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Kim Waite-Dickerman Owner
We just wanted to say thanks for the extra care you gave Britney while she was recovering from her surgery. It makes us feel so much better leaving them in good hands!
Kimberly and Greg have been a true godsend this summer. And with [travel] coming up in the winter, we’ll need them more than ever. We definitely couldn’t survive without them and, of course, Pet Elf!
Betsy P., Vienna, VA
Thank you so much for caring for Sammy & Cooper during the “Blizzard of the Century”. Your dedicated commitment gave us comfort when we were unable to get home. Thank you!
Cindy G., Herndon
Thank you for your great service!!!
We wanted to let you know how much we appreciated the arrangements you made last November for your cat sitter Karen to take care of our two cats while we made our annual 3 week trip to Florida. We were so much more relaxed on our trip knowing that our special pets were getting good care. And when we returned home, we were more than pleased to find both of our cats healthy and happy.
Just a note to say “thank you” – we so appreciate your care…They were happy and had obviously had A LOT of affection while we were gone. Because you were here, we were able to relax and enjoy our time away.
I can never say thank you enough for Kimberly’s wonderful care. When I got home all three ‘buddies’ welcomed me in BUT I knew they had not missed me that much. They had been loved in my absence and that made my trip to see my parents that much easier.
Karla rocks! The walks are going well, and I am pleased with Karla’s care for Rocky and Cleo, as well as her expertise in dog training and behavior. I’m so glad we found you and Karla!
Thank you so much for being such a great company to care for my cats. I’m so happy I found you 🙂 I appreciate the peace of mind so much while we are away.
Lynn O., Reston, VA
Thanks again for your pet sitting services for Zack. Terri did a great job and Zack was very happy to spend the week in his own home instead of the kennel.