Pet Sitting & Drop Ins in Miramar, San Diego
Book a pet sitter to stop by your home a few times a day to feed and play with your dog.
“Jadyn did a great job taking care of our super social cat. She did everything we asked and our cat was happy when we got home. Definitely will book with her again.”
“Min is the PERFECT cat sitter! I love receiving the notes and stories that she creates for us about our babies; she gets their personalities and silly ways! I will continue to book her every time I can!”
“Sara is such a great pet sitter. She gives lots of updates with pictures and makes you feel comfortable leaving your pet in her care. Thanks for taking care of Max the cat while I was away!”
“Vera was amazing with our zoo! She was very patient, calm and caring. She was able to coax our shy, previously abused rescue dog into relaxing and going on walks. He will usually not let a stranger touch him! She sent many pictures and updates at each visit so we were able to relax on our vacation knowing our pets were in caring, competent hands. I would recommend her services to anyone without hesitation!”
“Tanya gave the BEST updates. I couldn’t stop smiling! Our kitty Cheeto has bad separation anxiety and he seems so so happy with Tanya. I definitely recommend and will be using again and again :)”
Emily & Nate L.
“Emily went above and beyond with caring for my 2 cats over the weekend. Would highly recommend!”
“Merlyn was amazing, she attended to our kitty and went up and beyond to keep him entertained and happy. She is very empathetic and loving and our kitty immediately felt close to her. I am so grateful for her service and will want to work with her again soon! Thank you, Merlyn!”
“Karen is absolutely fantastic! Very thorough, attentive and overall a delightful pet sitter! ? She encouraged my dog to get out of the house despite his inclinations to stay inside. Karen also takes great photos and provides excellent care while you're away.”
“Zoarel was very supportive and accommodating to our dogs! We appreciated the easy communication and great experience with our somewhat difficult pups. Looking forward to having Zoarel come back again!”
“I did dog boarding with Diane for my English bulldog and he loved it! He has various health issues and Diane was a very trust worthy person to care for his needs while I was away. I will board with her again in the near future. He came back to me very happy. No complaints about her services!”
“Rachel has cared for my pups for several years, and I can not recommend her enough!! She is on point with anticipating their needs, knows how to handle them well, and showers them with affection. They get so excited when they see her! I've never seen someone who cares for animals the way she does, she is truly one of a kind and we trust her wholeheartedly. We are so thankful for Rachel!!!”
“Can’t recommend Luis enough! I have major anxiety leaving my dog and I’m finally at ease knowing Luis cares for him just as i would! Thanks again! Kobe and i appreciate you so much!”
“Gisela took excellent care of my dog while I was away from the state. She constantly sent me pictures and my dog was very happy!”
“Ariana was the perfect dogsitter! She treated my Einstein with so much care and respect. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience than the one she provided for my sweet boy. She carefully followed all the instructions we left for her and went above and beyond!”
“Could not think of a better hooman to leave my babies with. Agatha will care for your dogs as if they're her own! Seeing how she is with her own fur baby, Milo, being so playful, so loving, so caring, it's that kind of energy that you just can't fake. And that comes from being an animal person. That's my kind of energy. She's my peoples. And you know what, if you give her a chance you'll find that she's most probably yours, too. *wink*”
“Gabby genuinely loves all animals and cares for their well-being. She demonstrates good character; responsible, energetic and loving. Gabby will ensure your loved one is safe.”
About: I started work with dogs when I was 17, dog sitting for neighbors and family friends. I then started working for a pet hotel about a year after, caring for many amazing dogs and cats! From the ones who were shy to the ones with so much energy they don’t know what to do with it! I currently have a pretty open schedule, leaving me with tons of time during the week, as well as Saturdays. If you need a time that is not specified on my availability, please contact me and I will do my next to accommodate! :) I will be happy to provide your pets with any treats and toys that you approve of. After discussing what activities your pet enjoys most, I will implement that into how we spend our time together. Walks, lounging around, playing with toys, etc.
“I have known Érica for 30 years and for as long as I’ve known her she has always been a great mom to her dogs. Erica”s genuine love for her dogs and all dogs she meets shows. Erica is caring, gentle and patient. Dogs are naturally attracted to her loving demeanor. Erica has been an amazing sitter to her dogs and those she has temporarily taken care of in past and presently. I know Érica has volunteered at the the animal shelter. The joy it brings her is amazing. Your organization would be lucky to have her. Dennise”
“I highly recommend James as an exceptional pet sitter. His genuine love for animals, responsible care, and attention to detail make him a reliable choice. Our dog was not just well taken care of but also seemed genuinely happy in their company. You can trust James to provide excellent and compassionate care for your furry friends.”
About: I’ve taken care of dogs ever since I was probably 5-6 years old. That’s when it really started I guess. I would take my dogs outside to use the bathroom, feed them when they needed to be fed, brush them if they needed it, clip their nails, give them baths, etc. I’ve taken care of dogs of all sizes. My grandma used to own a rottweiler that I would help her take care of when I visited. I would feed him, let him out, bathe him, and give him all the cuddles in the world. RIP Kenzo :(. Then there was my aunt. She had this huge husky/retriever mix that J would also help her take care of. I’d take him outside and we’d play and play until he was so tired I’d take him inside to cool off and relax. RIP Dakota. Then there was Toby. He was my grandma’s old poodle. Silly lil guy. I’d do the same thing. I would help feed him, cook him special food he could eat with his teeth or gums and let him out. RIP Toby :(. I can’t remember my neighbour's dogs name but they went on vacation for a week and asked me to watch him. I would let him out every so often, fed him three times a day, and just went over to give him love every so often. On to my baby’s, Cleo, Lola Biscuit, and Mercedes. Cleo is my 6 year old pitbull. I’ve had her since she was a puppy and the first thing we did was take her to a “training academy” ( can’t remember what it was called ) where I learned how to properly leash train a dog on walks so they won’t pull or tug. She also contracted parvo but I nursed her back to health by blending her food and feeding it to her with a turkey baster. Lola Biscuit is a golden retriever and I’ve had her since she was also a puppy. I got her right before I shipped off to boot camp for the Marine Corps. Before I left, I was able to crate train and potty train her. And while I was in boot camp, I gave my mom some advice on how to take care of a puppy because she didn’t really know how because my dad and I always took care of that. Mercedes is my senior cat. We’ve had her for god knows how long but because of how long we’ve had her, I have some decent experience with cats. I’ve also helped take care of my grandma’s cat, Selah though. I know how to change litter and the proper food portion a cat should have. A little about me is that I graduated high school in 2022 with both a HS diploma AND an Associates Degree. I worked my butt off to graduate with that and it’s helped me so much. Straight out of high school, I joined the Marine Corps and that’s how I ended up in San Diego, across the country from my baby’s ( my dogs and cat ). I’m currently working full time in the Marine Corps so I can’t always do weekdays or mornings but weekends are usually the best time to catch me as I usually don’t have work those days. I live in the barracks which is like an apartment that isn’t allowed to have animals but at any clients home, I can assure you, fenced or not, your dog/cat is in safe hands