Lake Tails Pet Sitting Services – “Pawsitively the Best”
Lake Tails Pet Sitting Services, LLC, in Cornelius, NC, is a family-owned, local pet sitting and dog walking business that supports its community and the welfare of the community’s pets by providing high-quality, compassionate, and professional pet sitting & dog walking services in the Cornelius, Huntersville, and Davidson, NC areas. Lake Tails believes that four-legged family members should feel comfortable and stress-free while their owners are away. Lake Tails Pet Sitting Services offers local animals the reliable care, security and welfare they deserve while providing peace of mind to their owners.
Lake Tails provides reliable one-on-one care and personalized attention, gaining your pet’s trust and becoming an active participant in their life. We want you to rest assured that your pet is well cared for while you are away whether it’s for an hour, a day or even weeks. When you can’t be there, we will be the familiar, loving faces that you can trust to take care of your pet.
Lake Tails believes in a community where neighbors and their pets are happy, social and relaxed. We strive to provide a convenient and professional pet sitting and flexible dog walking service that offers peace of mind to pet owners and a happy, healthy world for the animal.
The professional pet sitting and flexible dog walking service provided by Lake Tails Pet Sitting Services helps local residents in the Cornelius, Huntersville and Davidson, NC areas lead stress-free lives when it comes to their pet care.
The pet sitting & dog walking service provided by Lake Tails promises to be caring & friendly, to provide trusted customer service, to demonstrate clear communication and to always be flexible to your needs.
Allie (our rescue pup) Update
Allie is ready for the Summer and beach season. She so enjoys long walks on the beach, but still isn’t a fan of the water. She loves boating, but again, won’t go in the water, so we keep her safe & cool on board at all times. She turned two on April 1st, so we had her DNA tested, but are not too confident in the results. It said she was part Siberian Husky, part Lhasa Apso, part Poodle and part Shih Tsu. I don’t think she resembles any of these breeds and would bet she has Terrier in her. What do you think?
UPDATE: We have requested a new DNA test be done to see if the results vary so will let you know how they turn out. Also, since Allie was just at the vet, we had her weighed again. She is now a whopping 55.5 lbs! Our girl is doing great!
We would love to hear from you about your lovable family members.
Contact us at email@example.com and share your stories!
John & Kellie