Pampered Pet Sitting is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting and EXCEEDING those needs and expectations. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
Why Pampered Pet Sitting? I am the owner and actively walk dogs every day for this business along with the other awesome, animal lovers who work for me. They are all employees and not independent contractors. They have all been background screened and trained and have met all of our clients before ever walking into a clients home to care for their pets.
We are in our 10th year of business without one insurance claim due to our negligence! I am most proud of this accomplishment. We have NEVER had a claim on our bond.
We fall in love with your pets! They are cared for lovingly and safely to your specifications.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
My name is Mary Neale.
- mom (to Fiory, Victoria and Billy)
- grandmother (to Gianna)
- PTA Member (Formerly Bret Harte and Beck Middle School
Bishop Eustace Preparatory H.S. and
Cherry Hill East High School)
- Proud St. Joseph University Hawk Mom and Penn State University Mom and
Rutgers University Mom
- Compassionate pet lover
- Professional, Passionate, Pet Sitter/Dog Walker.
I have lived in Cherry Hill all of my life and attended:
- St. Peter Celestine School (now Resurrection School)
- Camden Catholic High School
We've always had pets growing up and I love them unconditionally. I've been watching pets for my neighbors and family for years. My children were growing up and in 2009 I decided to start Pampered Pet SittingService LLC as a means of having a flexible work schedule to meet the needs of my family and to foster the true love of pets that I've always had at a REASONABLE price for families in my community.
Pampered Pet Sitting Service LLC is a registered Corporation, insured and bonded.
The walkers who work for us are employees of our company and not Independent Contractors. They are each covered under a Workers Compensation policy and Bond provided by Travelers Insurance.
I am a member of Pet Sitter's International since founding my business, January 1, 2009.
Of the 8000 members of PSI (Pet Sitters International), I was one of only 2 Professional Pet Sitters from New Jersey to attend PSI's annual Quest for Excellence in Orlando, Florida in February 2009. I sat in seminars for four days and learned so much information on subjects like:
Pet Sitter Safety/Client Home Safety (taught by a retired Navy Seal)
Understanding Canine Body Language
Animal Law Issues
Getting to the Root of Pet Dental Health
Pet Sitters' Guide to Bird Care Considerations
Pheremones - From Biology to Therapy
Caring for Multiple Pets
Preventing Boredom and Anxiety in Pets
Caring for Senior Pets, What You Need to Know
Theres No Place Like Home: Cat Wellness Care
TTouch, The Touch That Teaches
I will be sharing lots of literature on the above subjects with my clients. I met many Professional Pet Sitters at Quest, gained alot of knowledge and came home ready to put all of this new information out there for my clients.
I was fortunate enough to also attend PSI's World Conference for pet sitters in September, 2016 in San Diego. A wonderful opportunity.
PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH SENIOR CARE
I have personal experience particularly in senior pet care. Our own beloved Cocoa, an 'almost' 13 year old chocolate lab, had endured two ACL surgeries during her lifetime and I, along with my husband John, gently and lovingly cared for her during her recovery from both surgeries and rehabilitation. We lost Cocoa December 8th, 2008, just ten days after her nose began bleeding from nasal tumors we were told, and after many trips to and from the vet's office, emergency room and our home where we cared for our girl, many emails to and from our most compassionate and loving vet, Dr. Russell Howe-Smith, we lost our girl. During her senior years, Cocoa was on many medications daily and required a special kind of loving, tender care that we were honored to provide her. She still loved to play ball even up to a week before her death. We miss her tons!
Two days after Cocoa passed away, our then nine year old son called a family meeting. We sat around our kitchen table and asked what was on his mind. Not knowing what he wanted to say, we were brought to tears when he proudly announced that we should get a puppy, that we have a big back yard and lots of love to give and that we are all sad over Cocoa and missed her so much, he wanted all of us to be happy again too. Well, we cried, and I'm crying now just thinking about that moment and how John and I and our children felt that day, but for ourselves and for our children we agreed with Billy and began our research for the right puppy for our family. Through grief and tears, my husband said we'd have to get another female lab, like Cocoa, but not a chocolate. Cocoa was our chocolate lab and we would get either a black lab or a yellow lab, and let our children choose.
PERSONAL EXPERIENCE IN PUPPY CARE
Bella, our yellow lab is here now, living with us with all of her puppy energy, puppy love and even puppy bites. I'm loving our new baby and she's growing and living with leaps and bounds. I'm in the process of going through puppy training with her and sharing what I learn with my many new puppy clients.
Our son was right, Bella has brought an enormous amount of joy to our home and family. We miss our girl Cocoa so much, she was such a good girl.