function

  • Aids in healing from surgery or injury

  • Builds trust, self-confidence and sociability

  • Promotes longevity and slows degenerative processes

  • Massage provides overall wellbeing for your pet. There are MANY additional benefits beyond the ones listed above.




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Pet Play


  • Play can help keep our pets’ bodies and minds healthy. Chasing balls, tossing toys in the air, finding toys under the rug and interacting with us all encourage our pets to exercise.

  • Pets are now suffering from unprecedented levels of obesity (yes, just like us!). Play is an excellent way of encouraging your pet to keep active. Of course, a balanced diet is also good for your pet.


  • Play can help prevent behaviour problems. Giving your dog the opportunity to chase balls and chew toys can stop him barking or annoying you or even escaping and roaming the neighbourhood.


Pet Sitter

Advantages for the pet include:

  • remaining in a familiar, secure environment, where all the sights, smells, and sounds are familiar.

  • following a customary diet and exercise routine.

  • most importantly, the pet receives love and personal attention while the owner is away.


There are benefits for the pet owner as well, some of which are:​

  • your home is made more secure by the crime-deterring measures provided by most pet sitting services.

  • the pet owner can leave home with the confidence that his or her pet is in capable, caring hands.

  • you can utilize other special services offered, such as watering plants, bringing in the mail and paper, taking trash to the curb for pick-up and filling bird feeders. Also, if your pet becomes ill, your pet sitter will take it to the vet to be seen.

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