Absolute Pet Care LLC - Voted the BEST of Scottsdale's Pet Sitting and Dog Walking Company!
If you will be traveling during the busy Holiday Season (November into January), please book your pet sitting schedules as soon as possible. It is an extremely busy time of year, and we will need to schedule your reservations before we are fully booked.
Welcome to Absolute Pet Care LLC!
We provide Happiness and Friendship to your pets, while providing Convenience and to you!
We work hard to ensure your pet will have the proper care that it needs when you're away on business or vacation, working long hours, or needing that mid-day dog walk.
Absolute Pet Care LLC is a personalized, in your home, detail oriented, fully insured and bonded pet care service. We offer pet sitting, daily dog walking, leash training, mid-day visits, overnights, live-in service, and much more!
Being away from your pet is never easy. Whether it's for a few days or a few hours, we're here to help.
We take the best pet care possible and combine it with top notch customer service. Our goal is to build a lasting relationship with each and every client.
Why choose a pet sitter?
A professional pet sitter allows your pet family to stay in the comfort and security of their own environment, without exposure to disease or parasites often associated with boarding or kenneling. It is important for your pets to remain without stress and anxiety. Some pets feel abandoned when left alone throughout the night.
Absolute Pet Care can also help you reduce the worry or guilt associated with business trips, long work hours, illness, emergencies, vacations, or any last minute get-away.
We recognize the importance your pets play in your life as well as the importance of security while you are away. We take the invaluable responsibility of caring for two of the most important things in your life: your Pets and your Home.
Absolute Pet Care LLC is based in the McCormick Ranch area of Scottsdale. We provide our pet sitting service to a large part of the East Valley. We service parts of Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and Phoenix (Arcadia area) as well.
Absolute Pet Care LLC is Licensed, Bonded and Fully Insured to provide the best care possible for you and your kiddos. We are members of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, Arizona Professional Pet Sitters Association, and the Association of Pet Sitting Excellence. We do provide service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Contact us today with any questions or concerns to book your next appointment. Call us at 480 560-3753.
We are just as passionate about Customer Service as we are Pets. It is our personal goal to establish a great relationship with each and every client. We understand that Customer Service isn't about making a sale. It's about building a relationship with our clients that can last a lifetime.
WE WANT TO BE YOUR PET SITTER!
Every pet parent will need a pet sitter at some point in their pet's life. We make it simple. We offer Lifetime Registration to our clients.
Once you are registered with us, as long as you remain in our service area, you will ALWAYS be an Absolute Pet Care client. No matter how many years later, or how many pets you add to your home.
Never again will you have to consider who you want to trust with your pets and home. Call 480-560-3753 to set up a registration appointment today.
Tips and Facts:
All kittens are born with blue eyes.
A bird's heart beats 400 times per minute while resting and up to 1000 beats per minute while flying.
A dog’s nose has about 4 times as many scent cells as a cat’s and 14 times more than a human’s.
63% of pet owners say “I love you” to their pet daily.
You should talk to your cat often. Cats love to hear the sound of their own name and your voice.
When a rabbit is happy, she will click her teeth.
A frightened cat can run at speeds of up to 31 mph, slightly faster than a human sprinter.
Dogs see in color, but not the same way that we do. They can see bluish and greenish shades but not reddish ones. To a dog, a bright orange ball on a grassy lawn appears as a light greenish ball in greenish grass.
83% of pet owners refer to themselves as their pets “Mom” or “Dad.”
Cat families usually play best in even numbers. Cats and kittens should be acquired in pairs whenever possible.
Fish have been on the earth for more than 450 million years.
Studies have shown that people who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks.
Rabbits can see behind them without turning their heads.
37% of pet owners carry pictures of their pets.
Some cases of hiccups in Dogs can last for days or even weeks.
Cats need between 16 and 20 hours of sleep per day.
Dalmatian puppies are pure white when they are born and develop their spots as they mature and grow older.
Dogs breathe 10-30 breaths per minute.
More than 40% of pet owners talk to their pets on the phone or through an answering machine.
When your cats rubs up against you, she is actually marking you as "hers" with her scent.
Neutering a cat can extend its life span by two or three years.
Most pet owners (94%) say their pet makes them smile more than once a day.
A Greyhound can reach speeds up to 45 miles per hour for short periods of time.
German Shepherds have 225 million cell receptors in their noses, making them ideal for police work and search and rescue activities.
A fifteen year old cat has spent nearly ten years of its life sleeping.
Iguanas are able to hold their breath for up to 30 minutes.
There are approximately 244 bones in a cat's body, which is about 40 more than in the human body.
A female dog, her mate and her puppies can produce 12,288 dogs in 5 years.
Signs your bird may be ill:
• Discharge from the eyes/swelling around the eyes/eyes closing
• Change in clarity or color of the eyes
• Discharge or obstructed nostrils
• Soiled feathers on head or around nostrils
• Reduced appetite or not eating at all
• Fluffed up feathers
• Droopy wings
• Decreased preening and feather maintenance
• Break in the bird’s routine
• Changed or no vocalization
• Weight loss
• Equilibrium problems
• Inability to perch
• Limping or not bearing weight on one leg
• Swollen feet or joints
• Change in quality or quantity of droppings
• Open-mouthed breathing when at rest
• Tail pumping (rhythmic back and forth motion of the tail when at rest)
• Lumps or masses anywhere on the body