If you have friends,
relatives or work colleagues that live in
the following areas,
please let them know about our services:

Huddersfield Pet Sitters
North Kirklees Pet Sitters
Halifax Pet Sitters
Leeds Pet Sitters

Wakefield Pet Sitting and Dog Walking:

Wakefield Pet Sitters forms part of the GB Pet Sitters franchise, established in 2001 to provide a variety of professional and fully insured pet care services at local prices.  Operating in 39 UK locations and servicing over 10,000 satisfied customers, GB Pet Sitters are fastly becoming the trusted name for pet care in the UK.

Managed by animal enthusiast Chris Dean and ably assisted by Wendy Orford, Wakefield Pet Sitters are able to demonstrate their commitment to first rate pet care via a rapidly growing pet sitting client base.

Those people required to work long hours or away from home or travel on holiday are in need of reliable pet care services at sensible prices. Whether it is Wakefield Dog Walking, Wakefield Cat Sitting or Wakefield Small Animal Care, Wakefield Pet Sitters offer a professional pet sitting alternative to traditional boarding or using friends or family.

Services for dogs include dog walking also puppy sitting. Wakefield Pet Sitters also offer cat sitting and care for rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, reptiles, birds, fish and many other domestic pets, when clients are away. The vastly experienced team are able to offer a highly localised service, meaning no extra charges to combat increasing petrol costs.

Reasons to choose Wakefield Pet Sitters:

  • Fully insured;
  • Existing customers recommend us [Click here for Testimonials];
  • Professionalism, reliability, confidentiality, full-time and flexibility for clients
  • No extra charges for seasonality, petrol costs, multiple pets, consultations or key collections - simplistic
  • local pricing policy;
  • All domestic pets cared for. Please do not worry if you have a difficult pet;
  • Wakefield Dog Walking clients benefit from established Wakefield Dog Walking groups, helping with socialisation, training and behavioural problems.

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