Cindy's Pet Sitting
Welcome to Cindy's Pet Sitting!
Hi! My name is Cindy Thomas and I am the proud owner ofCindy’s Pet Sitting of Tega Cay, SC. I’m so excited that you stopped by to visit!
I am very honored and thankful to have beenvoted the "Best Pet Sitter in Tega Cay and Fort Mill" during 2011 and 2012. Thank you to my clients and the community for your continued support.
I am very fortunate to have become a part of a very unique growing and caring community of families who trust me with their family pets which both honors and humbles me. I will continually walk the extra mile to earn your trust and respect as I have been doing since 1996 and why not I’m walking with the joys of my life.
Below is some information that supports my opinion that pets are simply more comfortable and accomodated when staying in their home under the care of a pet sitter versus boarding or kenneling.
Take your time, look around, and contact me sooner rather than later. I can’t wait to meet you and your pet!
Feel free to introduce me to your pet anywhere anytime. .You will most likely see me buzzing around Tega Cay in my little white or blue pet sitting car smiling in anticipation of my next love fest with your pet!
God Bless You All,
Why use a pet sitter or pet sitting service?
Most often when we think about the benefits of hiring a professional pet sitter, we immediately think about how our pets are more comfortable in their own environment. There is no place like home. However, as discussed on our Pet News page, in-home pet sitting is a service that can provide benefits beyond the occassional family get away. Pet sitters can also provide daily assistance for pets suffering from separation anxiety .
Separation anxiety is often the result of boredom and not getting enough exercise. Whether you are going away on vacation or spend numerous long days at the office, there are many things that you can do and arrange to relieve separation anxiety. Having a professional pet sitting service assist in addressing issues of boredom and regular exercise on a daily basis may be the solution to problems associated with separation anxiety (chewing, urinating, etc.) To learn more about solutions to separation anxiety, visit Pet News to Use.