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BRIGHTON — Area pet owners now have an alternative choice to kennels for pet care during vacation and business trips. Victoria Spencer has opened Pet Pals …
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BRIGHTON — Area pet owners now have an alternative choice to kennels for pet care during vacation and business trips.
Victoria Spencer has opened Pet Pals Inc., 484 N. 21st Ave., Brighton. This unique service provided by the company means that pet owners can now leave their household pets and horses in the comfort and familiarity of home.
“I will visit a home on a daily basis to feed, water and care for your pets or horses. And, most importantly, provide lots of tender loving care and personalized attention during each visit,” said Spencer, president of the newly formed company.
Spencer has shown Afghan Hounds at dog shows for more than 25 years and grew up with a menagerie of cats, birds, gerbils and horses. She worked as a paralegal in a law firm for over 25 years and knows the difficulty of finding a good, reliable pet sitter to take care of your beloved pets while you are gone. Not only will she look after household pets in style, but also horses and all of their needs. Additionally, she will bring in newspapers, mail and even water house plants. Spencer is licensed, bonded and insured All clients making reservations for pet-sitting services during the month of September will receive a 15 percent discount off the total sitting fee.
For information or to make a reservation, call Pet Pals, Inc. at 720-207-8562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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